You will need
- - vinegar,
- - liquid dishwashing,
- - hydrogen peroxide,
- lemon juice,
- - potassium permanganate,
- - iodine.
Before you begin to combat this problem, try to identify and remove the cause. The main reason for the smelland urine is refusing animals from the toilet. Maybe he's just uncomfortable to walk into a small pan, so choose a toilet for an animal of appropriate size. And the second reason unpleasant smelland poorly cleaned and washed the toilet, it can make cat or dog to relieve themselves elsewhere.
If you find a puddle of urine or stain, take some paper towels and on high youurinethe stain. Then dilute the vinegar with water in a ratio of 1:4 and apply to the stain. Again dampen a paper towel and sprinkle with baking soda. If a spot appeared on the upholstered furniture can be done as follows: dissolve one tablespoon of dishwashing detergent in one hundred milliliters of hydrogen peroxide. Test the mixture on an inconspicuous area, if everything is in order, RUB the mixture into the stain with a brush. Dried-out residue remove with a clean sponge or wet vacuum. If necessary, repeat this procedure.
It is undesirable to use chlorine-based products to neutralize the odorand urine. Chlorine is a great oxidizer and well kill bacteria, but do not forget about its high toxicity. You can harm not only animal whose sense of smell is much stronger than a human, but all members of the family. It is much more effective in this case are: potassium permanganate, lemon juice, vinegar, hydrogen peroxide and iodine (10-20 drops per liter of water).
If the stain is urine fresh, effective conventional means not having a bactericidal action: alcohol, vodka, tea leaves, soap, rinse for the mouth and a strong solution of soda. The use of scented products is not a solution to this problem. Such as coffee beans, asterisk, parsley and aromatic oils, capable only to kill the smell for a while.