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Cleaning Process for Inappropriate Cat Urination

Updated on March 15, 2014

Is Cleaning Process Important to Solve Litter Box Problem

Litter box problem is very common problem for cats. They usually refuse to urinate inside the litter boxes, and you probably do not know what you need to do to stop this problem. Let me tell you something. Cats are not like other animals. They usually want clean litter boxes. This is really very important because most of the time the problem is dirty litter boxes. Cats hate dirty litter boxes, and once you refuse to clean their litter boxes, then they will probably refuse to urinate inside of the litter boxes.

Cats are also stubborn animals. If they refuse to urinate inside of the litter boxes, then the solution will be very difficult. You should clean the litter boxes always to solve this problem, but only cleaning them is not enough. You should also clean the entire area where your cat urinate. This is very difficult task, but it should be done properly.

What does proper cleaning mean? Well, cats are amazing animals. They can smell almost everything in your house including their urines, and I can say that urine has very dominant odor. This dominant odor cannot be cleaned by old fashioned cleaning techniques. You should have something better. There are lots of urine cleaner in the market, but I will tell you diy homemade cleaner just for you.



How Can We Clean Cat Urine with Homemade Recipe?

This is simple recipe, and this recipe is very effective for cat urine.

Cat Urine Cleaner Recipe

  • Baking Soda
  • 3% Hydrogen Peroxide, (10Vol)
  • Dishwashing Detergent, (Dish Soap)
  • White Vinegar

Instructions

  1. Prepare a solution with 1/2 White Vinegar and 1/2 water and spray this solution to the area which has cat urine
  2. Wait until this solution dry up completely
  3. Then apply 2 table spoon baking soda to the infected area
  4. Prepare a solution with 3 table spoon 3% hydrogen peroxide and 1 teaspoon dishwashing detergent and spray this solution on the baking soda
  5. Wait until this mix dry up completely then vacuum up all the mix with your vacuum cleaner

Once cleaning process is done, then the next step is buying another litter box. One litter box is not enough for this clean animal. You should have at least two litter box in your home separated from each other. I mean you should have these boxes in separate areas.You should be careful about cleaning process to solve litter box problem for your cats. This is one of the most important thing to consider if you have a problem about inappropriate cat urination.

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