Cat Urine Odor Remover & Deodorizer
When people walk through your door, can they tell right away that you have a cat?
Litter box, cat urine, dander and your cat’s food can really cause a stink.
It’s not your cat’s fault, of course. A cat’s job isn’t to make sure the house is clean and odor free. (It’s to look dignified and plot world domination.)
Still, as fans of fresh air we want to have confidence in how our home smells without polluting the air with chemicals and toxins.
Is that too much to ask? Your pet pals at Oxyfresh don’t think so.
Is Your Cat Odor Problem Worse Than You Think?
As protective pet parents, it’s easy to deny that our clean, polite cats could be such odor-inducers.
But the fact is: it’s human nature for us to become immune to our own smells because we’re around them all the time … and that includes the smells in our home.
If YOU notice bad cat odors in your home, it’s likely much worse for your guests.
7 Tips for Cat Odor Removal
1. Do The Dishes
We can all agree on one thing: no one likes the smell of cat food. If you’re not regularly washing your cat’s food and water bowls, they can permeate that unappetizing cat food smell throughout the house.
2. Change Your Filters
Ever wonder why it seems like once you get rid of pet smells, they start right back up again? If you don’t change your furnace and AC filters frequently, airborne cat odors can get caught in the air filters, recirculating the stench throughout the house.
3. Wash Your Cat’s Toys
It’s not just your cat’s bedding that should be washed frequently to get rid of odors. All those stuffed toys your cat likes to play with should go into the washing machine on a gentle cycle to get rid of the stink.
4. Go on Poop Patrol
The scooper you use to remove cat poop from the litter box? Wash it often, preferably after every use. Old gunk stuck to the scooper can really start to reek. Also, wash the litter box itself once a week. Make sure to dry it thoroughly before you fill it up again with fresh litter.
5. Add Some Greenery to Your Scenery
Many household plants are proven odor-neutralizers … and they make the house look pretty too. Before you stock up on houseplants, you’ll want to make sure your selections are non-toxic to pets. Check out the list of 11 detoxifying plants that are safe for pets.
6. Bust Out the Baking Soda
Leave a box of baking soda out at all times as a natural way to absorb odors. You can also sprinkle baking soda wherever odors are a problem. Sprinkle and leave it to sit for a few hours. Overnight is best. Then vacuum it up. This can often be messy, but it is effective.
7. Use a Cat Deodorizing Spray
This is the quickest and easiest way to get rid of bad cat odors … even those pesky and persistent cat urine smells.
No mess and no cleanup. Just spray and go.
Important: make sure the spray is non-toxic. So many air fresheners and sprays are packed with a potent chemical punch because of their fragrance.
Those artificial fragrances contain hundreds of toxic ingredients. But will you see them listed on the label? No.
The FDA regards fragrance formulas as “proprietary” and therefore protected under trade secret law. (Check out the Natural Resources Defense Council’s study on air fresheners here.)
No wonder the air quality inside the average person’s home is 2-5 times more polluted than the outside air.
Oxyfresh Cat Deodorizer: A Fresh You Can Trust
Oxyfresh has a powerful, non-toxic cat deodorizing spray that quickly and completely gets rid of bad-smelling odors, leaving your home and everything in it blissfully odor-free! No harsh chemicals or fragrances.
Oxyfresh Pet Deodorizer removes odors anywhere they’re a problem: the litter box, curtains, bedding … even those stubborn cat urine smells on the carpet.
This cat deodorizer is so safe and gentle, you can even spray it directly on your pet. More information...
Oxygene® Removes Cat Urine & Other Odors Completely
Cats will urinate in the same spot over and over again because they can smell their original scent. That’s why it’s important to neutralize the odor completely.
This is our safe, non-toxic ingredient inside Oxyfresh Pet Deodorizer that you won't find anywhere else.
Oxygene® dissolves odor-causing compounds on contact, rather than masking odors artificially with harsh chemicals and fragrances (not good for the four-legged OR two-legged members of your family). More information...
How it works: When Oxygene® comes in contact with VSCs (odor-causing) molecules, it oxidizes them and converts them into sulfite ions (odor-free).
Oxygene® is a tasteless and odorless ingredient that your cat will not be able to detect.
With Oxygene®, you get the confidence and peace of mind in having a clean, odor-free home without harsh chemicals.
It’s one of the reasons cat owners, groomers and veterinarians have been using and recommending USA-made Oxyfresh pet care products for more than 30 years.
You’ll love it too! Try Oxyfresh Pet Deodorizer today and open the door to an odor-free home. More information...