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To clean urine from an inflatable mattress blot up as much as possible. You can then clean the area with soapy water. If the mattress has an odor you can use a product such as Urine Gone to clean it again.
A urine soaked mattress is bad. You should probably wash the mattress.
There are a few ways to get urine out of a mattress. You could buy a special spray on chemical.
new mattress or get rid of cat
yes studies show that green tea causes odor in urine
Too much Melatonin can cause kidney damage which caused urine odor. Beware!
Your perseverance in trying Pine Sol and so on is admirable. Using a mix of white vinegar and water to wash and rinse using a clean rag, will help remove the odor. Somewhat. At this point, it may well be worth trashing the mattress, and getting another. The odor is never really going to go away, since the urine isn't just on the surface of the mattress. If the problem is going to continue and you don't want to change mattresses, put a thick vinyl mattress sack on it after cleaning and airing as well as you can. Then, use a mattress pad--get two so they can be washed. Perhaps also add an additional rubber pad under the sheet if there is a commonly used spot.
urine smelling breath odor.
Yes. Ammonia has a very strong odor resembling that of urine.
There is a product called Zero Odor that removes urine smell. Simply spray it in the area of concern and you odor will be gone. Zero Odor does simply cover up the odor, it bonds onto the molecules and changes them so there is no more odor.
A strong urine smell
You can purchase urine burn remedies for grass at your local hardware or pet store. Odor is a bit more difficult to remove. You can rinse your yard with a hose after your dog urinates. To remove urine odor for your deck, use a mixture of Mule Team Borax and water, or use a urine odor remover from your pet store.
In all my years of owning cats and having to deal with these issues, removing cat urine from a mattress is the hardest. Since the usual methods of removal involve blotting the urine up and then spaying with an enzyme product, blotting again, then repeating that step and then placing a towel (paper or cotton) over the area and spray that with the enzyme product every day to keep it moist and activated, it is a little hard to then use said mattress. Also, since the mattress is so dense, the urine soaks deeper into the mattress the more layers of moisture you add to it, do you may mask or eliminate the odor from the surface of the mattress but to tell you that you will get rid of it totally, I don't think so and I'm pretty sure that your cat won't either, they will still be able to smell it deep in the mattress. I have never tried the cleaning process stated above and then flipped the mattress so that any moisture will come back to the surface instead of sink deeper into the mattress. Try it and if it works, let me know. Otherwise, pitching the mattress may be your only option.
Get an enzyme based odor remover from a veterinarian's office or a pet supply store, it works just as well on human urine as it does on pet urine.
Cat urine odor can be very offensive. Many of local stores such as Walmart, Petco, and Petsmart carry cat urine odor removing products. For convenience, the products can also be ordered from online websites.
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You can buy some pet odor eliminator at a pet store and use that, it works for all types of urine smells
Why is my urine very light yellow almost clear in color and has an odor and is foamy?
You can dilute urine by drinking more water/fluids.
Chlamydia does not cause urine odor, although some other infections, both STDs and not, can cause urine odor. Because you think you may be at risk for chlamydia, it's important that you get screened. Most often, chlamydia has no symptoms.
Certain foods like asparagus can give urine a bad odor. It could be an infection. If you recently took vitamins, that could cause odor as well
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