Nature's Miracle - Urine Destroyer 32 Oz
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<h2>Nature's Miracle Products - "Just for Cats" Urine Destroyer</h2><p>Specially formulated urease producing bacteria targets strong cat urine </p><p>Removes yellow stains & residue left behind by urine & spraying </p><p>Formula continues to work until all traces of urine and urine odor are eliminated </p><p>"Odor-Lock"™" </p><p>Good size for animals that are incontinent, sick daily, or prone to accidents </p><ul></ul>
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Problem: My yorkie has used a hidden location in a spare bedroom as an infrequent squat stop. It went unnoticed for several weeks until I noticed the smell. Soon as I saw it, I screamed "urine trouble!" (Not really.)
I immediately went out and bought a $300 carpet steam cleaner with 5 stars here on Amazon. It kinda worked. I bought a similarly reviewed $70 hand held spot steam cleaner. I've tried every special edition of Spot Shot, Resolve and steam cleaner secret sauce: pet stain, deep clean, pet safe, high traffic, pet killer, twin engine, unleaded, etc.
All of them kind of worked. Kind of. It was still stinky and there were still yellow shades. Remember, these are multiple overlapping stains at what appear to imply varying levels of hydration which I find insulting because my dog always has fresh water. I digress.
Since chemistry and science failed, I went with the old ex-wive's tale silly remedies like different combinations I'd seen that use vinegar or baking soda or red wine or something. None of that worked. (Side note: baking soda will actually fade your carpet if you leave it on longer then a few hours. My pain. Your gain.)
Then I found this stuff! Keep in mind, the label says something to the effect of "use me first because that other stuff will just set the stain in." Being a veteran of the Carpet Wars, I knew this meant "have low expectations. This stuff is as dubious as that other chemicals you put on what could loosely be called 'carpet' at this point."
If you're listening: Have some confidence in your product, Nature's Miracle! This stuff got it up. Not some. All. Gone. Forever. Wow!
Pro tip: Get yourself a new plastic one gallon pesticide sprayer from the garden center of your home store. Remember, you can splurge and get this $15 back saver because you're reading this review and won't have spent money on the carcinogens with broom and brush attachments.
Pump up the sprayer and let it rip for five to ten seconds on each spot. Nature's Miracle suggests you drown the spot but that wasn't necessary for me. The mister on a pesticide sprayer is very fine which made consumption a bit more conservative. I knew I had enough when the spot went from yellow to the wet version of my normal carpet color. That's correct. It was the kind of magic that usually involves stem cells or a rooster offering.
I left it on for an hour because the label says it's okay for "deep stains" and I knew they were talking directly to me. Patting it dry would have been sufficient but I used my $300 scrub brush (i.e., steam "cleaner") on half of the area and that worked well but not significantly. (At least I got to use electricity.)
That's it. This review is over. Longest review I've ever written. Woo!
Addendum: Adding all of those chemicals to my carpet never resulted in a chemical fire or chlorine gas spill though I'm sure I probably have rickets or halitosis.
I was drawn to it because of the size of the bottle and the price. I just use a rag or a paper towel to wipe up what I can, then I put this over the spot where she went. I do use my carpet shampooer after that, but I don't necessarily need to. I absolutely cannot smell it after that.
I also used it for stain removal. I had some spots I didn't find in time, and it stained our cream-colored carpet. I put this on that area and left it for about 10 minutes, then used our carpet shampooer. No more stains!
This is a fantastic brand, and I love how it doesn't cost an arm and a leg. I've paid four or five times as much for stuff that didn't work, but this stuff does. I highly recommend it.
Sprinkled baking soda all over the carpet and left for a few hours then vacuumed it up.
Poured the gallon of Urine Destroyer in a watering can and drenched the carpet. (I did all our problem areas.)
I left for about 20 minutes. I figured the longer, the better.
Used my carpet cleaner to suck up the urine destroyer. It's very important to get it back out of the carpet, along with all the odors the stuff is working to neutralize. Otherwise, it still just sitting there and the smell will come back.
Smell is 85% gone. It's been a week and it's still gone. Not to shabby.