Removing pet feces from flooring and carpeting is much easier than urine
because it is not a liquid and it does not produce the urea salts.
Removing the bulk of the material and washing the area with detergent
will remove most of the odor and stain. If the stain is not completely
removed with normal detergent, a more aggressive approach is indicated.
As an example,
Lloyd's Cleaner or carpet cleaner will remove the rest
of the stain with a little scrubbing. Finally spray the area thoroughly
with OdorXit Concentrate mixed 1 ounce per quart of water and allow the
area to dry naturally. In an hour or so, the smell will be removed forever.
If you are dealing with an overflowed toilet, the problem is a bit more
difficult because of the large amount of water added to the urine and
feces. And if the problem occurred in rental property, it is likely that
hours or days have passed since the overflow occurred. After the plumbing
is cleared, and the bulk of the overflow has been mopped up, spray the area
thoroughly with OdorXit Concentrate mixed 1 ounce per quart of water and allow
the area to dry naturally. Be that areas that are hard to clean like
cracks if the tile, the area under the vanity and heating vents in the floor get
thoroughly wetted with OdorXit solution.