by Andrew Garcia
Dec 13, 2022
2 minute read
TABLE OF CONTENTS
- Ventilate Your Space
- Use Baking Soda
- Make A White Vinegar Solution
- Use Enzymatic Cleaner
- PAWAii Smart Pet Odor Eliminator
- Vacuum Everywhere
- Use Air Purifier
- Bath Your Pet Regularly
As a pet owner, smells from having a furry friend are not strange. And you would want to remove these smells and prevent them from lingering in your home regardless of whether they originate from dog odor or cat pee. Fortunately, this blog explores several tips for removing pet odor.
Ventilate Your Space
You can get cross ventilation by opening your windows for a breeze. In addition, using fans can circulate the new air, freshening up your home. Be careful and close window screens or dog-proof the windows with fences to prevent pets from jumping out.
Use Baking Soda
Baking soda is also great for removing pet smells. To use baking soda to remove odors, put it in an uncapped box and place it out of your pet’s reach. All you have to do then is wait for the baking soda to evaporate and remove odors slowly. Furthermore, you can sprinkle baking soda on the stinking surface. Afterward, wipe it back and forth using a rag. Nevertheless, it is essential to note that baking soda is not suitable for all materials.
Make A White Vinegar Solution
You can combine water and white vinegar in a 1:0.5 ratio to create a cleaning solution for removing pet urine odors. After creating the solution, spray it on where you found the urine. Vinegar is acidic. Therefore, it neutralizes bacteria in dog pee, eliminating odors. In addition, vinegar is pet-safe, eco-friendly, effective, and cheap.
Use Enzymatic Cleaner
Enzymatic cleaners have excellent odor-removing properties. Thus, they are popular among pet owners. These cleaners can break down molecules found in organic material into small pieces to give a clean carpet free of odors. These organic materials include feces, urine, and food.
PAWAii Smart Pet Odor Eliminator
The deodorizer eliminates the stinks by generating low-concentration ozone, which can make some odor-causing chemicals and particles attach to nearby surfaces such as walls, or attach to one another and settle out of the air.
The ozone emissions from this deodorizer conform to the FDA health standards. That is, the concentration is less than 0.05 ppm. In addition, the odor eliminator has a sensitive infrared induction that stops running in your pet’s presence. Consequently, you don’t have to be afraid to use it.
The pet odor eliminator is USB-powered, and you do not need extra batteries. Furthermore, there is no need for refills, maintenance, or material replacement fees.
You may still feel unpleasant odors in your home even after cleaning the carpets and the sheets. This is usually because some pet hairs are scattered around corners, and you cannot find them easily. Using a vacuum cleaner can help you clean these hairs. All pet owners, particularly cat and dog owners, need a vacuum cleaner to clean up pet hair effectively.
Use Air Purifier
Opening your windows for ventilation may not be ideal in extreme weather conditions. And having a pet at home means that the indoor air is certainly not fresh. However, an air purifier can remove unpleasant odors, including pet urine smell, purifying indoor air.
Bath Your Pet Regularly
Bathing your pet regularly is essential to good hygiene. Frequent baths remove visible dirt on your pet and also remove parasites. Nevertheless, it is crucial to note that all pets need bathing at different frequencies. Your pet’s bathing needs depend on factors including breed, species, fur, and environment.
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