As with many household products, there are a million pet odor remover products out there, and they all claim to be the best. Some of them contain pretty toxic ingredients, and some don’t. I was looking for a really effective product that would do the job, but wouldn’t poison the household, and someone recommended this one.
What is “the job” you ask? Just what you would think. Our elderly dog is getting a little incontinent, and sometimes he just doesn’t make it outside to do his thing. Or he’s getting a bit senile and doesn’t remember what that urgent feeling in his bladder actually means. Not sure, but accidents happen, and it’s not always the number-one kind. All animals tend to return to the same spot to do their thing again because, now that they’ve done it there, it’s become “the spot where I pee.” I guess cats’ pee is more intense, because the cat product is more intense too, so we bought that one. It has a strong (and very pleasant!) smell, so it takes care of that “this is my pee spot now” phenomenon, and it also really works to get the stain out.
This is a regular under-the-kitchen-sink product for us now!