Best Enzyme Carpet Cleaner For Dog Urine in 2020
Rocco & Roxie Supply Professional Strength Stain and Odor Eliminator, Enzyme-Powered Pet Odor and Stain Remover for Dogs and Cat Urine, Spot Carpet Cleaner for Small Animal, 32 oz.
Natureâ€™s Miracle Stain and Odor Remover Dog, Odor Control Formula
- SPOT STAIN & ODOR REMOVER: Begins to break down and remove stains immediately on contact.
- LIGHT CITRUS SCENT: Dog odor control formula gets your home smelling clean again.
- ENZYMATIC FORMULA: Continues working as long as any bio-based mess is still present.
- TRUSTED BRAND: From the maker of Nature’s Miracle products, the pet stain and odor removing brand you trust… because it works!
- SAFE FOR PETS AND HOME: When used and stored as directed, this formula can be used around your pets.
- Fast-acting formula clings to surfaces to break down and remove embedded dirt and debris
Bubbas Super Strength Concentrate Pet Odor Eliminator Carpet Shampoo Solution | Odor and Stain Remover Pet Carpet Cleaner | Urine Odor Remover Enzyme Cleaner for Cat Urine and Dog Pee Stains and Odors
- Top Customer Rated Carpet Shampoo Cleaner-Other Odor and Stain Removers Fail Where We Succeed. Our Carpet Cleaner Solution Uses 1oz of Detergent Per Gallon of Water in Any Carpet Cleaning Machine
- Professional Commercial Grade Cleaning Solutions for Home Use- Great as a Cat Urine Odor Remover, Pet Stain Remover. Removes Cat Odor, Dog Odor and Eliminates Tough Urine Smell Stains in Carpet
- Use In Any National Brand Carpet Shampooer- Can Be Used In Bissell, Hoover, Rug Doctor or any Cleaning Machines. Also Use as Area Rug Cleaner or Upholstery Cleaner for Pet Stains and Odors
- Most Carpet Cleaners Require The Use of More Carpet Cleaning Detergent. Ours is Very Concentrated - Economical. Most Carpet Shampooing Jobs Will Only Use 1 to 3 oz of Solution Per Room for Cleaning.
- A Simple Solution for Green Carpet Cleaning-All Our Pet Cleaners are Guaranteed-Love It or Your Money Back. Proudly Made in USA and Used in Hotels, Indoor Dog Kennels and Other Commercial Facilities.
Angry Orange Pet Odor Eliminator for Dog and Cat Urine, Makes 1 Gallon of Solution for Carpet, Furniture and Floor Stains
- Get rid of the toughest pet odors: Angry Orange is a commercial grade citrus pet odor remover
- Safe And Non Toxic: Angry Orange pet urine odor remover is derived from the oil found in orange peels; biodegradable and non-toxic
- Makes (4) 32 Ounce Spray Bottles: 1 gallon of pet odor remover and carpet cleaner solution from our 8 ounce bottle
- Multiple Uses: Angry Orange odor eliminator for home can be used on carpets and tile; combats cat odor in litter boxes; removes pet odor in the yard and kennel surfaces; ammonia and methane odors; and anywhere else pet odor waste is a problem
- Customer Satisfaction: If you ever have an issue with this item we will send you a replacement on us, no questions asked
ANGRY ORANGE 24 oz Ready-to-Use Citrus Pet Odor Eliminator Pet Spray - Urine Remover and Carpet Deodorizer for Dogs and Cats
- FIERCE & FRESH: All-natural & super-powerful Cat and Dog stain deodorizer
- URINE ODOR REMOVER SOLUTION: Our formula smells like fresh oranges because it is MADE from oranges!
