pissed off with pissing cat!

(12 Posts)
Shriek Sun 25-Sep-16 23:45:44

Why does cat piss smell sooo awful and be so difficult to rid things of its cloying stink. The cat had pissed on expensive dogs beanbag which is covered in wipeable material but will just not go! Help! What advice anyone? Sure this must be a common topicgrin

Shriek Mon 26-Sep-16 00:07:06

It would take to dry cleaners but its full of poly beans. Loose ones or I woild have emptied out and washed. Thinking there's a spray on the marlet or something like soda and bicarb or similar

VimFuego101 Mon 26-Sep-16 00:09:36

Nature's miracle is good for getting cat pee out.

VimFuego101 Mon 26-Sep-16 00:10:16

It may have got all the way through to the beans though... In which case you might just have to bin it.

Shriek Mon 26-Sep-16 00:18:33

Ah thanks i'll look into that. Yea was thinking probs a lost cause.

DixieWishbone Mon 26-Sep-16 00:19:21

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

Coldbay Mon 26-Sep-16 00:21:15

There's a mould killer for about a pound sold in green bottles. It seems a weak enough bleach to not whiten most fabrics but does rid the cat wee smell. Use with caution though

ladybird69 Mon 26-Sep-16 00:40:29

I was advised bio washing powder and if that failed white vinegar and baking powder.

chemenger Mon 26-Sep-16 08:21:23

Bio washing powder made in a strong solution does work, you would need to soak the beanbag then leave it for as long as possible before rinsing. We used this around a flat which had had 17 indoor cats in it before we moved in. This is cheaper for a big area than Nature's Miracle.

Shriek Mon 26-Sep-16 16:08:08

Thanks for ideas. Yes someone else mentioned bicarb too and also vinegar. I think i ight try a mix of things including the hanging out. Apparently there's simerhing you can add to stop the hydro peroxide whitening fabrics. At the moment its sitting under the shower being threatened with a soaking. Now think i'll have a go at these various suggestions first

MrsJamin Mon 26-Sep-16 16:48:28

We got this urine neutraliser from Amazon, just doused the sofa in it and the cats stopped using it as a litter tray. I feel your pain, its very annoying!

Shriek Mon 26-Sep-16 20:26:33

Thanks for the vote of sympathy mrsjamin. Its a real pisser! Really hoping I can get it out I may as well try everything before throwing it out

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