Odor-be-gone Pet Urine Remover

Total Time
Prep 2 mins
Cook 0 mins

Here's what Jerry Baker uses to clean and deodorize pet urine-damaged areas.


  1. Mix the ingredients in a pail, and use a scrub brush to brush the solution onto the problem spot.
  2. To qoute Jerry Baker,"Say Out, out, danged spot" three times and it will be---in a flash!
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Most Helpful

I used this in a rented rug doctor. I have to say that is worked better then any store bought cleaner. I have white carpet and 6 new puppys.. all stains are gone. On the bad stains I wicked the stain by putting folded towels on the stain then a heavy book on top. This keeps the stain from the pad. I work at a grocery store and have told customers about this. They rented the Rug doctor then used this recipe, they tried it and came back to thank me.

LeKitchenQueen October 19, 2009

This works even without the detergent. I heard about using a 1:1 mixture of vinegar and water to eliminate urine odors when my cat was spraying. I put the solution in a spray bottle and sprayed everywhere I could on carpets, couch, etc. I found our new kitten had been using the bottom of our closet (she hated the kitty litter we were using) and after I cleaned it all up I mopped with straight vinegar and the smell is 100% gone. This is a miracle recipe in my opinion because cat urine odor seems impossible to remove any other way! I also love that it is non-toxic and safe for the environment! A definite five stars all around.

CuppieSt.O July 30, 2008

Works great! Our new pup had an unfortunate accident after over-indulging (he pooed all over the dining room :yuck:), and an hour after scrubbing with this solution, we could barely smell it. Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!

KrisLady May 12, 2008