- READY TO USE: No more mixing! Use this pet stain remover directly on dog pee, cat urine or solid waste
- STRONG AND SAFE: This pet spray has 2X more odor fighting power. Safe to use around your pets and children
- MULTIPURPOSE DEODORIZER: Works on carpet, tile, wood floors, driveways, litter boxes, grass, pens, and more
Nilodor Bio-Enzymatic Urine Digester with Odor Neutralizer, Original Fragrance -1 Gallon (128 ZYM)
- Digests and eliminates odors at the source
- Bio-Enzymatic with an odor neutralizer that works around the clock
- Can be used on hard surface or carpeting
- Mop or spray around urinals and commodes
- Original Fragrance is approved by the Carpet and Rug Institute
Woolite Pet Stain and Odor Remover Plus Oxy, 22oz (Pack of 2), 2834
- Woo lite Pet Stain + Odor Remover Carpet Cleaner can discourage pets from re-soiling the carpets and can keep them odor free.
- Removes stains permanently
- Long lasting fresh smell
- Woo lite Pet Stain + Odor Remover Carpet Cleaner uses Pherobloc technology to clean carpets and leave a fresh smell after use. The pets can be discouraged to soil the carpet again with the use of this cleaner. The oxygen in the cleaner cuts through the stains and can preserve the fabric from damage.
Nature's Miracle Deep Cleaning Pet Stain and Odor Carpet Shampoo 64oz (1/2 Gallon)
- Low-foaming formula is designed to be used with any water-based carpet cleaning machine or steam cleaner
- Penetrates deep into carpet fibers to allow extraction of new and old stains, odors and allergens
- Contains bio-enzymatic odor locking technology for permanent and superior odor removal
- Color-bright formula with rug conditioners and brighteners
- Packaging may vary
Bio Dog Active Stain & Odor Remover - Enzyme Cleaner & Stain Remover for Carpet, Rugs & Fabric â€“ eliminates Urine Odor (32 oz Spray & 1 gal Refill) (Pack of 2)
- Permanently eliminates tough stains and unpleasant odors from urine, feces, vomit, scent markings, dirt, blood and more
- Use on porous surfaces such as carpet, rugs, pet bedding, fabric, upholstery, clothing, curtains, Auto upholstery, crates, tile, finished wood, laminates, concrete and more
- Uses powerful, natural enzymes to eliminate odors at the source rather than cover them up
- Non-toxic formula is safer for use around pets
- Eliminates new, old and set-in stains
Natureâ€™s Miracle Advanced Stain and Odor Eliminator Dog, For Severe Dog Messes, 1 Gallon, Updated Formula
- Enzymatic formula for severe messes
- Discourages re-soiling by removing the odor of the toughest messes
- For use on carpets, hard floors, furniture, clothing and more
- Light fresh scent
- age range description: Adult
- included components: PHL309579
Product Review: ProKlean Leather Cleaner
Review of the ProKlean Leather Cleaner for removing pet urine.
It all started a few months ago when my cat, who shall remain anonymous, developed a urinary tract infection. As a result of this illness, he began urinating in, shall we say, more creative places - the baseboards, the walls, the door of my child's bedroom. But his absolute favorite place to let loose was, unfortunately, our brown leather recliner. He urinated there more than a few times. Each time I would soak up the urine and then clean with a damp cloth, for fear of doing any damage to the leather. The paint-peeling smell of feline urine, however, remained firmly entrenched in the seat. Nothing like having your living room smell like the vet's waiting room.
So I began searching for a urine removal product. Many of the off-the-shelf brands cautioned that they were not for use on leather. But one night, an Internet search revealed a unique product - ProKlean's Leather Cleaner, a formula made specifically for removing urine odor from leather. At $34.95 + shipping for a 16-oz bottle, it seemed pricey. But it was either this, or throw out my recliner. Besides, the testimonials on ProKlean's website seemed so convincing. I bit the bullet and ordered.
It was a very exciting day when the cleaner landed in my mailbox. I tore open the box and immediately headed for the recliner, which at this point had begun to smellify the whole living room. The bottle was your average plastic spray bottle, with an interesting cartoon genie on the front (I guess he can make all my cleaning wishes come true?). The clear liquid inside smelled pleasant enough, not too strong. No allusions were made as to the ingredients, but I figured at $35 a bottle, it was probably some kind of super-secret proprietary formula. Cool!
