First of all, attack cat pee as fast as you possibly can! The longer you let cat pee soak and dry, you’re giving uric acid a better chance of leaving behind a foul odor and stain.
- Use thick paper towels or an old towel to soak up as much of the cat urine as possible. The more urine you absorb, the less it’s able to penetrate the area.
- Use an enzyme cleaner like Angry Orange Fresh Scent Stain Remover to help break down the tough stains and odors associated with cat pee. Enzyme cleaners work on most surfaces including floors, carpets, and non-leather furniture. Always use as directed.
- Open your windows to maximize airflow and allow the cat odor to ventilate from your home.