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How to remove Dog urine smell

Do you have problems with dog urine odor in carpet, your vehicle and other areas? Dog urine can be very challenging to remove unless you know the insider methods. Supermarket and Pet store odor removal products just aren’t strong enough to break down the components of urine and we know how frustrating that can be. That is why 12 years ago I put together a technique that really works. Here is a step by step on how a professional odor remover gets rid of dog urine odor permanently and easily!

Ken The Odor Dude

Ken The Odor Dude

Hi It is Ken The Odor Dude here.
After over 12 years of removing dog urine smell out of carpet I am pleased to share with you the easy and simple technique that we use when we professionally clean carpets and other things like concrete floors, vehicles, furniture, shoes, floors, curtains and so on

The secret to removing the dog urine is to break down the urine first then extract it out with a wet vacuum or just use towels to soak it up . It works like a charm and anybody can do this.

The best thing is you can use inexpensive household chemicals to remove even the worst odor and the stain. WE have a 4 part chemical that you can make yourself easily and effectively and we have used it daily for 12 years. It works amazingly and you can use it to.

I just want to say we are very happy with Kens techniques. Being breeders of dogs, we have a room in our home devoted to and used as a puppy nursery. This room is cleaned several times a day but there was still a terrible doggy smell. We had tried numerous domestic and commercial products spending countless $$$. There was not one of those products that worked and after implementing Kens techniques I can no longer detect any dog smell and my friends have commented that they are surprised that they to can not smell any doggy odors either. Our home smells fresh and clean. We love this stuff and you will too!
Paula and Graeme
Sharon, Mass.

Step One. (this is the bit most people get wrong)

How do I find where the urine is?

Learn to identify where the urine is properly using our insider trick.

Finding the actual contamination’s can be very tricky. A humans nose can become acclimatised and this makes it difficult to locate the actual area where the odor is. Urine is best detected by mixing some of the formula that we promote on this website and spraying it around the floor until you see white foaming. It will look like the image below where I have sprayed the floor and waited for the chemicals to react. Around 3-5 minutes is fine. The area where the urine contamination is can be seen clearly in white as the urine has reacted with the formulation. A simple way to find the actual contamination correctly. If there is no foam there won’t be urine there.

Dog or cat urine in the floor reacting with chemicals

Dog or cat urine in the floor reacting with chemicals after a light spray

Step Two Removing Dog Urine Odor From Carpet (Shown by professional odor remover)

Treat the affected area with a generous amount of our urine neutralizing formulation. Douse it with plenty of the product. We use our own formulation which I recommend and it is very cheap to make. About 1/20th of the price of products in the shop and only contains 4 chemicals that you most likely have in your home already.

Removing dog urine smells in carpet

The professionals secret is to put down as much chemical as there is urine and as it is so cheap to make you don’t need to worry about wasting it. Be generous!

Step 3

How much chemical should you use?

The answer is apply as much chemical as there was urine. If you cat peed there and it was once then you will only need a small amount (around 1/2 cup) . If you cat or dog peed 20 times there you will need much more (x 20) approximately. What we do is apply the chemical and wait 5-10 minutes. We then apply it again. If there is no foaming we know we have solved the problem.

If the floor foams up again you know you need to apply more chemical as there is more urine then chemical. I hope that makes sense. in other words you need as much chemical as there is urine in the floor.
Below is pictured a severe case of dog urine and note how much foaming there is. This took 5 applications with extraction before we were able to remove all the urine.

Severe Dog Urine Contamination

Severe Dog urine odor second application

Step Four

Remove the excess foam and residues with a wet vac (flush it with warm water and then extract it up) If you want a life saver around the house then these vacuums are very good. Measure your results by sniffing the treated area after 10 minutes or so. If you can still smell dog or cat urine then apply another treatment of chemical. If you have a minor contamination then the smell will be totally gone after one treatment as the chemical breaks down all the urine without damaging the carpet.

If you have a regular problem then mix the stuff up and have it in a bucket in your garage ready for use.

Dog urine even if it is old dog urine will still be able to be removed .

I learned many years ago how to get dog urine smell out of carpet when I was working as a professional odor remover. The company I worked for had a range of products for getting dog and cat urine smell out of carpet and these expensive chemicals were very ineffective. I had a background in chemicals so I was able to experiment with various simple formulations to see what was the most effective for removing dog urine smells. I discovered that using simple household chemicals was safe for carpet and highly effective.

The secret is though to get the right mix and the right ingredients.

When we do work we also share tips with the dog owners of how to get dog urine smell out of carpet and how to to train your dog not to urinate inside the house.

Unfortunately these days we have carpet and carpet is so porous and absorbent making it a challenge to remove urine from.
Dog urine odors can be so upsetting and destructive to a family home and the worst thing is your beloved pet is not urinating intentionally to upset you. There are many reasons why dogs urinate inside a home but let’s not get into that now. All you need to know is how to remove the urine smells from carpet, furniture, concrete and other areas instantly and effectively

Are you sick of searching for a solution to your dog urine smells online?I want to reassure you that you need not search for a solution any longer as I will help you with my personal tips and techniques to give you the best solution that is guaranteed to get rid of the dog urine smell easily and effectively today and it won’t cost you a penny to join my members area. With in my members area I sell my formulations for removing dog urine odor.

Why am I doing this ?

I get so frustrated by misinformation and poor techniques on the internet and I also get sick of cleaning up the home DIY methods that continue to fail so I decided to put this website up and reveal my methods.

This is 1000’s of hours of experience compacted into simple step by step lessons and videos for you and today you can access this information.

here is some feedback

Severe Cat Urine in rug.
This is nothing short of a miracle! Our shaggy rug has been used as an indoor toilet stop for our 5 cats for the last 6 months. I have tried almost everything on the market to treat pet urine including the usual recommendations of vinegar, baking soda and several so called miracle substances. Nothing had worked and I was always left with a slightly changed version of the original smell.. I was at my wits end and ready to throw out the rug as I considered it too contaminated to ever be cleaned. The result is miraculous! I now have a very clean and fresh smelling rug – no trace of pee odor at all. I am extremely impressed and would recommend this to even the most skeptical. This is the only thing I can find that has delivered as promised – I should know I have tried almost all of them!



Having had experience with the enduring aroma of cat urine in our previous house, and the many failed attempts at trying to eradicate it completely using various products that claim success in this area, I was more than a little upset when returning home in my nearly new car after a visit to the vet with our cat, the aforementioned animal decided to empty its bladder on the car seat. I knew from experience that it was virtually impossible to remove the smell of cats urine and I had visions of climbing into the car on a hot summer’s day and being overwhelmed with the odor.

I should now say the smell “was” virtually impossible to remove. After returning home I immediately searched Google for a remedy to my problem. I found it here. The smell entirely disappeared and now, two weeks later, there is still no trace of it which, as far as I am concerned, proves its worth as I have tried other products in the past which temporarily mask the smell but as they wear off the smell returns.

This the only permanent solution I have found.

Chris Martin