How to Get Dog Urine Smell Out of Carpet

Even when accidents occur, we still love our canine companions.   However, when our faithful friends pass an unfortunate urine deposit on our carpet, our dedication often falls short of removing the stench.


 

With a range of cleaning options, it can be challenging to find the proper household solution for neutralizing this unwelcome aroma. In this guide, there will be a variety of effective remedies for ridding yourself of  doggy urine-based odor.

 
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Suggested Steps

The following steps are key for removing urine from the carpet and neutralizing all of the residual odors.

 

1 Step 1: Blot Dry

Begin by pressing down of the urine spot with a dry cloth.  This will work to absorb much of the urine from the carpeting and the underlying padding.  To soak up the deep down moisture place body weight behind the press to ensure more urine is brought to the surface.

 

2 Step 2: Water Down

Once the majority of the urine is drawn out of the carpeting, pour water on top of the location and proceed to press dry the location.  After doing to two to three times, it will have the effect of further diluting the urine percentage within the carpeting.

 
 

3 Step 3: Enzyme Deodorizer

The  power of activated enzymes works to eat through the remaining organic odors left from the urine.  Pour enzyme carpet cleaning solution on the spot of the carpeting and allow for it to set within the carpeting for a minimum of 24-48 hours.  After one to two days, return and blot dry the moisture from the carpet allowing the remaining moisture to air dry. Enzyme cleaning solution can be purchased at pet stores and most super markets.

 
 

Alternatives to Enzyme Solution

When enzyme solution is not available, there are other formulas that can have a similar effect in drawing out lingering urine odors.  Both baking soda and vinegar are effective ingredients at neutralizing odors within carpeting to return them to normal.  Follow step one and two above, and then use one of the below solutions.

 

A White Vinegar

Mix a formula of one part white vinegar and two parts water and pour within the affected portion of the carpeting.  Allow the vinegar to set into this spot for 4-8 hours before returning to blot dry the location.  The windows within the room can be opened to epedite the drying process of the remaining moisture.

 

B Baking Soda

Develop a mixture of one part baking soda with six parts water and pour on the location of the accident.  Allow for the baking soda formula to set in and absorb the odor for a minimum of 24 hours before returning to blot dry the majority of the moisture from the carpeting.


2 Comments

  1. Cynthia Mittelsteadt

    You can get rid of pet odors in carpets and all throughout the home, office and all the smelly places in your environment by using the Kitchen Cafeteria All Purpose Organic Cleaner from Effective Environmental Services (EES) It product can be diluted for any household cleaning task depending on the application.

  2. Della Woolf

    Dog urine is the most challenging stuff to remove from carpet.
    Today you’ll get dozens of commercial cleaning agents. But never use ammonia
    based product. Read the label before use. Clean the area once with a shampoo.
     

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