How to Get rid pee smell?

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  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on May 06, 2018
    from where

  • Tammy Akers Allemand Tammy Akers Allemand on May 06, 2018
    whete Is it located? I mean on a mattress, floor, carpet?

  • Tammy Akers Allemand Tammy Akers Allemand on May 06, 2018
    There are several different options that require ingredients you probably already have in your home. Remember to do a test patch with any solution before applying it to the whole stained area - you don't want your furniture to get discolored in any way, which is always a potential risk when applying any solution to it.
    1. Use baking soda and peroxide solution. Mix together 16 ounces of hydrogen peroxide, 1 teaspoon of dishwashing liquid and 1 tablespoon of baking soda. Apply onto urine stain until soaked. Leave on until completely dry. If a white residue appears, vacuum or brush off.
    2. Make a 50-50 water and vinegar solution. Combine equal parts warm water and distilled white vinegar. Soak a clean cloth or rag with the solution, and then rub the stain in a circular motion. You should do this at least twice. Then, allow the spot to dry. You can use a hair dryer or fan to help it dry a little quicker. If the odor is still there, you could risk spraying the spot with straight vinegar. At this point, the persistence of the smell suggests that the urine has worked its way into the fabric's fibers, so spray enough vinegar to do the same.
    3. Try rubbing alcohol. Dampen the stain and then blot with a dry rag

  • Fiddledd224 Fiddledd224 on May 06, 2018
    Try covering with kitty litter (it has granules to absorb the smell) for a few hours or overnight. Then vacuum. Repeat if necessary.

  • Val29046913 Val29046913 on May 06, 2018
    Bicarbonate if soda