How to Remove Cat Odors

While cat smells new or old can be pesky, it's possible to remove them. Learning how to remove cat pee from clothes, furniture, carpets, and other items is challenging. 

For cat hair or dander odors, Bonk recommends vacuuming. If your cat sheds, vacuum your home once a week and remove the bag soon away to avoid odors.

Vance says that baking soda can reduce acidic things like the uric acid in cat pee. Depending on how bad the smell is, sprinkle baking soda over the area and let it sit for 15 to 30 minutes. Then dust or wipe it off.

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n a spray bottle, mix white or apple cider vinegar with water until the two are equal. You can spray the vinegar cleaning solution on your floor or furniture to get rid of the stain.

Vance says that enzyme cleaners work because they break down ammonia, sulfur, and other chemicals that are in cat urine, vomit, and feces. That's also why they get rid of cat smells better than vinegar and water or baking soda.

Lastly, Vance suggests hydrogen peroxide because it breaks down the smell of ammonia. Place it on the hurt area, let it sit for five minutes, and then scrub or wipe it off.

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