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    Default Cat urine/smell

    Can I please have tips on how to eliminate the smell. I don't know where it is and I can smell it through our house!! I'm going to scrub mop walls today

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    White vinegar left in a bowl is supposed to eliminate odours. Leave it in a bowl/ bucket for 24 hours I think- might need to google exact instructions, then remove. The room will smell of vinegar for just a little while but then it will clear and all smells will be gone.

    It's worked for me for cigarette smoke.

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    Thank u i cut up lemons and onions lol I think that's an old wives tale but I will try anything 😝

    And out vinegar out too! I've also starting wiping walls down leaving it then wiping with fresh water! Fx it works!

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    Following as my laundry smells from my inside cat. I reckon she peed near the washing machine and no amount of mopping will get rid of the smell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Myztiks#1Fan View Post
    Following as my laundry smells from my inside cat. I reckon she peed near the washing machine and no amount of mopping will get rid of the smell.
    My cat has done this, I'm positive! Some days she 'misses' the litter tray but I think she has done it just to annoy me! I got a small bottle of odour kill thing (I can't remember the name) but I'll go and check shortly. I mop our laundry every few days with a few drops of it on the floor and a few drops in the bucket and it makes a massive difference. I think the smell of pee has got into the grout so it's taking a couple of weeks to really get it out but it seems to be working. It smells strange I can't work out the exact smell but it does smell better then pee!

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    spray with straight bleach, scrub the area with very hot water and a scourer (as hot as you can stand it) then spray the area again with a glenn 20 type product (I use the woolworths brand one)

    It will get the smell out if youre concerned she may do it again you need to buy **** off or similar though,

    I feel your pain, we have a whole tom who pees all around my car port and front step, revolting smell

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    This is the stuff I use. It works really well.

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    Soak up the area if it's still wet, spray vinegar on the area, let it dry, then sprinkle the area with bi carb and leave it over night, vacuums it the next day & no more smell

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    What about on carpet?? I think one of my cats peed on the carpet a while ago and now it's starting to smell??

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    It's from my tenants! We have just moved back in and I didn't notice the smell as they had those stupid automated air freshness constantly! It's not on the carpet thankfully. I bought 20 litres of vinegar today LOL! From Costco so i will scrub tomorrow again!! With straight vinegar


 

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