How do I get rid of god wee smell?

(11 Posts)
dogwee Wed 27-Feb-19 17:31:56

Hi everyone,
I have a really pervasive dog wee smell in my living room carpet. I've tried zoflora and plenty of scrubbing and a pet accident specialist product and it still stinks!

What's the best way to get rid of the smell?
Thanks

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dogwee Wed 27-Feb-19 17:36:20

Aaaaaaaagh! DOG wee not GOD wee!

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GingerRogers84 Wed 27-Feb-19 17:46:49

Divine wee! grin

Your problem might be that it's got into the underlay? Can you lift the carpet in anyway?

Other things to try is sprinkle the area with baking soda, leave for a bit then spray with white vinegar, rub in and leave to dry before hoovering.

Pet cleaner with enzymes?

ChorleyFMcominginyourears Wed 27-Feb-19 17:50:17

I got a spray from pets at home for around £6, it's a pets at home on brand one in a blue bottle. It smells of baby powder when you spray it and it's fantastic, used it when we were house training our puppy

ChandelierSail Wed 27-Feb-19 17:53:22

Vanish Gold Carpet Cleaner Foam

It removes stains and odours.

ALargeGinPlease Wed 27-Feb-19 17:56:50

I really rate the Dr Beckman's carpet stain remover. It shifted a very unpleasant dog related stain on my carpet.

DaffydownClock Wed 27-Feb-19 19:02:00

Holy water?
I use lots of plain water, then Vanish followed by non bio washing liquid. Seemed to work but also bought a pet stain spray just in case it happens again.

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DogInATent Wed 27-Feb-19 19:09:25

You need some Piss Off (don't blame me, it's Norwegian)...

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youaremyrain Wed 27-Feb-19 20:59:36

Thanks everyone.

I am a bit worried that it might be in the underlay or even floorboards

SmallFastPenguin Wed 27-Feb-19 21:03:07

I'm thinking the answer involves prayer and fasting.

nellieellie Wed 27-Feb-19 23:21:04

What you need is “Simple Solution”. It’s an enzymatic cleaner - works on wee and poo - even kids vomit. I get mine from a Pets Corner, also at Pets at Home.

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