How can I hunt down and clean up a house full of invisible cat spray??!!
Well my newest boy came unnuetered. We have the date set to fix this problem, but in the mean time I've been allowing him to get acquainted with the house for little pieces of time. The first time I let him roam I didn't follow him around to watch were the spray was and now I'm sure I have a house absolutely full of invisible spray spots. My normally clean fresh house is a nightmare to walk into. I pride myself on the fact that my house is clean for a no pet house, much less one with nine pets, so you can imagine my distress in this situation. How do I hunt down all these spots, and if that is impossible I'd love everyone's suggestions on what works for them when cleaning up spray or urine in all parts of their house; Laundry, carpets, floors, walls, and furniture. Thanks so much for your help!!! This is going to be a nightmare cleaning job! UGH
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A black light will show protein deposits. I mean all protein deposits. Removal may include any thing from a washing machine, a scrub down with vinegar and new flooring to moving. Cats get off their boxes for lots of reasons. But they always have a reason. Ask more questions you will get more answers
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