It has always been better to have someone around the house. You just feel more cozy and safe. This is the reason why many people decide to get a pet at home. After all it's the better option than being with the wrong person , because you feel lonely. Unfortunately, there is one huge disadvantage of having animal at your place- it creates mess. If you have a dog, you may teach it to pee outdoors. However, if you have a cat you should prepare yourself for a regular cleaning, especially of the urine stains left behind.
Considering how tricky may be such chore cleaners Tottenham provide the following tips on how to remove cat urine stains in a natural way:
Blot the urine with a dry paper towel if the stain is fresh. Soak up as much urine as you can with the paper towels. Do not rub it into the fabric.
Combine an equal amount of white vinegar and warm water into a spray bottle.
Saturate the affected area with the vinegar and water solution. Don't underestimate such cleaning alternative-the vinegar is really strong agent that will neutralize the scent of the urine.
Then take several paper towels and blot the stain with them until is it is at least nearly dry.
Take a clean bowl and combine 1/4 cup of hydrogen peroxide with 1 tsp. liquid dish soap in it. Stir thoroughly to dissolve the ingredients well.
Sprinkle a handful of baking soda onto the urine traces.
After that apply the hydrogen peroxide and dish soap solution onto the stain over the baking soda.
Take a scrub brush and work the mixture into the fabric wit it. Your goal is to make the ingredients penetrate deep into the fibers of the fabric.
Allow the urine stain dry overnight. Then vacuum the spot when it is fully dry to in order to clean up the remaining baking soda. In case there is also dry soap residue on the stain, clean it with a damp towel and leave it dry.
As a final effort just apply aerosol product designed to neutralize or cover up the pet odor.
Cleaners Tottenham wish you great cleaning results!