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Removing Outside Urine and Stool Smells

Published : 2014-05-26 - Updated : 2019-01-22
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🛈 Synopsis : Hints and tips to remove outside cat dog and animal urine and stool smells from the yard with household or commercial products.

Main Digest

Exposed to the sun and elements, dog or cat urine smells can grow intolerable. In addition, dogs are inclined to use the same spot repeatedly. A few common household ingredients however should help eradicate the urine smell.

Areas with grass that have been affected by animal urine may be brown in color instead of green due to the acid in the animals urine. Cement areas may have a yellowish colored stain.

Outdoor Urine and Stool Odor Removal Tips

Commercial Products for Removing Urine Smell

There is a major difference between odor neutralizers and masking agents. A masking agent is not effective for removing odor. It merely covers it up with another, stronger odor. When the masking agent wears off, the malodors become noticeable again.

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