You’ve tried lots of products. The odor sponges, the floor cleaners and enzymes. They all say they do get the odor out, but how did
they work for you? How much time and effort have you put in using the products then trying to find another product that actually does
what it promises because the first one didn’t work?
I know, you’ve heard it before. But our help line, manual, and ingredients are what makes OdorXit Products different. That and the fact our OdorXit Concentrate really does remove cat urine smell from hardwood floors.
OdorXit Concentrate has to come in contact with all the urine to remove all the smell. Miss a spot of urine when you spray? You will still have some smell. Spray all the urine, between the floor boards, behind the toe strips, baseboards and remove any ‘black’ or rusty tack strips, the smell will be gone.
Where to clean:
- Got duct work on the floor? Spray there. It looks like a convenient litter box to a cat.
- Got cabinets that don’t reach all the way to the ceiling? Spray there. Cats love to sit there. And they are lazy by nature, so they pee where they are. On the cabinets and behind them. I know, it stinks. But if you want to remove cat urine smell from hardwood floors and the rest of the house, these are the other places you need to spray, and look or sniff for odor.
- Have you sprayed on the bottom side of the door? You know, the cat hikes his leg on the door marking his territory to the outside cat. The scent or pee runs down the door then across the bottom of the door. That side is usually unpainted. So the urine absorbs into the door and smells worse. And hides. You need to spray more there.
- Did you know cats pee mostly around the edges of a room or in the corners? Spray there mostly.
- If you’ve tried all these things and you still have odors, it is time to call the Odor Experts at our office. They will give you personal help and instructions on where to look next to remove cat urine smell from hardwood floors. It’s ok. Really. Call. They want to help!