Baking soda, vinegar, dish detergent, paper towels and hydrogen peroxide are needed to completely remove the odor of cat urine from carpeted flooring. The carpet should be washed with vinegar, then treated with a hydroge... 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 » Home & Garden Cleaning Smell Removal

To neutralize the smell of cat urine, use a combination of vinegar, baking soda and commercial cleaning products. Use paper towels that can be disposed of afterward. Sprinkle baking soda on all cat urine spots, whether t... More »

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 »

Remove the smell of cat urine from wood by scrubbing it using a solution of water or undiluted white vinegar and hydrogen peroxide. Spray the solution on, wipe it off and repeat until the odor is gone. Use a black light,... More »

To remove the smell of cat urine from carpet, a homemade cleaner made from dish soap and natural ingredients such as vinegar, baking soda and peroxide works to clean and neutralize the odor. There are also commercial cle... More »

Baking soda, hydrogen peroxide and bleach all do a good job of removing skunk odor but may need multiple applications and time. Fresh air also helps remove skunk smell from a house. More »