Homeowners can remove cat urine by using an enzyme-based odor removal product that breaks down bacteria. Bramton Simple Solution is an effective product that eats through the bacteria that causes foul smells in cat urine... More »

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Effective home remedies for cat urine stains and odor removal include a mixture of water and vinegar, lots of baking soda and hydrogen peroxide mixed with dish detergent. Soaking up any excess urine with paper towel can ... More »

To eliminate the smell of cat urine on carpet, act quickly to remove the liquid. Use a cloth or paper towel to blot until you have soaked it all up, then use a liquid on the spot, and blot again. Finally, use an odor neu... More »

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According to the All Feline Hospital, a cat can easily hold its urine for up to 48 hours. However, most cats urinate three to five times daily, according to VetInfo. More »

Remove cat urine by soaking it up with a paper towel and then using a specially formulated cleaner to remove excess urine and odors. Use a wet/dry vacuum for larger puddles, and follow up with baking or washing soda. More »

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Neutralize cat urine odor with enzymatic cleaners or homemade preparations. Cats don't drink as much water as other animals, making their urine odor pungent. Unneutered male cat urine is particularly strong because it co... More »

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Dust-free cat litter is an absorbent material used to absorb and bury cat urine and feces in such a way that the litter does not generate small particulate matter. Clay-based cat litters, made up of numerous fine particl... More »

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