Shop TODAY has affiliate relationships so we may get a small share of the revenue if you buy something through our links. Whether it was a little one who peed the bed or a pet who couldn't make it until the walk, TODAY Home asked a team of cleaning experts to share how professionals would take care of this problem. Debra Johnson , a cleaning expert for Merry Maids, recommends running urine-soaked articles through a full-wash cycle using cold water and one cup of distilled white vinegar without detergent at this point. Vinegar breaks down the uric acid in urine and makes the stain easier to remove. When the cycle is complete, run the load again this time adding detergent and wash at the hottest water temperature recommended for the fabric.
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Cats are cute — until you spot them "relieving themselves" on your favorite rug, bedpost, or somewhere other than their litter box. While you might just think that your cat is acting up it's possible , there may be a reason for this strange — and smelly — behavior. According to PetMD , dirty litter boxes , the type of litter used, mounting stress, or various medical issues, including urinary tract infections and diabetes, may be to blame. Regardless, accidents happen but you shouldn't accept living with the stench.
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Many of us are blessed to have animals to brighten our lives! But what happens when an accident occurs? You know what I mean, your puppy is potty training and pees on the carpet or your cat is getting old and misses the kitty litter. How do you get rid of dog and cat urine odors the all natural way? Stick around … I am about to tell you how!