How to remove the smell of pet urine in cement?

Have tried bleach on the area, but when the humidity is up the cement becomes damp again. Run a dehumidifier, but doesn't help this area.
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  • Linnya Linnya on Jun 29, 2013
    Have you thought about sealing it

  • Mary Insana Mary Insana on Jun 29, 2013
    Bleach isn't good with pet urine. Try making a paste of baking soda mixed with a little water and let it sit a while then hose it off unless its indoors then let it dry and vacuum it up.

  • Trudy D Trudy D on Jun 29, 2013
    I will try the baking soda; other reply-sealing with what? Your suggestion please.

  • Trudy D Trudy D on Jul 04, 2013
    Thanks for the answers, but I'm still hoping for more ideas. Unable to seal (assuming you meant with Kilz or such) because it always stays damp. Tried the paste mentioned-that does not dry out either.

  • Wick Wick on Nov 25, 2014
    I found OdoBan at Home Depot that I have been using on my patio of bricks. I diluted with water and put in spray bottle. After he goes, I let him in and then spray it and it does a terrific job of disinfecting and taking out the odor. When it dries he can walk on it again. It has to be diluted (read instructions).

    • Trudy D Trudy D on Nov 25, 2014
      Thank you for your suggestion. I had forgotten about my post. Will look for it at my Home Depot

  • ShirleyB ShirleyB on May 01, 2015
    You have to neutralized the urine, a home remedy that works well is a vinegar dilute, and then once the vinegar has done it's job, you can dilute it more with plain water...

  • LeeAnn Gillespie LeeAnn Gillespie on Aug 02, 2015
    hydrogen peroxide

  • LeeAnn Gillespie LeeAnn Gillespie on Aug 02, 2015
    hydrogen peroxide