A homemade cat spray odor remover can be made out of some of the ingredients found in commercial odor neutralizers, including baking soda, vinegar and borax. When preparing a homemade cat spray odor remover, keep in mind the type of surface on which the product will be applied.
Baking soda is a very common ingredient in most home deodorizers. Baking soda can be safely used on its own by sprinkling directly onto the surface. If used on carpets or rugs, allow the baking soda to work for approximately 30 minutes and vacuum the remaining powder. Baking soda may also be used in washing machines to remove pet odors from clothes.
The acid in vinegar works great as a cat spray neutralizer. Depending on the surface, vinegar may need to be diluted into a 50/50 solution with water in order to avoid discoloring rugs or floors. Vinegar may also be used in order to neutralize urine smell and extend the life of cat litter.
A mixture of borax, vinegar and salt may also be used to clean tough urine spots on carpets. The ingredients should be mixed into a paste, applied to the stained area and allowed to work until the paste dries. Similar to the vinegar, the paste should be tested on a small spot of the carpet to ensure that it will not discolor the carpet.