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  • Help!!!! Removing cat urine!

    I'm hoping someone out there can help me. We just adopted a kitten for our daughter. Today, I left him in the house by himself for the first time.....and he peed on my couch! Our couch is made out of that microsuade....or whatever it is. Tan color. I have used to dry cleaner stuff the furniture store gives you, and it removed it for the most part...but, there's still a ring, and smell. Is there anything else I can do???




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      see....my bind is trying to find something that won't harm the fabric on the couch. If it was on the floor...I would use that in a heartbeat....



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      • #4
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        My mom used some Febreeze product when the dog peed on the couch and it worked.

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          We use this stuff - http://www.pureayre.com/


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            Yikes.... naughty kitty........ hope you find a good product. my om always used vinagar when we were young, not sure abotu it on a couch. maybe google ?

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              We have the same fabric on our couch. My mom just uses good ole' stain and odor removal. There are lots of them out there including the ones Adelade suggested. Our dog has went on the couch many times. We just use the spray and it hasn't done any harm. It works for dogs and cats. Good luck.
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              • #8
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                You can also get rid of the cat. Poof no more accidents

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                  Welcome to my world. My Kitty has basically ruined my sofas - and they're leather, but the urine seeped though to the insides and it stinks whenever I sit on it. I've used something called "anti icky poo," but the one that sort of works best is a product from Woolite.

                  Good luck with the new kitty.

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                  • #10
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                    Add me to the list of ruined leather furniture. My sacrifice was a leather recliner. We use an enzyme based product. It kind of works, but on occasion you can still smell it.

                    As brusquely as Onut put it, it really is the only way to ensure you aren't going to get your furniture ruined.

                    Cats pee and scratch furniture.

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                    • #11
                      Re: Help!!!! Removing cat urine!

                      The urine is now deep in the stuffing and foam core of the couch. It will be almost impossible to get it all out. Sorry. We've had two couches and a recliner ruined because of this.

                      Our solution to preventing this problem is the Scat Mat


                      It wasn't me, it was Lisa! :angel:

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                        Re: Help!!!! Removing cat urine!

                        thank you all. I don't think it got too far into the actual cushion.....I think it mainly stayed on the micro fiber. I am trying and trying to get it out. Will probably go to Petsmart and see what they have...


                        And Onut...trust me...I thought about what you said. But, it's for my daughter. Guess I have to suck it up.



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                          My ex-roommates cat would constantly pee on the carpet just outside the litterbox. I have no idea what her problem was because the boxes were cleaned every other day... and we had 3 boxes! Her other cat and my cat always used the boxes. But as a result of that one, the livingroom smelled like rancid cat pee even though I bought jugs of stain & smell remover. I do not miss that cat.

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                            Re: Help!!!! Removing cat urine!

                            Originally posted by Stitchy View Post

                            And Onut...trust me...I thought about what you said. But, it's for my daughter. Guess I have to suck it up.
                            I'm not sure that's going to work as a solution at this point, especially if it's already dried up :lol:

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                              Once the cat marks the spot, you will keep having problems. Keep an eye there, because the kitten will pee there again.
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