Removing Pet Urine Stains Carpet

If there is one smell that is harder to get out than any other, it’s the smell of cat urine.  Dog urine comes in at a close second!  This article will discuss the easiest, least expensive ways for removing pet urine stains from carpet AND how to stop them from peeing on the carpet to begin with!

People have been searching for information on removing pet urine stains from carpet likely since the beginning of time.  No matter how hard you try, it seems like using things products like Resolve, etc. only makes it worse.  I had a friend once whose dog kept peeing on the rugs.  She’d shampoo the carpets with Resolve, and instead of it removing the urine smell, it just ended up smelling like Resolve-and-Urine!  Worse!

gifts for petsWhat’s the Solution?

Perhaps you’ve gone out and spent money on products like Resolve only to be disappointed.  Well, here’s a fantastic recipe for making your own pet urine remover that’s super effective – and cheap!

The recipe is as follows:

Exactly 1 quart of hydrogen peroxide (3%)

1/4 cup baking soda

A teaspoon of liquid soap

Mix these ingredients together and pour it into a spray bottle.  Be careful when mixing so you don’t have bubbling-up that’s like a small explosion! 🙂

Test a small area of your carpet first to make sure it won’t affect the carpet’s color (some fabrics are lightened with peroxide).  Then you can thoroughly soak the soiled area, cleaning the area with a damp cloth, then dry the area with a hand towel.

natures miracleDon’t Want to Make Something Yourself?

Then I would suggest yet another inexpensive solution, a product called Nature’s Miracle.  It’s super fast and easy to use, and it’s extremely effective!

How Do I Find the Pee Spots?

The best way to find the urine-soaked areas is to use a black light. When you find a pee spot, you can mark the area with some painter’s tape so you’ll know where to spray.

That’s It?

Yep, that’s it! Pet urine removal is nobody’s favorite job, but with these tips, you can thoroughly clean the area and be sure any remnants of the stain (and odor!) are gone.

Preventing it From Happening Againremoving pet urine stains from carpet

Your next job is to identify why your cat is peeing outside the litter box, or why your dog is peeing in the house instead of outside.  You will find help with these issues in my articles:

How to Stop Your Cat From Peeing on the Carpet

How to Get Your Cat to Use the Litter Box

What is the Best Way to Potty Train a Puppy?

how to train a catHelp with Cats

You can get much more help to stop your cat’s inappropriate urination with this program, Ultimate Cat Secrets.  This program covers all aspects of cat training and will help you solve this, and many (many many!) other cat behavior issues. Click HERE to visit their site.

How to Remove Dog and Cat Urine From CarpetHelp with Dogs and Puppies

Professional Dog Trainer, Doggy Dan’s website, The Online Dog Trainer, has more than 250 step-by-step videos regarding every dog and puppy training issue you can think of, including housebreaking. Once you enter this site, you’ll honestly wonder how you ever managed to own a dog without Doggy Dan! It’s incredible.  You can read my review of The Online Dog Trainer website HERE, or visit the site directly by CLICKING HERE.

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4 thoughts on “Removing Pet Urine Stains Carpet”

  1. First I want to say that it is awesome that you give 10% of your commission to a charity. Second, as a flooring installer I have come across many urine soaked carpets and subfloors, and your not lying when you say cat urine is the worst. These are awesome tips on how to get urine off of carpet! Keep up the good work!

  2. Interesting!

    Good information. Of course, the best way to address carpet pee issues is to not let it happen in the first place.

    Most new pet owners don’t understand that you cannot let a puppy have free access to your home. You have limit we’re they can go, and they should closely supervised when they roaming free.

    It may seem cruel, but you pup must spend a lot of time in training crates. Properly utilized, training crates are very effective in house-breaking your pup. You shouldn’t allow your pup/dog to freely roam the house until you are completely satisfied it’s been successfully house-broken.

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