This is the best way to remove dog urine from mattresses, armchairs, and carpets without leaving a trace of odor or stain.
Small, big, breed, adopted...no matter what they look like, they are (or are) the best “furry friend” we can have. However, everything good has a price and in this case it is clothes full of hair, poop all over the patio and the smell of urine.
In the case of our dog's pee, which is a challenge indeed. Because if you are one of the people who let him get on the bed or armchairs, you will know that when the "baby" gets angry, it is very possible that your furniture will end up with a huge stain and smelling horrible.
3 mistakes when cleaning up your dog's urine that multiply the bad smell
Why is dog urine so strong?
The reason is that dog urine contains a wide variety of nitrogenous compounds, which vary according to the sex, age, and diet of the pet. For example, a high-protein diet can increase this concentration, describes an article from McGill University in Quebec.
Tricks to remove dog urine from mattresses, armchairs and carpets
Trick # 1
If your dog urinated on the carpet. Mix in a container two tablespoons of liquid soap with 4 to 5 tablespoons of hydrogen peroxide. Using a sponge, apply the solution in a circular motion (do not scrub too hard). Leave to act for 15 minutes and then remove with a damp cloth.
Trick # 2
Ideal for bed. Let's do it! If the stain is fresh, place kitchen paper on it and let it absorb as much urine as possible. Stir in 3 tablespoons of baking soda, 1 tablespoon of table salt, 5 drops of tea tree essential oil.
Moisten the area with the mixture and rub. Let rest for a few minutes and remove with a dry cloth.
Trick # 3
In the case of an armchair (and that you can use in the other two), wash with soap and water. Let dry, and then place or sprinkle sodium borate. The commercial name with which you can get it in the store is borax.
The correct way to use it is to place a fist on the affected area and rub with a cloth.
Before you get mad at your dog for doing it on the couch, bed, or rug, ask yourself what caused it. Remember they don't talk.