How to Remove Cat Urine Smell

Aren’t cats the most adorable animals in this world! Yes, at least for me they are. But no matter how much I love them, I cannot take the smell of their urine for long. A cat’s urine contains too many organic materials, including uric acid, urea, urochrome and many more. All these components of a cat’s urine have a defining effect. While urea makes the urine of your cat sticky, uric acid is responsible for the stench and urochrome defines the color pigment. Because of this combination, when a cat urinates on a carpet or in any cloth, it becomes difficult to clean it up.

The best way to remove this strong smell is to use kitchen products. To start with, you can use detergent for dishes, baking soda, white vinegar and three percent of hydrogen peroxide. You are advised not to use cleaning products containing ammonia, because ammonia has a very strong smell just like the smell of cat’s urine. Anything apart from the kitchen products, contains bacterial, enzymatic and chemical products.

Cats urinate to mark their territory and with this motive, they keep on urinating in the same spot whenever they need to urinate. That is why it’s better to remove the smell permanently to stop the cat from urinating on the same spot repeatedly. Identifying the spot where the cat has urinated is not that difficult as the spot where the cat urinates crystals are formed. When these crystals are dried up, they produce an unbearable odor. If you want to get rid of the smell of the cat’s urine, you need to use enzyme-based cleaning products. They will break down the urine crystals and help to remove the odor. For the best cat urine remover, you can check out the stock of Pet Supplies 4 Less.

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