Haven't tried it yet, it expired in 2020. Not sure if it is good or not.
For the last 5 months I have had issues with my cat peeing outside box, once I cleaned floors with this product(had to use twice) my cat Reggie started going back in his box. Highly recommended.
I'm annoyed our one of three cats feels the need to continually urinate around the house. We have used Jackson Galaxy's cleaning spray with some success, however I find this urine cleaning regimen with Dr. Elsey's to be an improvement to that, both with the wallet and the end results. No doubt, cat urine sucks and I will not allow my house to smell of cat urine. When I detect it, I tackle it right away and I follow the instructions in Dr. Elsey's booklet to the letter and it works. And sometimes the cat gets the urine on things that no product with work on. This solution is more labor intensive than the other products claim to be, however those do not have lasting results that prevent the cat from peeing on the area again. Dr. Elsey's booklet also says that steps may need to be repeated depending on how long it took the human to detect the 'hot spot'. The sooner you catch it, the fresher it is, the more likely one round of this will suit the situation, but if it's been there for several hours and combined with hot summer weather, you're looking at a two rounder. Don't cut corners with it, because I have done that too and it just ends up more work for me in the end. SO, give it a go if you're willing to put in the work. As with most stinky things in life there is almost never a quick fix. But there can be effective ones. Also, I am 'lazy' person by definition so if I can do it, you can too. Doesn't hurt to put Dr. Elsey's litter attractant in with your litter boxes too each time you scoop and each time you replace the litter altogether. We're more meticulous with our cat box maintenance than we really want to be, but it also prevents new inappropriate urination locations. Go figure, cat urine problems are multi-layered. The things we do for love.
This product does not work at all. It is possibly the worst in the market.
This product was a great disappointment. I have hard wood floors and cats who don't always use their litter box. I used this product, as directed, but found the urine smell to be as strong as it was prior to my using it. When the urine smell wasn't eliminated, I poured the cleaner, undiluted, on the same area of the floor; the smell remained.
I am not sure if this product serves as any deterant for marking urination, but it smells better/more natural, than a lot of the other stuff out there. I like the concept of DR. Elsey's products, so I hope they work. My kitties are particularly hard cases. I have not tried marking the usual marking spots with pheromones yet. That may be the essential key needed to stop the behavior. Meanwhile, Chewy offers the best price for this product, which does remove the cat smell to a human noes.
I have 7 cats in a 4,400 sq. ft. house. I was mortified that someone had sprayed in my master bathroom and I have company coming over for the holidays. I never want people walking in my house saying "it smells like cats". I used this product and cleaned my whole bathroom with it as I didn't know the exact spot. I am impressed. My bathroom smells MARVELOUS again!!!
Dr. Elsey's cat urine removal program is actually pretty good. I didn't have high hopes for it, but it seems to have neutralized the corner of the room that my cat likes to take potty breaks in. That area of the room has laminate flooring and base moulding that would become soaked in urine if her litterbox was not kept sparkling clean at all times. Along with litter box maintenance, this solution seemed to get to small areas that needed to be neutralized.
I haven't really noticed a difference when I used it. The smell is still there. I'm not really impressed with this product compared to others I've used before.
My kitty had an accident when he didn't have access to his litter box and this cleaning solution took care of the smell. The solution even smells great! A little bit goes a long way