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Homemade "recipes" for the removal of urine odor abound on the internet. You can spend hours looking at them all. "How to" sites and forums suggest water and vinegar, baking soda, oxy cleaners, mouthwash, toothpaste, raw potato, window cleaner, club soda, rubbing alcohol, quaternary disinfectants, citrus scents, bleach, hydrogen peroxide/baking soda/dish soap recipes. The list goes on and on.

Here are just a few -

  • Powders>  80% of the urine is in the pad and sub floor, totally out of reach of absorbent powder.

  • Odorcides, disinfectants>  Kills the bacteria; leaves the urine. Food source remains: New bacteria will arrive, and the odor returns.

  • Vinegar NEVER start with vinegar. Vinegar sets stains (like you set the dyes in Easter eggs.) Totally ineffective for odor.

  • Oxy products>  Zero benefit for odors; may bleach out the carpet.

  • Ammonia solution>  Done properly, fine for urine stain; not odor. Followed by vinegar solution to neutralize.

  • Citrus scents>  Obviously simple short term relief.

  • Shampoo/Wet Vac>  Urine is under the carpet. Wetting the carpet and pad spreads it out; odor worsens.

  • Hydrogen peroxide/baking soda/dish soap "recipes" > Well known home remedy commonly used for skunk odors. One quart hydrogen peroxide/1/4 cup baking soda/one squirt dish soap.

Here's what happens -

Oxidizers like hydrogen peroxide will kill the existing bacteria. With no bacterial activity for a while there is no odor. You think everything is fine, but as soon as the H202 wears off (it has a short half life) the odor returns because the urine remains and new bacteria start feeding again. The idea is to eliminate the urine, not kill the bacteria. Once the urine is gone there can be no further bacterial activity and the odor is gone permanently.

Also, would you really feel comfortable taking advice from a non-professional, and pour an oxidizer on your expensive carpet or furniture? At least some of these sites caution you to test for color fastness in an inconspicuous area for 24 hours. You might wonder why.

The simple fact of the matter is these home recipes are ineffectual, and can also make matters worse. You need a true professional type kit to get safe, permanent results. The most trusted and respected odor removal kit is pictured below. It is the 123 Odor Free Kit, and very reasonably priced. Follow the link below  then you can see (step by step) why the 123 Odor Free Kit always works!

". . . fully addresses all aspects of odor and stain. This is the one for the house with serious odor problems."
Test results - Catnip Magazine
(Published by Tuft's University School of Veterinary Medicine)

Compare "recipes" to the 123 Kit

We have over fifty thousand Internet customers. Many had tried homemade recipes for pet urine odor removal. None had permanent results. Homemade urine odor formulas are temporary at best. Formulation of homemade recipes for urine odor removal are prevalent on Internet forums. Everyone has a different explanation of a urine odor recipe to remove dog urine odor, cat urine odor, and human urine odor. If you really want to know how to remove pet urine odors in carpet, upholstery, mattress, hardwood floor, tile, linoleum, cement, concrete, particle board, plywood, walls, or any hard surface, review our site. There is a wealth of information comparing home remedies to remove urine odors, to owning your own professional type kit. (Also, be sure to visit our Home Page to see all the outstanding reviews regarding the 123 Kit.)

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