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I’m wondering how your cat smell issue is going! I have a nose that smells things even when there’s nothing to smell. I use white vinegar a lot and for the most part it really helps.
When I had this problem (with my 14 year old dalmation) white vinegar worked very well. I thought I would have to replace the carpet, but I didn’t. It may work better on dog urine than cat urine.
I’m not sure.
Please don’t use Febreeze as it irritates the lungs of many of us. It only covers smells. White vinegar neutralizes cat urine smell, although after a while I smell vinegar and think it is urine!
I love the tea tree oil idea. Will try it soon.