Saturday, 28 January 2012
How To Remove Urine Odour
To stop the smell of urine from the house ( sofa, mattress, cushion or pillows, carpets etc) is possible. However, its actually better to prevent this in the first place. If you are already in trouble with this, then these tips I’m going to suggest would actually help to stop the smell. It may be gradual ( take series of applications ) or maybe be fast (just one application) depending on the affected area.
Mixture of Baking Soda, Water and Vinegar
These are commonly found in supermarkets or regular markets. All you need do is to mix one part of white vinegar to two parts of water and baking powder. Rub the mixture into the affected areas and allow to dry. This can be done by taking the sofa or pillow (whatever is affected) out in the open air to sun.
Another great alternative to remove urine odour is the use of Listerine mouthwash mixed with a little water. Apply as stated above. This would leave fresh smell of the mouthwash for a while, which then gradually fades away leaving no odour.
Allow a lot of air in the environment. This would help to reduce the smell and encourage the affected areas to dry up fast. Put on the fans or air conditioners for better ventilation. Also leave the window open to allow in fresh air.
Use Odour Neutralizers and Air Freshener
This is temporal but could help to fix this problem immediately. You can also have fragranced pot pourri in the house. There also air freshener plugs ins.
Camphor can also help if you can’t afford these air fresheners. Put them close to the affected areas. This would help to reduce the odour.
Repeat As Needed
As I said earlier, you may need to apply any of these tips once to get great result! However, you may need to repeat as many times as possible to get your desired result. Either way, do not give up!
Hope this gives you a great result! Would love to hear from you!
"There is nothing like an odour to stir memories" -William McFee
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