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No More Retail
November 1st 05, 06:35 AM
www.urinegone.com anyone try it yet seen it advertised on late night TV
just wanted to see if it worked

And I already know the other home remedies to get rid of urine ;-)

November 1st 05, 08:01 PM
No, but I'm currently loving "anti icky poo". Amazing stuff.

whitershadeofpale
November 1st 05, 10:00 PM
What other remedies!

What urine?

Is your cat peeing out of the box?

No More Retail
November 1st 05, 10:16 PM
No something new to use at the shelter when accidents happens specially the
concrete Just seeing if any one knows if it works


other remedies I read about and use
http://www.fanciers.com/cat-faqs/misc.shtml

Removing Urine Odor
For fresh urine: clean the spot with any good carpet shampoo (Spot Shot is
one). Then soak it with plain old club soda, leave it for about ten minutes
and blot it up.
If the urine has soaked the pad and the floor below that, it will be
difficult to remove the odor regardless of what you use.
To find spots if you're not sure where they are, get a UV lamp that has the
filter built in (to eliminate any remnant visible light). Urine fluoresces
in "black light." You can get them at hardware stores. There are also UV
lamps in hobby stores and places that cater to spelunkers and rockhounds,
but they're more expensive. The UV source is safe as long as you use the
longwave lamp and not the shortwave lamp used for tanning.
Enzymatic products
Products that remove odors: Nature's Miracle (carpet, has 800 number);
Simple Solution (carpet and other items); Outright! (carpet); Resolve
(carpet, perhaps other items); Odor Mute (originally for deskunking dogs,
has other applications, leaves white residue, works on concrete). Odor
Abolish, by Endosome Biologicals, may also be useful. These products use
enzymes to break down the odor causing compounds in urine and feces, and are
quite effective.
When using enzymatic products, it is important to use freshly diluted
enzymes, let it soak in as deeply as the urine has penetrated, and *keep the
area warm and wet for 24 hours*. Chemical reactions, including enzymatic
reactions, go faster at higher temperatures. Unfortunately, most enzymatic
reactions don't do well much over 102F (38-39C)-- so not too hot. Try
covering the area with towels soaked in plain water after applying the
enzyme, then a shower curtain or other plastic over that to make sure the
area stays moist.
The enzymes in laundry products are the same as those in the expensive
odor-killing products, but they cost less than 1/3 as much. They work just
as well. Biz is one product. You'll find it in your grocery laundry section
with the pre-soak laundry stuff. Remember, you have to soak the area and
then cover it to keep it from drying out. The smelly area must be wet with
the enzyme for 24 hours or more.
Launderable items
On launderable items: put in the washing machine with a cup of vinegar and
no detergent, then wash again as usual.
Concrete
If you have concrete (eg, in the basement) into which urine has been soaked,
this can be difficult to remove, as unsealed concrete is very porous. You
will have to neutralize the urine and then seal the concrete properly. A
specialty cleaning service is probably the best way to properly neutralize
the urine in the concrete. Vinegars and other cleaners may help, but only
temporarily. Odor Mute is reputed to work on concrete. Improving the
ventilation may also help. In extreme cases, pouring another 1/4-1/2 inch
layer of concrete over the original concrete will solve the problem.
Hardwood floors
Hardwood floors that have been stained with urine can be difficult to clean.
First treat with an enzyme-based product such as Nature's Miracle to remove
the odor. You can find wood bleaches and stains at your hardware store: you
may want to consult with one of the employees on what is available. You will
need to remove any varnish or polyurethane from the area, sand it down a
bit, bleach and/or stain it, and then apply the protective coat. There are
also professional companies you can consult. In severely stained cases, you
may have to replace the wood.

whitershadeofpale
November 1st 05, 11:59 PM
I see...

cept for the 1/4, to 1/2" concrete mask...it won't stick / it can, but
I've never seen a thin layer stick

There is a dry mixture called, .concrete vynal patch. this stuff gets
extremely hard and can be put down thinly, it has an epoxy in it.

usually thin concrete put to existing concrete doesn't stick

No More Retail
November 2nd 05, 12:54 AM
We got a bid contract on redoing the concrete with a better more bouncer
coat to make it easy to clean and stand on but it could be months before we
can have it done with a lot of the contract down south or over in the Big
Easy

I just wanted something that you could grab a bottle, spray and don't worry
about it. I guess I am going to have to buy one and try it out at least I
get a black light with it

No More Retail
November 2nd 05, 02:27 AM
I carry one with me when I go to hotels on my travels I end up change room
a couples times most times The management really freaks out when you show
them what their cleaning people are missing. SCARY THOUGHT

whitershadeofpale
November 2nd 05, 02:42 AM
bull****!

thats right

i say bull****

No More Retail
November 2nd 05, 02:44 AM
Haven't tried it on that yet I guess it would glow :-)

5cats
November 6th 05, 10:35 PM
No More Retail wrote:

> And I already know the other home remedies to get rid of urine ;-)
>

Did you try the hydrogen peroxide & baking soda one? Does it work?
http://tinyurl.com/chhrx

Lumpy
November 6th 05, 11:10 PM
"5cats" > wrote in message
...
> No More Retail wrote:
>
> > And I already know the other home remedies to get rid of urine ;-)
> >
>
> Did you try the hydrogen peroxide & baking soda one? Does it work?
> http://tinyurl.com/chhrx

HP works on hardwoods that have gone black from urine. You just
soak paper towels and put them down, let them dry there, repeat. If
you are not careful the spot will get lighter than your actual floors. The
neat thing is, the HP appears to have worked under the polyurethane
on the top of the floors.

No More Retail
November 6th 05, 11:11 PM
I have tried everything just seeing if this product is worth anything