Remove Cat Urine Smell from Hardwood Floors

  • 15 Jun, 2013
Are You Frustrated Because You Can’t Remove Cat Urine Smell from Hardwood Floors? You’ve used the after Using the Popular Products and they aren’t getting the smell out either. Your cat missed the litter box again and now you need to remove cat urine smell from hardwood floors. It’s not the first time he’s missed […] The post Remove Cat Urine Smell from Hardwood Floors appeared first on Odor Removal for Just About Everything.

When your cat misses the litter box, you can remove cat urine smells from hardwood Are You Frustrated Because You Can’t Remove Cat Urine Smell from Hardwood Floors?

You’ve used the after Using the Popular Products and they aren’t getting the smell out either. Your cat missed the litter box again and now you need to remove cat urine smell from hardwood floors. It’s not the first time he’s missed the box, but it is enough times that when people walk in your house they smell that a cat lives there .
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?
Sometimes there is a floral fragrance left to cover up and not remove cat urine smell from hardwood floors.  Sometimes you think it is a battle you just can’t win – to remove cat urine smell from hardwood floors – without ruining the finish or just removing the smell forever.  Or damaging your lungs.  How about the products that gets odors away but can cause central nervous system and respiratory depression, gastrointestinal tract and kidney impairment.  And I’m guessing that is for you or the cat.  Ummm.  Not the one I want to try.
What about removing the damaged floor?  There’s a suggestion you don’t want to hear or spend the money to take care of.  Then there is always getting rid of the animal.

What if I told you about a product that really does remove the cat urine smell from hardwood floors?

And does it safely to the floor and to your lungs?

I know, you’ve heard it before.  But our help line (877-636-7948),  manual and ingredients are what makes OdorXit Productsdifferent.  That and the fact our OdorXit Concentratereally 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.

Remove Cat Urine Smell in Hardwood Floors*

*DISCLAIMER: The results described here aren’t typical and will vary based on a variety of factors.
Other places for urine to hide which will contribute to the smell:
  • 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!


  • Once you’ve gotten rid of the all the smell, there is no reason to seal the floor.  the smell is gone and it won’t come back!  In fact, once you seal the floor and it still smells, you can no longer spray the urine so the smell will stay there until you sand off the paint and spray the urine.
By Cats4NY
OdorXit almost immediately eliminates the nasty smell of cat urine. I have used it on various surfaces and it does the job. I have used other products, but they didn’t kill the odor immediately. Follow the instructions that come with OdorXit, it is a different product than the enzyme cleaners. You have to clean the area first with an appropriate cleaner and then spray the OdorXit. I didn’t mind the extra work because the cat urine odor was completely gone after I finished spraying the OdorXit and I felt the surface was really clean. The only negative thing is that it does have a strong odor of its own, which does dissipate after awhile, but, in my opinion, it is a heck of a lot better than cat urine odor.*
*DISCLAIMER: The results described here aren’t typical and will vary based on a variety of factors.
OdorXit Concentratemixed 4 ounces of Concentrate mixes with one gallon of water to spray one large bedroom.  There is no need for your or your pets to leave the room while you spray.  It’s safe for your skin and even a dog’s fur – it’s OdorXit Essentials.  Spray it everywhere there is cat urine and you will remove cat urine smell from hardwood floors completely.

OdorXit Odor Eliminator

By Terri Friedhoff 24 Oct, 2017

The recent storms that have ravaged multiple parts of the US have caused unprecedented damage. If you or your loved ones were affected by any of these storms, our thoughts and best wishes go out to you. Because these storms were so large in scale, people have experienced everything from moderate to complete damage.

Since getting rid of bad odors is our area of expertise, we want to help anyone who lost power for an extended period of time during one of these storms but didn't face complete damage to their home and belongings. Even if you're dealing with a refrigerator that smells incredibly bad due to it being fully defrosted and having items like frozen food decompose for days or even weeks, we want to go over how you can fully restore your appliance to its former condition.

5 Steps to Saving Your Refrigerator After Losing Electricity

The first step is to remove all of the spoiled food. This can be a truly nasty and smelly experience, which is why you'll want to wear a protective mask and gloves as you do it. Once your refrigerator is clean, take it outside and spray it out with a garden hose. If you have a truck or access to one, consider taking your appliance to a car wash and use the high-powered equipment to spray it out.

The next step is to spray one ounce of OdorXit Concentrate mixed with 30 ounces of water everywhere the refrigerator smells. That means spraying the insulation behind the doors,

under and around the door gaskets, the inside, behind the drawers and every little opening where the defrosted food might have dripped. Once the OdorXit Concentrate solution comes in contact with the rotten food smells, it will remove them from your refrigerator completely and safely.

The second to last step is to let the refrigerator dry outside then bring it back in the house. Don't panic if it still smells a little. It just means there is still at least one spot that hasn't been treated yet. You'll be able to knock it out by continuing to sniff and spraying wherever you detect even a slight odor.

The final step is to remember to be a good neighbor! Spray a few shots of the OdorXit Concentrate solution in the drain at the car wash or wherever you ended up treating your appliance. Anyone who comes by after you will be very glad you did.

By following the process above, it's possible to save even the worst smelling refrigerator, which in turns means saving hundreds of dollars by not needing to buy a replacement. So if you know anyone who's currently trying to restore belongings like their refrigerator, feel free to share this post with them by email or on Facebook.

By 28 Aug, 2017
Locker rooms often have the perfect storm of elements to create really bad odors. 
By 26 Aug, 2017
Odor Eliminator for Dog Urine How do so many dogs end up in the shelters and rescues?  What did they do to end up there?  
By 17 Jul, 2017
It’s almost time for kids to head back to school, which means goodbye to lazy summer days until next year and hello to busy schedules once again. In addition to class every day and plenty of homework, most kids have several different extracurricular activities throughout the week. As a parent, it’s nice to see your back to school but sometimes they bring home unwanted smells.  What can you do?
By 08 Jul, 2017
  Odor Problems associated with improper food storage are actually much more common than most people realize. Each year, there are over seventy million cases of foodborne illness in just the United States. 
By 22 Jun, 2017
Remember, a cats nose is way more sensitive than yours is, and they get much closer to the litter box with their sensitive nose than you do. So make using the litter box as pleasant as possible. The post Remove Pet Odor and Eliminate Litter Box Smell Forever appeared first on Odor Removal for Just About Everything.
By 07 Jun, 2017
  Camping can be a very fun activity. 
By 05 Jun, 2017
Has your house or basement been hit with a sewer back up, drain overflow or you just need to remove musty smells in the basement quickly? 
By 16 May, 2017
  Getting a successful odor remover in Charlotte NC and getting rid of odors 100% seems like an easy task.  First you clean up the area with soap or blot the odor source with a towel.  Then apply the odor remover. Right? 
By 05 May, 2017
While spring cleaning is something that most homeowners think about and many take part in, it’s easier for people like college students who are living in dorms to overlook. But just because spring cleaning may not be as common throughout college dorms doesn’t mean you should skip it. 
More Posts
Share by: