22 responses

  1. SimplyForties
    December 23, 2008

    I hope I’ll never need this recipe but I am definitely keeping it! Thanks for posting.

  2. Leyla
    January 17, 2009

    This worked WONDERFULLY 🙂
    Even on our ANCIENT set in stain lol.

  3. Tiffany Williams
    January 17, 2009

    We have cabinets in our laundry room that the cats can get up under but we can’t get to them, the smell was awful, I mixed up a double batch of the recipe and took a bulb syringe, squirted it up underneath the cabinets and it worked like a charm… Thank you, thank you, thank you!!! I was so upset, we just built this house and the smell was knocking me over everytime I walked in there. Thanks again for taking the time to post.

  4. Kelda
    February 27, 2009

    Thank you so much! I have been looking everywhere for this recipie!!! I’ve used it before & lost it – it is awesome! Thank you again!

  5. Puppy In Training
    April 1, 2009

    We usually use Nature’s Miracle for our little accidents, but this is a recipe I’d like to try in the future. Fortunately most of our accidents are small puppy accidents and only end up on the carpet or tile floor. I’m glad I haven’t had to deal with a mattress stain…yet…

  6. Kiko@petcarnivals.com
    July 14, 2009

    We’ve used both Resolve and Nature’s Miracle to remove pet urine smells. Your cat urine recipe sounds like a good alternative to store bought stain and scent removers. I’m going to try this recipe next time one of my pets has an accident.

  7. mermaid in the shade
    February 27, 2010

    I bought a 40 year old house with a carpet over a concrete foundation. Unfortunately the prior owner had dogs that had ruined roughly an 8 foot square section of the carpet with a truly UNHOLY smell. I had replaced the carpet AND sealed
    the concrete floor with KILZ to remove the stench, but sadly heavy rains got under the seal and brought the stench back.
    Your elixir saved the day, and the ingredients for a full 5 day application cost only $10 at WALMART.
    It didn’t stain the carpet in the least.
    They charge that much for a thimble full of all the premixed stuff which doesn’t work any better. Thanks so much for a lifesaving recipe.

  8. Amber
    September 6, 2010

    This home remedy is a life saver! My cat likes to pee in the dining room (of all places) to teach me a lesson when I go out of town… and this is the ONLY thing that works to eliminate the odor…and I’ve tried EVERYTHING! Thank you SO much!

  9. Nadia
    July 26, 2011

    My cat sprayed all over my room, on my drum set on my dresser on my floor every where and i dont know what to do. my mom says not to re wet it because the smell will just come back up so im stuck????? what should i do!?

    • Alex
      July 26, 2011

      Yes your mom is right but if you follow the instructions above you will only have to smell it once more, rather than having the smell constantly. I would recommend you air the room if you can as the smell can be sometimes deceive where the cat has urinated then follow the instruction above

      Hope this helps


  10. Tammy
    March 30, 2012

    This stuff worked great!! Bought a chair at goodwill and my cat went right over and peed on it. Ugh…figured I was going to have to throw it away because it probably had been peed on before and that’s why the cat decided to mark it. Used this mixture soaked the chair and no odor at all! Same cat now sleeps in this chair. No more pee odor and no more cat wanting to mark his territory. : )

  11. Erica
    March 11, 2013

    Your recipe for bulk says 1/2 tsp of dish washing liquid. Is this correct? Because it’s less than what a single recipe calls for. We’re using for a whole house. Previous owner had 16 cats :/ and 2 dogs. Thanks for the recipe!

    • Alex
      May 12, 2013

      Glaid it helped

  12. Erica
    March 11, 2013

    Nevermind. Just saw it reads 2 small drops on the single use recipe. My bad.

  13. Carmen
    April 17, 2013

    For surfaces like concrete, i recommend laying a towel over the area you are treating and soak the towel with the solution. This will contain the liquid on that spot. 😀

  14. Lucille W. Pitt
    August 13, 2013

    I read this article and wanted to print it for a situation that we have here at our job with one of our employees (who has several cats and who brings their odors in with her). It is very offensive to our co-workers, and as her supervisor we’ve tried several things to eliminate the odor but nothing has worked so far. I need very badly to print this article but apparently the magazine holder is not allowing that so….

  15. Jason
    January 27, 2014

    It’s a great solution. Thanks for the tip! Solved my pee problem!

  16. SunnyInCali
    March 6, 2014

    This recipe looks awesome!! I’m pulling out carpets tomorrow and I will begin treating the concrete. Yeah!!
    My question is, will this have any effect upon the concrete accepting an acid stain? No more carpets for this pet-loving family!
    Thank you!

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