how to  pets  smell


Question by  Marika (20)

How do you get rid of pet odor?

I want to sell my house.


Answer by  GilFinn (2065)

Assuming odors not caused by cat urine, you should be able to minimize/remove most of it. First, rake baking soda into carpet, vacuum up. Clean furniture, walls, fixtures with appropriate cleaners, and use odor neutalizers like Ozium of Frebreze. When showing the house, use natural scents like vanilla, cinnomon, etc.


Answer by  NGoodson (3395)

If it's in your carpet, you can try using a foaming carpet cleaner that you leave on for about a half an hour. Or, you can steam clean your carpets.


Answer by  alex42 (73)

I take out my dog, clean up the whole house, open all windows, burned scented candles, bathe my dog. The only problem is that I have to do that all over again.


Answer by  km8738 (1917)

I get rid of our pet odor by continually keeping the house dust free and keeping the areas that our pets use the most clean. Keep the house well-ventilated and filter the air.


Answer by  mammakat (11147)

If its into carpets, you need to rip it out. Arm and Hammer has a good powder, but professional steam cleaning is what you need. If urine is really into floors you may need to rip up carpets and use Kilz paint to prime the floor.


Answer by  tv5544 (30)

The only way I have found to remove pet odor from carpet and upholstery is to use a commercially prepared enzyme-based cleaner.

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