You could bleach it.
Your local pet store should have some pet stain removal products. Nature's Miracle works really well. White vinegar will help to neutralise the smell, loosen some of the sticky residue, and lighten the colour, but you may not find it effective to fully remove the stain. Be sure to clean up urine messes as soon as possible because if left alone rabbit urine can damage the surface its on (upholstery, carpet, wood flooring, tiles, anything).
soak it bleach and soap and hot water
There are some commercial stain removal products that can get rabbit urine out of upholstery, carpeting, and fabrics. Nature's Miracle Orange Oxy Power Stain & Odor Remover works great. Make sure that whatever product you use, follow the instructions and don't let the rabbit near the upholstery until it's dry.
Cat urine stains will generally make the oak floor a darker color than the surrounding floor. To remove the stain, soak up any remaining urine if it is still fresh. Soak a cotton ball in hydrogen peroxide and gently dab on the stain. Let dry and repeat until the stain is gone and the floor restored to original color.
Usually any stain removal will remove it whether it's specifically for pet stains or not.
Dog urine can be removed from curtains by soaking them in vinegar and baking soda. It absorbs the odor and removes the stain.
I've used this product a few times and it seems to work for me. I have found that it works better when the urine stain is wet, opposed to when the urine is dried and has been in the carpet for over a day. It will remove the smell of dry stains, but not the stain itself.
Try 5 different types of bleach and a lot of elbow grease. It worked for me.
Steam clean. The urine is sterile so there shouldn't be any health hazard, but steam cleaning should remove the unsightly stain.
No, rabbit urine is not a carcinogen (cancer causing agent).
Urine is a protein stain, so do not use hot water. Instead, rinse it out in cold water. Pretreat it with OxyClean and then wash it in cool water.
well how would you get a urine stain on the couch anyway oh yeah you clean it that's how you get rid of it clean it :):)
I would be guessing seeing as most urine is not good for your health, that rabbit urine is just the same. I would be very worried about your mental health if you are contemplating whether to drink rabbit urine or not. Please, do not DRINK!
In order to get rid of a rat urine smell, simply dab the urine stain with rubbing alcohol. You then will want to apply a bit of baking soda to the stain.
Rinse the fabric in cold water. Pretreat it if the stains are very bad. Then wash it in a cold water cycle.
No, female rabbits do not spray urine. Only males do. If you want a rabbit that does not spray urine, I would consider getting a female.
To remove old cat urine from carpet you could try using ATX odor kill and stain remover. It breaks down organic compounds that cause odor breaking them down to benign, odorless compounds.
You can go to the vet and get some special shampoo thet they will give to you.You put some shampoo in a sink before you put the rabbit in and you stirr till mixed in.The water should just be above the rabbits legs.Then very gentaly you wipe the urine stain and where ever the rabbit needs to be clean.Then you let the water out and rinse the sink then you put clean Walter in the sink and rinse all of the shampoo of the rabbit and do that till the rabbit has no shampoo left on him or her.Then you have to dry him or her before bed otherwise they will get a chill and that is not good.And just a warning don't se a hair dryer do dry the rabbit coz the don't like that and it will make a rabbit cold and it is another way they can get a chill. Sorry for talking and typeing so much but this is what happend to my rabbit and he is happier whan he is CLEAN and not BLWED DRIED
There are lots of ways to remove the smell of car urine from a carpet. One of the best ways to do it is by using an odor remover like, Nature's Miracle Stain & Odor Remove, which can be purchased from pet stores and on websites like Amazon.
i think the better question is, how did you get urine on your sofa??? lol!
Try Baking soda, peroxide and soap paste, then vinegar, then odoban. Natures Miracle is also good
Clean the couch with a mixture of vinegar and Pine Sol. That should remove the smell and the stain. D-Molish Now also does a great job of removing the smell and the soaked urine.