How do you get dog urine smell out of artificial grass?

by Janet

  7 answers
    • Lynn Sorrell Lynn Sorrell on Apr 09, 2019

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  • Sharon Sharon on Apr 08, 2019

    I would use a pet enzyme cleaner like Nature's Miracle.

  • Rebecca Taylor Rebecca Taylor on Apr 08, 2019

    Hi Janet, I would sprinkle it with baking soda, lightly spray the baking soda with water and let it sit to soak up the urine smell then either vacuum with a shop vac or wash it away with water.

  • William William on Apr 08, 2019

    Yep, an enzyme cleaner from the pet store. Natures Miracle is one of the best.

  • Lynn Sorrell Lynn Sorrell on Apr 09, 2019

    pour straight vinegar on area and let it sit the longer the better then rinse well.One of the reasons folks choose synthetic turf is to avoid the chemical herbicides and pesticides often used on natural grass lawns; therefore, when it comes to urine smell removal, we recommend using natural products as well, some of which are highly effective. However, when shopping for any pet odor removal product, one of the most important considerations is finding an option that actually removes the source of the smell ā€“ rather than simply masking the odor.

    One product that is both natural and effective is Urea ā€œZā€, which is a pet odor remover for artificial grass and other landscaping surfaces. This product introduces microbes to the area. Once in place, these microbes ingest the urea that causes the unpleasant ammonia smell in pet areas, thus, removing the source of the odor.

  • Kudzu Kudzu on Apr 09, 2019

    Pour hydrogen peroxide on it. Let it soak in and dry. Works on rugs too.

  • Pmono7690 Pmono7690 on Apr 09, 2019

    A friend mixed 1 cup of oxyclean to one gallon of water per the oxyclean people and used it on her den rug with cat urine in it. Pout if on to saturate well and let dry. Took all the smell away.