My kitten suddenly took to urinating on our beds. We used this to clean up the smell and stain on the mattress and she hasn’t done it since.
Great – arrived in the uk quickly and worked well. Great – arrived in the uk quickly and worked well – definitely worth investing in if you have a problem with pet smells.
I have two 5 year old jack russell’s who, when we moved house last year, started to do their business indoors. Not wanting to become the ‘smelly dog/cat lady’ (we also have an incontinent cat, 12 year old cat), i looked online for solutions. Tried all kinds from biological washing powder to a concoction of peroxide, bi-carbonate of soda and washing up liquid. So, when my daughter found this on here i ordered it. It took 3 weeks to get here, considering it’s from the usa, i suppose it’s about normal. However, with it in my eager little mitts, i waited for the first ‘accident’. I didn’t have long to wait, as luck would have it, it was as if they were in tune with my thoughts. Of course i told them off, fell on deaf ears. So on my hands and knees i got, blotted, squirted, waited, blotted. It smells lovely, really sweet and almost baby talc-like, so that made me wonder about its efficacy. It doesn’t get rid of the smell altogether, but it masks it, there is still that horrid ammonia/pee smell, only not as strong.
Key specs for Nature’s Miracle Advanced Pet Trigger Sprayer, 32-Ounce:
Comments from buyers
“Haven’t tried this yet; bought it as a refill , Amazing. We have a puppy who hates the car , I will never be without this stuff for as long as I have cats”
This is by far the best product i have used to both deal with stains and odours. We had an old cat and now have a young puppy and like to keep a nice home, despite animal accidents. Both are not an issue at all thanks to these products. Only downside is that there isnt a uk stockist. You pay extreme postage from the states but worth every penny.
Saved our finest rugs and white carpets. I have used this product for years, including on some of our fine rugs. I blot, blot, blot, with paper towel and then spray with this, then blot again, and then lightly spray, until i see no evidence of the urine/poo/vomit. A few days later, after it dries, and only if required, i follow up with resolve powder rug cleaner, that is applied with a brush. This picks up any remaining discoloration, without driving stain further into the rug. I have removed doggie super diarrhea, vomit etc. But you have to blot and catch it before the ‘mistake’ dries. I don’t know what i would do without nature’s miracle. If you have dried-in stains, it may not work; in such cases i recommend professional cleaning.
Thought this would be the answer to my elderly cat’s accidents but actually it is nothing special, find mouthwash or peroxide works better, would not buy again and very over priced.