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Vodka is great for pet urine and other stubborn smells. Do spot cleaning of the stain and spray a bit of vodka on top. Allow it to act for 10 to 15 minutes and use paper towels to absorb excess moisture. You can sprinkle a bit of baking soda on top to absorb all of the remaining moisture. Vacuum clean the carpet and you are done.
Are there any home remedies that will eliminate pet urine and spray odor? Unfortunately, there is no quick and easy home remedy for pet urine odors and stains.
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Some DIY remedies for dog urine odor removal that I have read, advocate using hydrogen peroxide at this point but I have never found this necessary.

If you act quickly, the vinegar followed by baking soda should be sufficient. So if you want to leave out this step, go onto step 4 (below).

However, if you do want to use the hydrogen peroxide, make sure you only ever use 3% solution and that you always check for color-fastness on an inconspicuous area first as it could bleach the fibers of the carpet, leaving a permanent light patch as a reminder of the accident!

Mix around half a cup of the hydrogen peroxide with about a teaspoon of ordinary washing up liquid that you use for hand washing dishes in the sink - do NOT use dish washing machine detergent!

You will probably find it easier to put your hydrogen peroxide/washing up liquid mixture into a spray bottle for the next step to avoid over-wetting.

Spray onto the baking soda and work this into the carpet with an old, soft toothbrush.

Leave to dry completely. The best way to use this for getting rid of pet urine on concrete is to spray it on thick across the cement surface, more or less soaking the top
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My go-to. There's no store bought spray I've ever used that adds up to Remove Cat Urine and Dog Urine from carpet quite like this one. Mix 1 part water, and 3 parts vinegar. Spray. Let it soak for 30 minutes. Mix 1 cup of hydrogen peroxide, 2 teaspoons of baking soda, and a squirt of dish-washing liquid. Shake it well. Spray, and let it soak/dry. Adjustments can be made for the measurements, to your liking.Found in specialty pet stores, enzymatic urine cleaners contain enzymes to break down the components of dog urine and beneficial bacteria that absorb these components. These cleaners completely eliminate the urine and its odor. You can use these cleaners safely around your dog and on a variety of surfaces. Before using these cleaners, blot up the urine and rinse the area with water or club soda. Spray the cleaner on upholstery or carpet to completely saturate the area and allow it to dry naturally. Stubborn stains and odors may require a second treatment. These cleaners require no rinsing.Use an enzymatic cleaner made specifically for the removal of pet urine. Your pet store will likely have a variety of cleaners available. Special enzymes in the cleaners remove odors that humans cannot smell, yet are still detectable to the cat. If you cat continues to smell where he has already sprayed, he will likely spray the area again. Adhere to the directions that are on the product's bottle for the best results.Use a damp cloth before treating. The sooner the better as the stain can cause discoloration if left due to the acidic nature of pet urine. Remember to keep children and pets from contact with the sprayed area until dry.You can make an all-purpose cleaner from combining equal parts vinegar and water together. This solution will neutralize the odor of dog urine on solid and fabric surfaces in your home. In addition, vinegar will kill any odor-causing bacteria that has formed in the damp dog urine. Blot and rinse away the dog urine and follow up by spraying the vinegar solution onto the surface of the area of carpet, upholstery, tile or wood. Allow the solution to dry naturally and the smell of the vinegar will dissipate overnight. The vinegar smell will also discourage your dog from urinating on the area again and leaves no residue to rinse away.One of the best ways to completely remove the urine from carpets and fabrics is to use a spray pet stain cleaner that contains natural bacteria and enzymes. These components help break down and remove the uric acid crystals contained in the urine stains, removing the odors they cause. Enzymatic cleansers are nontoxic to your kitties. You must saturate the cat urine stains with these types of cleaners so that they have the chance to break down the urine and the stains. Once they dry, the stains and the odors should be gone. No rinsing is necessary with enzymatic cleaners, making them an ideal choice for carpets and upholstery.