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My address must be whispered amongst the lost and forgotten pets of my neighborhood because somehow they all find their way to my front door.
Last month was no exception.
It was a stormy Saturday evening when I opened the door to check the mail. I was in my PJ’s and ready to relax after a long day of errands and cleaning.
A simple run to the mailbox I said.
Instead, I found a beautiful gray cat staring at me with the saddest eyes I’ve ever seen and a soaking wet body. She was friendly so it was easy to see that she was well taken care of and hence, not a stray. After an hour of knocking on my neighbor’s doors, nobody knew anything about the sad and beautiful gray cat so I did what any cat lover would do.
I took her into my bathroom, dried her off with a towel, and gave her a nice meal. Within minutes, she was purring and immediately fell asleep.
Meanwhile, Garfield (one of my four house cats), was meowing outside the bathroom door and trying to get in.
I shooed him away and thought nothing more of it.
The next day, Garfield still tried to get into the bathroom and he even brought the gray cat a toy.
Well, it was cute until I discovered that Garfield had done something he had NEVER done before.
He marked his territory. He sprayed all over the bathroom door and on the carpet in front of the door.
Five days later, I finally found the owner of the lost gray cat. She went back to her home but I was left with the unmistakable scent of cat urine spray.
I tried to clean it up using the “pet odor remover” spray I had on hand but a few days later, the lovely aroma returned.
Garfield, I love you. But we are not going to live with that smell in this household young man.
Here’s How You Get Rid Of That Cat Urine Spray Odor For Good:
- Soak up as much of the urine as you can using old towels.
- Soak the treatment area (where the urine was) with clean, warm water.
- If you have a wet vacuum, extract as much of the water as you can but leave the area damp. If you don’t have a wet vacuum, use old towels to soak up the majority of the water.
- Pour OdorKlenz® Pet Urine Eliminator directly onto the treatment area. Use your hands to work it into the carpet and carpet fibers.
- Let the OdorKlenz Pet Urine Eliminator treatment sit for 15-20 minutes. It’s working its magic. Relax. The magic will happen.
- Soak up the liquid using a wet vacuum or clean, absorbent towels.
- Allow the area to completely dry.
- Do the smell test.
- Repeat the above steps as needed.
- The cat urine spray odor is gone! Isn’t it magical?
What is OdorKlenz Pet Urine Eliminator made from?
OdorKlenz is made of safe, Earth-friendly minerals like Titanium Dioxide, Zinc Oxide, and Magnesium Oxide. It does not contain any masking agents or fragrances.
How did you get the urine smell out of your bathroom door?
Thankfully the door didn’t retain an odor but I cleaned it with diluted OdorKlenz Pet Urine Eliminator just in case. I poured two parts of clean, warm water into a glass spray bottle and added one part of the OdorKlenz solution.
Does this stuff really work?
We always give our honest opinion on the products we use. I (Kim) was skeptical about another product that claimed to remove pet urine odor but this one proved me wrong. OdorKlenz honestly removed that disgusting cat urine spray odor. I’m smell sensitive so I’d tell you to save your money if OdorKlenz didn’t work.
But OdorKlenz works.
Does OdorKlenz smell bad or is it full of perfume-like fragrance?
OdorKlenz has a light, pleasant aroma that I can only describe as Earthy. The smell is natural and fades quickly. Remember, no masking agents or fragrances are added so the scent is from the minerals.
Where can I buy OdorKlenz?
You can buy OdorKlenz Pet Urine Eliminator directly from the OdorKlenz website. You can even save an additional 15% by using our exclusive code:
I sure hope Garfield never decides to mark his territory again but if he does, I’m so, so thankful to have OdorKlenz Pet Urine Eliminator on hand.
What odors are you trying to get rid of in your home?