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09:45am 08/03/2008
 
 
LocaKitty
any ideas on how to get cat urine smell out of fabric? i washed the comforter already and things seemed to be okay. I threw it in the dryer (90 minutes on delicate so as not to shrink it too much) and pulled it out and there is still a faint smell.

There didn't seem to be any bleeding of the fabric (it's dark blue with white patterns) so it seems to be colorfast. Or it could just be the detergent I used (some sort of Arm & Hammer liquid detergent).

Thoughts?

Also, I'm going to kill Vera for doing this. She then decided that chewing on plastic would be a great way for me to wake up this morning. Grrrrrrrr
mood: aggravatedaggravated
 
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 wednes
 
05:25pm 08/03/2008 (UTC)
 
 
Wednesday Lee Friday
Vinegar will nuetralize the urine order and keep the cat from wanting to pee there again. Natures miracle will work for a little while, but the whiff might come back. I don't know why that happens, but it's very annoying on carpet.
 
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 locakitty
 
05:31pm 08/03/2008 (UTC)
 
 
LocaKitty
should i just throw a cup of vinegar into the washing machine?
 
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 wednes
 
06:06pm 08/03/2008 (UTC)
 
 
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That's what I do.
 
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 kibbles
 
05:32pm 08/03/2008 (UTC)
 
 
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There is also Borax and Washing Soda (similar to baking soda). Both are good for neutralizing odors, too. Borax is always good to keep on hand.
 
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 parilous
 
07:03pm 08/03/2008 (UTC)
 
 
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Was it revenge for the vet visit?
 
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 locakitty
 
09:23pm 08/03/2008 (UTC)
 
 
LocaKitty
quite possibly.

dish best served cold and all.

grrrr
 
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 celebrian_3
 
08:28pm 08/03/2008 (UTC)
 
 
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This is the best stuff I've found for the removal of cat urine from fabrics. It has enzymes that eat up the odor, and it even gets the stuff only the cats can smell that encourages them to return to the area. You saturate the area, and wait for it to dry. And that's pretty much it. If you want to get really fancy there are versions of the product you can buy that come with a UV light that can point out the areas that have been hit, that you can't readily see in regular light. Best part, I think, is that you can just pick it up at your local PetSmart or Petco.

You should test for colorfastness with the product first.

Edited at 2008-03-08 08:29 pm (UTC)
 
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 locakitty
 
09:25pm 08/03/2008 (UTC)
 
 
LocaKitty
mwahahahahaha

i can get her toothpaste there too


hahahahahahhahahahaahahahahahahah*cough*ahahahahahahahahahahahah
 
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