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I'm looking for suggestions for a good urine stain remover.. one that will remove the SMELL. We're moving out of our apartment this month and into a brand new house.. and then hopefully getting a second dog (there is a litter due May 20th :)) When we were potty training Zoey, we used Resolve for Pet Stains (Bad choice.. no enzyme remover) and now, we're noticing the area by the laundry room (where she had almost all of her accidents..surprise surprise) smells like ..pee. If anybody has any suggestions of products that have worked well, please let me know! I want to make sure than any accidents our new puppy has won't come back to haunt us.. Also: Will getting the carpets in the apartment cleaned take care of the pee smell or is there something else we should do before we move? The know our land lord will never notice the smell, but I'm worried about future occupants.. I'd feel just terrible if it continues to smell like pee in here after we're gone. :(
 

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Nature's Miracle works well and, if you don't have a well stocked pet store close to you, Urine Gone! is good. The latter has it's own odor (not unpleasant IMO) and is more expensive, but it is sold at Walgreen's and Rite Aid stores.
 

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I use Nature's Miracle also. There used to be a product Sams used to sell to deoderize smells including dead animals. I'm not sure what that was called and can't seem to find it.

A steam carpet cleaner service also has a steam cleaner that washes spots repeatedly by placing a kind of cleaning machine over the spot and drenching it repeatedly until whatever was there is mostly gone. I used this service once when I had an elderly dog who couldn't help herself in the living area.

I think I found it. It's called ODO-Ban. My children's grandparents used it on a spot in the attic where a squirrel died. The odor was gone in a couple of hours. This company also has a spray for urine burns in lawns (I wonder if it really works). Here's a link

http://cleancontrol.com/OdoBanRetail/Menu_Pet_Products.html
 

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Thanks for the replies! I'm going to look for the Nature's Miracle tomorrow at our pet store (..well.. it's more like a horse store.. but they have dog stuff too :p) I hope I can find it.. if not we just had a Walgreens open here so I can probably find the Urine gone..

I looked up the OdoBan stuff.. It looks like something I might try.. I'd have to find a place to order it online.. it doesn't look like I can on this site. You know how the grass burn one works?? At first I thought it would like, repair the grass.. but it says it just sprays the grass with a grass green color lol! It also breaks down the enzymes though so maybe that helps the grass turn green again? Anyway thank so much for the replies guys :)!
 

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Amazon sells gallon jugs of Nature's Miracle for a little under $25 (including shipping).
 

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You know how the grass burn one works?? At first I thought it would like, repair the grass.. but it says it just sprays the grass with a grass green color lol! It also breaks down the enzymes though so maybe that helps the grass turn green again?
ROFLMAO.......... I didn't read that part! I guess an off green spot looks better than the dried grass look.

I know SAMS sells the regular ODO ban stuff. I'ld guess Amazon might sell the pet products. Now I'm curious to compare the enzyme chemicals from Nature's Miracle and ODO-Ban to see which one would be a better buy.
 

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For whatever reason my mom is in love with odoban.
I know you can also buy it at Home Depot, at Winn-Dixie, and at Walmart. I think I've even bought some at Target. I know we used to only find it in Sam's Club (we don't have a membership there, so my aunt would buy it for us), but in the last few years I've seen in all over.
 
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