Tips For Removing Pet Urine Odors From Your Concrete Floor

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Tips For Removing Pet Urine Odors From Your Concrete Floor

28 May 2018
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When your furry companions have potty accidents in your home, the smell can become overwhelming. One thing that can be difficult is removing the urine odors from concrete flooring. If you're trying to remove pet odors from concrete, you can get a step ahead by learning a few tips to help you get the job done right. Here, you'll learn some of those pet odor removal tips.

Clear the Space

Chances are, if your pet is going to the bathroom in the open spaces, he or she is probably doing it along the furniture, shelving units and bins that you have stored in the area. Before you can begin treating the odor, you must clear the space. There's no point in going through all of the work to remove the odors if you aren't going to take the time to clean it all up right.

Sweep the Floor Well

Get an older broom that you don't mind running through any urine that remains on the floor. Sweep as much of the dirt and dust off of the floor. If you allow the dirt and dust to remain as you clean, you'll make it much more difficult not only for yourself, but for the cleaner to reach every piece of the concrete that you're trying to clean.

Treat with Urine Enzyme Cleaner

There are a number of products to choose from when it comes to urine enzyme cleaner. One great product is Nature's Miracle. This product needs to be applied directly to the concrete surface – do not dilute it! Pour it onto a section of the floor and use a deck brush to work it into the concrete and spread it out. Don't skimp on the cleaner – it will need to soak into the concrete to kill the urine enzymes that have been absorbed deep into the concrete.

If the urine smell is really bad, cover the floor with plastic sheets to slow the drying process. As the cleaner dries, it will kill the enzymes that are causing most of the odors. It can take entire days to dry fully, but when it's done, things will be better.

Seal the Concrete

Now that you've removed the pet odors from the concrete, you need to seal it. Doing so will help prevent the urine from soaking into the concrete again and forcing you to go through all of this work again in the near future.

If you don't have the energy, time or desire to get through this process on your own, contact your local pet odor removal company. They will do all the work for you and leave your home smelling pet free.