How To Get Pet Urine Out Of Carpet

We love our pets but we don’t love it when they cause accidents on the carpet. There are two steps to remove urine stains or odors from carpet. The first step involves removing the stain and then the second is getting rid the odor. It is easy to remove urine stains and smells from cat and dog urine using household products or professional cleaning products.


It is important to remove the urine spot from carpet quickly so that it doesn’t become a permanent stain. It can be difficult to remove urine from carpet. Urine is a strong acid that crystallizes over time and then becomes alkaline. Our tips and tricks make it much easier to clean up. These are some ways to cleaning pet urine from rug.

How to remove urine spots (or odors) from carpets using household ingredients.

  • Use white towels to clean – To prevent color transfer during blotting, we recommend white towels.
  • Hydrogen peroxide 33% This milder version of chlorine bleach helps kill germs and is safe for fabric. It is an oxidizing agent which makes it useful for removing stains and odor-causing bacteria. We recommend hydrogen peroxide 33% as it can cause color loss.
  • Empty spray bottle – To ensure safety, make sure that spray bottles are free of any residues before you use them.
  • Liquid Dishwashing Detergent – This helps to lift spots on carpets and other fabrics.
  • Cold water
  • White vinegar The white vinegar helps to remove the urine uric acid and eliminates the smell.
  1. Use Hydrogen peroxide. Fill a spray bottle with hydrogen oxide 3%. Spray the stain. Spray directly on the carpet, if you don’t have a spray can. Allow it to dry.
  2. Blot all You Can. – Use a towel to absorb the liquid before it reaches the carpet pad or subflooring.
  3. Create Cleaning Solutions & Blot – Next, combine 2 cups of water with 1 teaspoon liquid dish soap in an empty spray jar. The solution should be sprayed on the affected area. Let it sit for about 1-2 minutes. Blot the towel with a clean white towel. Blot as many times as necessary.
  4. Rinse With Cold Water Next, flush the area with cold water and then blot it with as much pressure until it dries.
  5. Cleanse the area with white vinegar and then blot. Blot as much vinegar as possible. Before you walk on the area, let it dry completely.

Use our spot remover to clean your home. Here’s the complete guide:

  • Stanley Steemer Spot Removal – Our cleaner has a neutral pH and is safe for carpet. It can also be used to treat wicking marks, which are spots that appear again after carpet is dried.
  • White towels – These towels can also be used to show how much urine has been removed.
  • Water
  1. Blot all You Can Before you use our solution, make sure to blot as much urine out as possible with a clean, dry towel.
  2. Spray Our Solution First, use Stanley Steemer Spot Remover. Shake well before turning the spray nozzle on. Spray the spot until it is wet.
  3. Let Solution: Let the stain sit for at least 2-4 minutes. Then, use a towel to wipe it up, moving inward from the edges.
  4. Wash and Blot – Clean the affected area with warm water, then blot it with a clean, absorbent towel.
  5. Continue– Keep going until the stain is gone.
  6. Dry Let the carpet air dry before you walk over it.


You don’t want the odor to persist after the stain has been removed. Here’s a quick solution: Use our Odor Out Plus to get rid of pet urine smells from carpet.

To get the urine stench from carpet, here are the steps and what you should do:

  • Stanley Steemer Odor out Plus This treatment uses natural bacterial enzyme activity to digest organic smells like urine. This removes the odor from the source, rather than masking it by fragrances. The enzyme also works in conjunction with a pairing agent, which provides immediate relief from any odors as the enzyme is working within the carpet.
  • White towels
  • Water
  1. Check that the Area is Dry Before you apply this deodorizing product, ensure that it is completely dry.
  2. Spray Our Solution Next, shake out our Odor Out Plus and apply liberally to the affected area.
  3. Apply the Solution to Carpet – Use a towel to press the solution into carpet fibers.
  4. Keep the Area Moist– The solution should be kept moist for at least 24 hours. This can be done by covering the affected area with a damp cloth.
  5. Dry Let the solution dry for 24 hours before you walk over the carpet.

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