How to Get Rid of Pet Urine Smell

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Have you ever tried to think of many ways to get rid of pet urine from your carpet or any part of the house? I’m sure there are different ways out there. But sometimes, when dogs get old, they leave stains and smells that you can’t get rid of easily. And you fret because you might have guests coming over in a day. Or that you’re preparing your house for the new owners or selling it on the market. Whatever your reason for worrying about pet urine smell, it’s always good to find surefire methods. It’s a good thing you don’t have to buy the most expensive products because Kristina Smallhorn on Youtube shows us how to get rid of pet stains and urine smell by just using something you can find in your own home–baking soda and vinegar.

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Directions

If you were able to catch the stain on the carpet when it was still wet, you could wipe it with a damp cloth. If you weren’t able to catch the stain when it was wet, it’s not too late. Fill up an empty spray bottle with vinegar. Then choose the dirty spot on the carpet, and spray the vinegar on that spot. Get it pretty wet. Make sure to thoroughly spray that spot with white vinegar. It will reactivate the smell of the dog pee, but don’t worry. After spraying, let it sit for about 15 minutes. After that, you take an old rag. Push that spot with the old rag and get that excess white vinegar out. Once the excess white vinegar is out, you sprinkle baking soda on the spot. Make sure you sprinkle a lot. Press the baking soda onto the carpet with an old rag just to make sure the soda seeps into the carpet. Let it sit until it forms like a crust.

baking soda to get rid of pet urine smell
Image credit: Kristina Smallhorn on Youtube

The last step is just to vacuum everything from the carpet, and it’s done.

How to Get Rid of Pet Urine Smell

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