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I have found a product called "Nature's Miracle" at Petco. Have used it for years! It is an enzymatic cleaner. It gets out any bio stain and smell, tee-tee, vomit, etc.

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    I have found a product called "Nature's Miracle" at
    Petco. Have used it for years! It is an enzymatic
    cleaner. It gets out any bio stain and smell, tee-tee,

    vomit, etc.
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    Walmart carries the Ozium spray, and it works AWESOME! It even works at
    getting smoky smells out of hotel room that "say they're NON SMOKING"
    We've used it for years!

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    I like to use OdoBan or a product called Simple Solutions in PetSmart or Petco.
    It is guaranteed to work and it does.
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    Hi,

    I've used a product called Quick N' Brite. I've been using it for years. I
    have used Nature's Miracle, but didn't like the results. Quick N' Brite has
    always done better. It comes in a concentrate form, so I blend it and keep it
    ready to use in an old Dawn dishsoap bottle. You heat it up for about 1
    minute in the microwave and the apply it directly to the stains. It blots the
    stains up right away. I've even gone back over old stains and it lifts them
    too.



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    Hi there
    There are many enzymatic products on the market including Nature's Miracle. The best is called Anti-icky poo by Mister Max, it's good for ALL SORTS of things (like getting blood out) but it's expensive and only available through a distributor. He WILL still stink for a bit after he's neutered. Also for some cats it becomes a learned behavior and neutering doesn't stop it, one of the reasons we reccomend neutering before they start! Good Luck!

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    I use borax for just about everything. I don't have a cat (allergic)
    but it says you can pour it directly onto the spot, let it sit and then
    vacuum it up. Borax is a naturally occurring mineral compound and is a
    disinfectant and a deodorizer. I have a toddler that is going through
    potty training and we've used borax in the steam cleaner. It has done
    an amazing job (and we're talking cream berber here!) You can usually
    find it in the grocery store, green box, called 20 Mule Team Borax.
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    I have a male cat and we are getting him fixed in about a week or less.
    But he is stinking up the house spraying. I need some suggestions of
    things to use to kill the smell and suggestions of what some of you
    have done to help clean up those areas and get rid of the odor. I can't
    wait till he gets fixed and we should have done this earlier.

    Bleach and water is the best.... I have 30 cats, a few sprayers... I do know odor and bleach and water knocks it out....
    and you can get discount spay/neuter discounts if you are not lucky enough to have low cost neuter in your area (we don't have it here) at friendsofanimals.org

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    We bought a gallon of Nature?s Miracle at Petco-it is a bit on the pricy side, but great for places that cannot use bleach and water?

    Have found that clothes in the washing machine can use about ? -1 cup of Simple Green and that works too.

    Got this from a dear friend who did cat rescue ~trina~

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