There are numerous Cat(s) HealthCare reasons why a kitten or cat leaves a deposit of a hairball, vomit, feces, diarrhea or urine where we do not want it. This usually indicates a need for a visit to the veterinarian. However, the stains and odors left behind can be obnoxious. The first step to rectifying the stain or odor is immediate attention before it dries increasing the removal difficulty or costing funds to hire a professional cleaner.
First always clear away any solid or semi-solid matter.
There are numerous excellent cat urine on the carpet products on the market to clean up and remove the stain and odor.
Excellent home products include detergents, club soda, ammonia and vinegar.
For the cat’s Cat Booties, Cat Couture and Cat Costumes or Cheap Cat Beds and Cat Throws or carpeted Cat Scratcher Furniture, Cat Scratching Furniture and Large Cat(s) Furniture or human clothes, upholstery on furniture, drapes etc. wash in the washing machine adding a cup of vinegar instead of detergent. This usually works but you may be obliged to take the soiled unit to the dry cleaners.
Spot removers or a good shampoo usually works on carpets. Club soda left for several minutes helps lift the stains. You may need to clean with an enzyme product for difficult dried stains. Again for stubborn stains a profession carpet cleaning service may be required.
A solution of ammonia or vinegar will often work on hardwood floors but a commercial cleaning product may be needed. Dried stains on your hardwood floors may require more effort including stripping and re-staining. Hence cleaning up quickly is essential.
A solution of ammonia or vinegar will often work on concrete too but again a commercial cleaning product may be needed. Dried stain or unsealed concrete present a bigger problem and the concrete may need a commercial cleaning service and re-sealing.
These processes will usually clear the air of odors too. If not a commercial sanitizer may be required.