How to Get Rid of Cat Pee Smell on Ceramic?
Wondering how to get rid of cat urine smell from ceramic, slate or porcelain tiles? You might be surprised to learn that it’s not the tiles themselves that smell of cat pee. It’s the grout and tile joints. These porous surfaces can absorb all sorts of odors – especially cat urine.
The good news is that there’s an easy solution for getting rid of the strong cat urine smell once and for all.
How to eliminate cat pee smell from ceramic floors and tiles
You can clean your ceramic tiles all you want, but if the cat urine has seeped into the grout, the only way to get rid of the cat pee smell completely is with a cat urine odor neutralizer like Purodora Lab Urine Odor Neutralizer.
To get cat pee smell out of ceramic, slate or porcelain tiles
- Transfer Urine Odor Neutralizer to a squirt bottle and apply directly to grout.
- Wipe off any excess product with a damp cloth.
- Allow grout to air dry. No need to rinse.
And that’s it – no more cat urine smell in your ceramic tiles!
Gravity works on urine, too, which means it may have seeped deep into the grout – especially if your cat has urinated on this same spot more than once. If Purodora Lab Urine Odor Neutralizer doesn’t get 100% rid of the urine smell, it means the product didn’t come into contact with all the odor-causing molecules in the urine. Simply repeat the treatment until the smell is completely gone.
Also make sure you’re treating the entire area the cat has peed on. If necessary, get down on your knees and use your nose to sniff out any areas you might have missed. It’s better to treat a larger than necessary area than to miss some of the urine.
Why use Purodora Lab Urine Odor Neutralizer
- Gets rid of stubborn cat urine odors – even if they’ve been around for months or years!
- Doesn’t mask odors like some other products; it neutralizes them completely on contact
- Easy to use – just squirt and walk away
- 1 treatment usually does the trick, but can be used as needed
- Alcohol-based – neutralizes odors on contact and then evaporates quickly to leave surfaces dry; no risk of mold
- Won’t degrade grout or discolor ceramic, slate or porcelain tiles, even with regular use
- Safe for people, pets and the environment
- Can also be used on fabrics, wood and countless other surfaces that smell of urine
- Leaves a fresh citrus scent
- Works equally well on human urine and all pet urine (dogs, horses, rodents, etc.)
So long cat pee smell on ceramic!
Getting rid of strong cat pee smell on ceramic and other tiles really is that quick and easy.
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Get to the source of the problem
Cats are instinctively clean and will rarely do their business anywhere other than in their litter box, unless they have reason to do so. If urinating outside the litter box becomes a recurring problem, you might want to take a closer look at your cat’s behavior to see if there’s an underlying issue. It could be a medical condition that’s causing your cat to lose bladder control – or simply a change in its daily routine. If in doubt about your cat’s health, consult a veterinarian, just to be sure!
Here’s to your home smelling good again!
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