Urine Off Cat & Kitten Formula Stain & Odor Remover, 32-oz bottle

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  • Made in the USA.
  • This non-toxic formula uses a unique bio-enzymatic cleaning technology that directly targets cat and kitten urine to eliminate stains and odors from carpets and rugs, and other household surfaces. When used as directed, it’s safe to use around people and pets.
  • This USDA Certified Biobased Product (74% biobased) leaves surfaces smelling fresh and clean.
  • The Carpet and Rug Institute’s Seal of Approval means this solution is safe to use on rugs and carpets. It can also be used on a variety of other surfaces including hardwood, tile, concrete and more!
  • Formulated without bleach or chlorine, this stain and odor remover is crafted with only the highest quality ingredients. It’s earth friendly and environmentally safe.

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LifestageKittenAdultKittenAdult, KittenAdult, Kitten
Top IngredientsWater, Glucoside, Potassium Hydroxide...Water, Bio-Enzymatic Odor-Locking technology, Oxygen Boosters...Purified Water, Sodium Tripolyphosphate, Glycerin...
Cleaner UsageFurniture/Upholstery, Bedding, CarpetFabric, CarpetCarpet, Furniture/Upholstery, Hard Surface, FabricFurniture/Upholstery, Litter Box, Clothing/Laundry

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Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By SatisfiedCustomer on Jul 21, 2022

Berkeley's Human

I've been using UO for more than a decade. The first time was when I took my 6-mo-old cat for a drive to get him used to the car. He sat on my lap, never uttered a sound, but released his fears on me. I felt the warmth spread over my legs and into the seat of my car. (I swear, he must have drank six beers before we left the house, because it just kept c-o-m-i-n-g!). After a bunch of research, I purchased Urine Off and successfully soaked the car seat to the point that I only caught a faint whiff on the rarest of occasions (which was a huge feat; I was living in Louisiana at the time, and humidity brings out the worst of smells). Fast forward 11 years. Now my Beloved is starting to have kidney issues, and he's peeing on the floor of my apartment. I don't notice until there are 6 large, dried-up spots (he's an 18-lb-cat). A very generous dousing of 1.5 gallons of product later, the smell of urine is pretty much replaced with the fresh odor of UO. Three months after I put him down, I bring home a new kiddo. I pull out my black light, to ensure that he is not adding to the old artwork and am horrified to discover that, although the previous spots don't have an odor (detectable to humans), they are still ugly green under the black light! Phase two: spritz all spots with water, cover with pine pellets (press them in). Once the sawdust has dried, vacuum. Viola! Green patches have faded to the point that the landlord would not notice them. I recommend purchasing Urine Off formula, together with the Urine Off black light, especially if you have cats. The first light I purchased from a petstore showed all the places he had hacked up fur balls, but NOT the urine! Cat urine is at a different frequency than dog urine. Or peuk.