My go-to. There's no store bought spray I've ever used that adds up to Remove Cat Urine and Dog Urine from carpet quite like this one. Mix 1 part water, and 3 parts vinegar. Spray. Let it soak for 30 minutes. Mix 1 cup of hydrogen peroxide, 2 teaspoons of baking soda, and a squirt of dish-washing liquid. Shake it well. Spray, and let it soak/dry. Adjustments can be made for the measurements, to your liking.
If you just brought a new puppy home or have an older dog with a weak bladder, chances are you've cleaned up a urine accident or two. Even if you immediately clean up the stain, the pee still can leave an undesirable odor. Because of dogs' strong senses of smell, you need to completely eliminate the odor or your pet may continually urinate in that...
Dog Urine Odor Removal… Ok, I tried this and am impressed. It's a good bit of work but it will definitely remove the smell. I used this method along with my carpet steamer but for small areas you wouldn't need that.
Eco Housekeeping Tip: Pet Odor Eliminator - 1. spray bottle, water, mouthwash, newspaper. 2. combine 2 parts water to 1 part mouthwash 3. spray mixture on soiled area, do not soak. Then place newspaper over the sprayed area & let dry. The newspaper will absorb the smell. Repeat if necessary. Your cushions or carpet may smell minty fresh, but once it wears off the urine smell will be gone.
How to get rid of dog urine smell in hardwood floors use white vinegar. To rid your linoleum or hardwood floors of that "not so fresh feeling", simply mix a 3:1 solution of warm water and white vinegar in your mop bucket and get to work. Remember to crack a window or two. Vinegar has a good clean smell, but it's a strong one.