How To Control And Solve Pet Urine Odor ProblemsPosted December 21 2012
Pet urine smell is not pleasant!
Getting rid of the smell left behind by pet urine, is a major problem with the devotees of our feline friends and dog companions. Even after our pets leave us, or are relocated to a different family, the predominantly heavy malodor of urine just lingers on, especially if your flooring is carpeting, or if you have ways for the urine to percolate under your baseboards and reach your sub flooring. Eliminating the smell of pet urine from your home will create a challenge that will baffle many people. Nevertheless, most of us would rather not live with the stench, so the challenge will have to be overcome.
Now assuming that all else failed - your pets are not trainable, they are small with limited bladder space and your work necessitates that they be left alone at home for for a while you will be required to deal with the problem at the tail end. You will have to deal with continuously getting rid of the smell and controlling the odor. There several great products out there in the market to help you with the process, however you must know and understand that most will simply cover up the odor and not treat the problem area. Rinsing the carpeting or upholstery can in fact aggravate the scenario, as water or disinfectants will in reality moisten dried uric acid, making the smell more obvious. As a result, organic cleaners are your best bet and are the best to handle the smells of pet urine. Enzyme based organic cleaners will go to the root of the problem, and effectively consume the uric acid and thereby eradicate the odor problem at the source.
Therefore, if you want to avoid pet urine smells in your house, either do not own pets; if you have to, train them well and if all else fails, use organic, enzyme-based methods to do away with your odor problems.