Cat Urine Enzymatic Carpet Stain Cleaner & Odor Remover in Your Riverside, CA Home

Cat owners love their cats. Many people will get cats as pets because they hear how naturally clean they are. However this may not always be the case. Sometimes there are medical or behavioral problems that lead to the cat spraying what they consider their territory inside your house. This leaves your house smelling of cat urine. Regardless of the reasons why your cat or cats began spraying in your home, you will need to attend to the stains and the smell it leaves behind. Leading Carpet Cleaning will share how you should clean cat urine stains and how you can effectively remove the smell from your carpets.

Use an Enzymatic Cleaner to Treat Cat Urine

First you will want to use a paper towel and blot up as much of the urine as possible. A white cloth will also work in this case. It’s up to you whether you want to wash the cloth or throw away the soiled paper towels. Make sure to first blot at the urine spot and then slowly add more pressure to soak up as much of the urine as you can. If you have discovered an old and dried urine spot, then use cold water and once again use a paper towel or cloth to blot the urine stain. As a side note, never use any cleaning agent with ammonia inside it. Ammonia is a trigger that will keep your cat spraying in that spot. You can either use a commercial pet cleaning solution, and in that case follow the directions on the container for proper use, or you can use you own homemade cleaning solution.

Using Vinegar to Clean Cat Urine Stains & Smells

If you prefer to use a natural cleaner, here is a great homemade cleaner made from vinegar and water. Vinegar is great for killing the bacteria that is in the urine. Mix together 1 1/2 cups of warm water with ½ cup of vinegar (white wine or apple cider both work the same). Pour the mixture directly on the soiled spot and let it soak for 5 minutes. The water/vinegar solution will work on both fresh and dried urine stains. Once again use a paper towel to absorb the vinegar from out of the carpet and then allow it to dry. After it is completely dried, use a lot of baking soda and sprinkle it on the area. Let that set for an hour. Some will even let it set overnight just to give the baking soda plenty of time to absorb the urine scent from out of their carpets.

How to Stop Cat from Peeing on Carpet

Fully removing the odor will greatly help in getting your cat to stop spraying in the home. However, your cat may be urinating due to a health issue or even a stress related issue. Some cats begin to stress over new pets or even a new baby in the home. Sometimes when you’re gone from the home, the cat feels abandoned. This could trigger spraying. However finding the trigger will be up to the homeowner. There are times scent mechanisms will release an odor to discourage your cat from marking. It all eventually will depend on your cat.

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To all the cat owners out there, Leading Carpet Cleaning wants you to know that even with these pets, you still can have clean, fresh smelling carpets. If you need help removing pet odors in your home, contact Leading Carpet Cleaning today and schedule your carpet cleaning.

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