How to Remove Cat Urine Stains and Odors from Carpet

Why are cat urine stains on carpeting so difficult to remove?

Cats are such a lovely addition to a home. It’s so refreshing to come home to see your darling kitty come running to the door to greet you. However, there are times when your kitty is a little less than adorable. The cat urinating on the carpet is one example of when having a cat can be a trying experience. Cat urine is incredibly pungent and can leave a deep animal smell for months if left untreated. If you’ve ever smelled cat urine, you’ll know immediately what I’m talking about. If you’ve got a cat urine carpet stain on your hands, act quickly to save your carpet and your peace of mind.

Cat urine stains are truly combination stains as they contain protein, acids, and other materials. Combination stains are difficult to treat, and some blogs may suggest that you use  DIY methods to clean cat urine stains from your carpet, such as pouring sugar or peroxide onto the stain. However, these DIY methods can often cause more harm to your carpet, and more of a mess for you to clean up. Therefore, only trust professional carpet cleaners and products with cat urine stains.

Cat urine stains are able to penetrate deep into your carpeting. Afterall, cat urine is one way that cats mark their territory. These scents can be smelled by other cats for miles. If you have a cat urine carpet stain on your hand, you’ll need professional products to fully clean the carpet. Try Bio Oxy Stain Remover for a professional carpet clean every time. Bio Oxy Stain Remover is specially formulated to combat even the toughest of stains.

Tips for preventing cat urine stains in carpet

There are a few methods to break your cat from peeing on the carpet. If you can catch your kitty in the act, try using a squirt bottle to spray your cat. Negative reinforcement such as shouting “No” can also be effective. Soon, the cat will begin to associate a negative stimulus with peeing on the carpet.

You can also try to figure out where the cat is peeing, and get a pet pad for that area. Perhaps there’s something special about the corner of your living room that makes your cat have to go.

How to remove cat  stains from carpet

It’s easy to remove your carpet stain with Bio Oxy Stain Remover. Here are all the materials you’ll need to get started:

  1. A damp towel
  2. Bio Oxy Stain Remover
  3. Some dry towels
  4. A vacuum cleaner (optional)
  5. A heavy weight

How to remove cat  stains with Bio Oxy Stain Remover

  1. Use a paper towel to soak up any remaining cat urine
  2. Spray the carpet liberally with Bio Oxy Stain Remover.
  3. Allow Bio Oxy Stain Remover to sit on the carpeting for up to 30 minutes.
  4. Use an old toothbrush to gently scrub the carpet fibers to ensure that the entire stain is removed.
  5. Now, use a wet sponge to flush the area with water.
  6. Dry the area with a towel after each flushing with clean water.
  7. Spray the area again with Bio Oxy Stain Remover and again flush the area with water.
  8. After flushing the area, the carpet will be quite wet. Put a nice dry towel on top of the carpet and place a heavy weight on top.
  9. Remove the weight after a few hours and replace the towel with a new dry towel.
  10. After the carpet has dried, use a vacuum cleaner extension again to refresh the texture of your newly cleaned carpet.