Cats and a Clean Home > Cat Pee on Laptop Bag


Purred: Thu Aug 2, '12 12:49pm PST 
Hey sorry to hear about your cat peeing on your bag. I have had similar problems but with my SHOES!. It can really be a bother.

You can try a couple of home remedies that I often hear helps get rid of cat urine smells.

One of the simplest is to mix water and vinegar and scrub at the urine affected area.

If this doesn't work you can try using baking soda as well to make a paste that really cuts through the smell.

If you want a store bought solution then any natural enzyme based cleaner should help. It needs to be able to break down the nasty chemicals in the urine which cause smells.

If you need some extended info the following site might help http://getridofcatpeesmell.com/how-to-get-rid-of-cat-urine-smells/

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