Everything You Wanted to Know About Cat Urine
Cats are one of the best pets a person can own. They’re lovable, independent and full of personality. Just about everything about cats is ‘’purrfect’’. However, one thing most cat owners could do without is the odor and stains caused by cat urine. That is why we decided to help!
Keep reading to learn more about detecting cat urine, how to remove cat urine from clothes, hardwood floors and carpet, and what to do when your cat won’t use the litter box.
How to detect cat urine?
Aside from searching through your home for vertical urine marks, using a blacklight flashlight is the easiest way to detect unseen cat urine.
If you suspect your cat is spraying around your home, but you can’t identify any soiled surfaces, your suspicions may simply be unwarranted (hopefully, right?). However, if you still smell urine around your home, especially a distance from your cat’s litter box, then purchasing a UV blacklight is the easiest way to find out if and where your cat is urinating.
Blacklight for cat urine?
Purchasing a UV blacklight is the best way to detect cat urine around your home. When purchasing a blacklight, make sure to purchase one that produces the optimal wavelength of UV light. Dog urine and cat urine are slightly different liquids. Therefore, detecting each will require a separate blacklight that produces the optimal wavelength of UV light.
In general, blacklights that produce UV light between 365 and 385 nanometers are the best for detecting cat urine. A blacklight that produces the optimal level of UV light will allow you to spot cat urine throughout your home. After you get your blacklight, turn off the lights in your house, shine the light and look for stains that are glowing yellow or green.
Our Odor Detector Blacklight will help you easily locate all cat urine stains in your house or apartment!
How to get cat pee smell out of clothes
In the past, when your cat has had the occasional accident and soiled your clothes with urine, you likely found it hard to remove the urine’s odor from the fibers of your clothing. You probably scrubbed and scrubbed to no prevail. Sound familiar? Well, here’s what to do next time!
Pretreat your soiled clothing
Start by pretreating your soiled clothing before throwing it into the washing machine. Rinse out the stained area with clean, cool water. Next, blot the stained area to dry it with paper towels. Do not scrub the area. Scrubbing urine stains can drive the odor deeper into your clothing.
Add our Smells No-More!™ Odor Eliminator to your final wash
At this point, a good portion of the urine stain and odor should be removed from your clothing. However, cat urine odors and stains can be pesky problems. The best way to eliminate cat odor once and for all is by using our Smells No-More!™ Odor Eliminator.
By adding the Smells No-More!™ Odor Eliminator to your final wash, you will be able to neutralize any urine odors and freshen clothes back to their original state. Simply add 8oz. of Smells No-More!™ Odor Eliminator to your wash during the final rinse and your clothes will be as fresh as the outdoors.
Smells No-more!™ Odor Eliminator is not just another enzyme-based product. Smells No-more!™ Odor Eliminator is the first and only non-scented, stockyard strength deodorizing spray safe enough for everyday use.
Finally, air-dry your clothing once again, and they should be ready to wear!
How to get rid of cat urine smell in my house
Getting rid of cat urine odor in your home may require a variety of steps. If your cat is not using their litter box, you may need to change the litter you use, purchase a larger litter box, or consult your veterinarian about your cat’s urinating habits. Unlike dogs, using a litter box and being housetrained should be instinctual for a cat.
Keep reading to learn how to get cat urine out of your hardwood floors and how to get cat urine out of carpets and rugs.
How to get cat urine out of hardwood floors
Removing cat urine from hardwood floors can be a tedious task, but our UrineOut™ and UrineRelease™ products make it easy. The following steps will help you make the urine removal process as simple as possible. Before starting the process to remove cat urine stains and odor from your home’s hardwood floors, you’ll need to gather the proper materials.
To remove cat urine from hardwood floors, you’ll need an applicator brush, our UrineRelease™ PRE-SPRAY, and our UrineOut™ Powder. Our convenient cleaning system packages make it easy and affordable to purchase all the urine stain and odor eliminator products you need.
1. Lightly mist the area with UrineRelease™ PRE-SPRAY
To effectively remove cat urine stains and odors from your hardwood floors, start by lightly misting the problem areas with our UrineRelease™ PRE-SPRAY. This product will loosen the cat urine that is staining your hardwood floor. While completing this step, make sure to not oversaturate the area.
2. Apply the UrineOut™ Powder to the stained area
Next, completely cover the stained hardwood floor with the UrineOut™ Powder. This product will begin dissolving the cat urine stains and odors further.
3. Firmly work the UrineOut™ Powder with the applicator brush
Use the Applicator Brush to firmly work the UrineOut™ Powder into the soiled area. Next, allow the powder to dry overnight. To prevent your cats from acting on their curiosity and disturbing the powder, cover the area with a laundry basket or similar covering.
4. Vacuum out the UrineOut™ Powder
Now all you need to do is vacuum out the UrineOut™ Powder. While it’s unlikely you will still notice significant stains or odors after using the UrineOut™ and UrineRelease™ products, if you do, simply repeat steps 1-4 until satisfied.
Using our line of premium products to remove cat urine stains and odors from hardwood floors is that easy!
How to get cat urine out of carpet and rugs
Removing cat urine out of carpet and rugs can be tough. The best method is to use our line of UrineOut™ and UrineRelease™ products. The process for using our line of premium products to remove urine stains and odors from carpets and rugs is as follows:
1. Lightly mist soiled area with UrineRelease™ PRE-SPRAY
2. Apply UrineOut™ Powder to the stained area
3. Firmly work UrineOut Powder using the Applicator Brush
4. Let UrineOut Powder sit and work overnight
5. Vacuum out UrineOut™ Powder to reveal stain and odor free carpets
Our line of odor and stain-removing products are not just another line of miracle, enzyme products. Experts have found that enzyme products simply mask odors and stains for a given period of time. When these products wear off, it’s easy to see that enzyme-based cleaning products don’t work. Before long, the urine stains and odors will return. Unlike enzyme products, our products completely remove cat urine stains and odors.
The only way to fully remove cat urine stains and odors is by using our line of premium removal products!
At Planet Urine, we pride ourselves on being a full-service resource for those who need help with their dog’s behavior issues. We offer some excellent products that can remove urine stains (and smells!) from virtually any surface. If you have any questions at all about our products or services feel free to call our 24 hour toll-free hotline at 888-286-ODOR (6367).
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