Per the online instructions, I applied the cleaner liberally in a 75-degree room, using a black light to find the urine spots. I closed my cat (who had been hungrily eyeing the recliner) in the bedroom and let it dry completely overnight.
The next day I got up bright and early to inspect what I hoped was a stink-free recliner. I aimed my nose towards the leather. REEK. The smell had not changed one bit, except for partially taking on the mild fragrance of the cleaner. But still, I didn't give up hope, especially since my kitty had taken multiple leaks on the recliner and there were probably quite a few layers of dried pee to be reckoned with.
I tried again. And again and again, until the bottle was almost empty. No change. I shelved the ProKlean Leather Cleaner and went back to damp cloths and dry towels to dilute and soak up the urine. To rub it in, my cat peed on the chair a few more times. I began to wonder how many Freecycle takers I'd have for a urine-soaked leather chair.
The Post-Mortem: Strange Customer Service Follow-Up
I'd long written off the ProKlean Leather Cleaner by August 9, when an email from ProKlean showed up in my email inbox. A representative named "Cathy" wanted to know how the stuff had worked. Not being one to lie, I told her that it had not helped, not even a little. Six minutes after responding, I got another email asking for a "complete urine history," to include the names of any other cleaning products that I might have used on the stain before buying the ProKlean. I gladly obliged.
Over the next couple of days, Cathy peppered me with e-mailed questions - What brand of black light did I use? What brand of furniture was it? How did I maintain the leather before the urination occurred, and what was the brand name of the leather conditioner I used? What were the ingredients in the leather conditioner?
Can you see where this is going? It seemed to me that ProKlean was playing a game of "gotcha" - they would continue to ask questions until they found some kind of shortcoming that would lay the blame squarely on my shoulders and distract from the fact that their Leather Cleaner was simply ineffective on my chair's urine odor. Now mind you, the product came with no guarantee, so I wasn't expecting a refund. I was, however, interested to see how they would discredit me.
It didn't take long. I quickly received an email saying that they had "done some research" on my particular brand of leather conditioner (Obenauf's Leather Oil, for those interested) and found that one of its properties is to repel water, making the leather impermeable to their miracle cleaner. Mink oil, they said, would have been a better conditioner. Okaayyy...never mind that I was using a widely-respected leather conditioning product, at a time when my cat had never even ventured near the recliner. Let's also forget that some sources say mink oil is a no-no for leather. I really should have consulted the experts at ProKlean when I first purchased the recliner. You know, just in case my mostly well-behaved cat got sick and decided to pee on it one day. What was I thinking?!? (end sarcasm here)
Upon hearing their explanation, I suggested they note on their website that their cleaner might not work unless a very specific set of conditions were met before using the product. They, in turn, pointed me to a shadowy corner of their (less-than-user-friendly) website, which cautioned against using multiple cleaning products on a single area. "Choose your cleaning products wisely," it warned. No mention whatsoever of leather conditioners.
Not once did I receive an apology from ProKlean - not even a half-hearted "Sorry it didn't work for you." I was unimpressed with their product, but even more unimpressed with their odd, defensive responses to the customer feedback that they had asked for. I got the impression that their follow-up emails were sent for the sole purpose of adding more testimonials to their website, rather than actually hearing about their customers' experiences.
So, to recap:
1. ProKlean Leather Cleaner isn't cheap.
2. It claims to remove urine odors from leather but may not do so if a) You have used other cleaners on the spot, b) You have used certain types of leather conditioners prior to the urination occurring, or c) Mercury is in retrograde at the moment you spray it on your furniture. (Okay, so I'm joking on the last one, but you get my point.)
3. If you buy the product and don't have a positive experience, be prepared to defend yourself and your cleaning habits in exquisitely minute detail.
4. If you have a situation similar to mine, where you have used a leather conditioner on the furniture previously, you'd probably be better off spending the $34.95 on some absorbent towels. I've found that folding the towels and tucking them into the crevices of the recliner (to create pressure and draw out urine) works better at reducing the stink than anything else I've tried.
So that's my story. I hope the information within this review remains completely irrelevant to you for all of your days.