Home Our Company Contact Us Sitemap

How to banish the smell of dog or cat pee for good


If your cat or dog has peed on your carpet you know how difficult it is to get rid of the lingering smell of cat or dog urine. Cleaning cat urine can be quite a challenge. Don't waste a lot of money trying different urine removers. You can make your own cat urine cleaner using ingredients you most likely have already in your home. You can deodorize and clean cat and pet urine odors and stains from your carpets and rugs using common household products.

When a cat pees on rugs, carpets or furnishings it can leave a very unpleasant distinctive cat smell that is hard to get rid of. This urine odor stimulates the cat to urinate in that area again thus perpetuating the problem. Once you remove the odor permanently the cat will no longer keep going back to the same area to re-offend.

Dog owners also have problems from dog urine smells on furnishings and carpets.

A puppy can have many accidents on the floor before they are house trained or an incontinent older dog can leave dribbles of urine on the carpet. This free homemade recipe works just as well on dog urine as it does on cat urine. It will also work to remove human urine odor.


Recipe to get rid of cat pee and dog pee smells forever: 



3% Hydrogen Peroxide
Baking Soda
Dish Soap
White Vinegar



If the cat has recently urinated on the carpet, first absorb as much of the urine as possible using paper towels or old towel.

Place a clean paper towels overt the cat urine area and tread on them so as to absorb as much of the urine as possible.

Repeat with dry towels until no more moisture can be absorbed.

If the cat urine has dried and you are not sure where the soiled area is you can use a black light to detect it. In a darkened room the black light will pick up urine and other stains.

Thinking about  Buying a For Sale By Owner (FSBO) Listed Home or any other listing? Get the answers to all your home buying questions in our comprehensive Buyers Guide Ebook