How to clean cat pee out of carpet with vinegar

For example, Dawn, Palmolive, Fairy etc. Stronger strengths may bleach a carpet. The baking soda absorbs the odor and urine. That’s all there is to it. Bleaching may occur on some carpets with a stronger solution. The label will state the strength.

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Thank you so much for sharing! Cat urine is perhaps not your perfume of choice. It certainly is, however, pungent and lingering. Anybody can have an accident. 3 image by Dragan Saponjic from Fotolia. If your cat has somehow managed to get pee on your clothes, you may or may not get the smell out, depending on the fabric. Dump the clothes into a bucket immediately and cover with cold water. Add a few cups of white vinegar. The first step is to dilute and rinse out as much of the urine as possible. Let the buckets sit for a few hours and tip the water into the toilet. Put the clothes on a quick wash with plenty of detergent. Sniff them once they are done. If the urine smell remains, go onto step 4, otherwise hang to dry. Alternatively, soak the clothes in buckets again but for longer, perhaps overnight, and with a stronger vinegar solution. However, if the smell has not gone after two or three washes, you probably won’t be able to get rid of it.