Cat urine is a very strong odor and will take away the clean feeling in your home very quickly. Cat urine can be difficult to remove because it is so potent. The urine must be neutralized or the cat will smell the urine later and urinate in the same place. Follow the steps below to thoroughtly remove the urine from your carpets or upholstery.
If the area is still wet, soak up the excess urine using paper towels. Put the towels on the spot and stand on it for about 10 seconds. Replace the paper towels with clean ones and repeat this until the excess moisture is absorbed.
If the area is dry. Move on to the next step.
Now you've got to neutralize the acid in the urine that has soaked down deep into the surface of the area, whether it be carpet, upholstery or a pile of laundry.
Mix equal parts water and white vinegar and spray the spot to get it really wet. Next, soak it all up like in step one.
After it's dried sprinkle the area with baking soda. Baking soda will absorb any odor left behind that the vinegar didn't remove.
This method really does work but if the stain is old and
IF THIS DOESN'T WORK:
You may need to replace this part of the carpet. If you do replace this area of the carpet, you may also want to polyurethane the subfloor to seal the odor so it can't be detected.