Cat Urine on Concrete Removal with Hydrogen Peroxide

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Cat using toiletIt can be difficult to remove cat urine from a concrete floors as it tends to linger, however this simple recipe will remove it really easily from your concrete floor. well I am going to let you into a free little known secret to easily remove cat urine smell from concrete. I am now going to show you how to get cat urine out of concrete using hydrogen peroxide and baking soda

Cat Urine Concrete Removal Ingredients

  • 2 small drops liquid dish washing soap (Dawn, Palmolive, etc.)
  • 16 oz. (2 cups) hydrogen peroxide 3% solution
  • 2 tsp. baking soda

Cat Urine Concrete Removal How to do it

  1. To make the cat urine concrete remover recipe place the baking soda, the hydrogen peroxide and dish washing soap into a glass jar or bowl.
  2. Now all you need to do is gently stir until all baking soda is dissolved, making sure not shake or beat the removal ingredients.
  3. If the cat urine on concrete is fresh, be sure to blot up any excess urine from the concrete floor with dry paper towels or a dry wash cloth before the next step.
  4. Pour or spray the the mixed cat urine remover over the urine spot on the concrete, making sure to cover the entire spot.
  5. Allow the concrete cat urine removal mixture to completely soak the area where the cat urine is located on the concrete.
  6. Do not rub, scrub,mop or wipe up the concrete cat urine remover. Let it sit for 24 hours depending on the humidity level, it will usually evaporate during this time.
  7. Repeat the treatment once a day for 3-5 days. Ensure you make a new batch of The Cat Urine Concrete smell remover solution each days as its most active for one hour after mixing.

For larger areas of cat urine odor removal from concrete use the following

  • 16 cups (4 large 32-oz bottles) hydrogen peroxide solution
  • 16 tsp. (or about 1/3 cup) baking soda
  • 1/2 tsp. liquid dishwashing soap

As always try this at your risk we accept no responsibility or liability however we have had really good feedback from people using this cat urine smell remover recipe.

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3 Responses to “Cat Urine on Concrete Removal with Hydrogen Peroxide”

  1. I tried the cat smell removal receipe above on my concrete porch and it worked very well. Unfortunately, these stray cats came back weeks later and I have to do it again. I am confident I can remove the smell again. I just need to find a way to keep them off my porch.

  2. I was told that throwing moth ballson your lawn will keep them out of your yard. I haven’t tried it

  3. There is a fantastic deterrent on the market called Ssscat Training Aid. Basically, it is a battery operated motion activated HISS of compressed air which scares cats away. It is about $24 on Amazon, but seems cheaper than the labor involved in cleaning up your porch indefinitely. You do not have to buy their expensive refills, however. You can buy cans of compressed air at Sam’s cheaply. Just take off the nozzle and it will fit into the Sssscat mechanism. They don’t tell you that though, for obvious reasons. Good luck!

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