How Do You Remove Urine Odor From Carpet?
Fido or Fluffy missed the bathroom and it’s apparent from the lingering and incriminating odor. The fibers in carpet hang on to odors and can serve as a constant reminder long after the incident is over. Urine odors in carpet can make an entire area feel unclean, so getting rid of the smell is imperative in getting past the breach of social etiquette. Blot up any excess urine that may be present with paper towels. Press the paper towels firmly to the soiled area and try to absorb as much of the urine as possible to make getting rid of the smell a little easier. Be sure to blot and not scrub with the paper towels; scrubbing will cause the urine to spread. Discard the paper towels immediately. Mix one part white vinegar with two parts water in a spray bottle. Add two to three drops of dish soap to the vinegar/water solution. Saturate the affected area with the solution. Spray just enough to cover the area; do not over saturate. Blot up the solution with paper towels until you have absorb