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One of our cat's decided to use out new sofa as a litter box at least twice. we've had the couch steam cleaned twice and injected with enzymes twice, though the first time, we don't know the strength because the company who did it was questionable. the second company said they would come out again and inject it another time if it still smells, which it does. So we've gone the professional route. what route should we take now. we don't really want to have the sofa re-foamed but we may have to
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2 cups hydrogen peroxide
2 teaspoons baking soda
2 drops liquid dish soap

Combine and saturate the stain and allow to slowly dry. If the sofa is dark, you may want to test for color fastness before soaking, but in all probability, it will be OK.

Enzymes don't really work that well, as they begin to lose potency as soon as they are added to liquids. This recipe WILL work.
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Hey,
I agree with what pee-cleaner wrote.
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Originally Posted by pee-cleaner View Post
2 cups hydrogen peroxide
2 teaspoons baking soda
2 drops liquid dish soap

Combine and saturate the stain and allow to slowly dry. If the sofa is dark, you may want to test for color fastness before soaking, but in all probability, it will be OK.

Enzymes don't really work that well, as they begin to lose potency as soon as they are added to liquids. This recipe WILL work.


I was just reading through some old posts because we are having an issue with territorial peeing/spraying. Is this something that can be mixed up ahead of time and kept in a spray bottle?

Joy
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I was just reading through some old posts because we are having an issue with territorial peeing/spraying. Is this something that can be mixed up ahead of time and kept in a spray bottle?

Joy
Let me tell you that pee cleaner is so spot on about it working. I feel so much better after using it. I am not stressed out about pee because I know I can remove it quickly. I just add a little vinegar to my brew and a touch of bleach but I would not use the touch of bleach or vinegar on fabric or carpet. I use that one on hard surfaces like wood.

But it works. I have gone through scads of enzymes and I haven't found one that really works. I used the recipe on the cat room where Cleo went on a peeing frenzy and it doesn't smell and I used a black light. Nothing there.
I mix mine up when I need it. I don't keep it around.
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