How to get the smell of Natures Miracle out?

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  1. cootersgarage6, Feb 7, 2011
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    I used some natures miracle in my room because I discovered something that had been stinking up my room for about 5 months, and I thought it was in a different spot, so I spent all my time cleaning up that smell that I thought was real, I guess that the smell traveled under the carpet... Idk. Lol

    Anyways, The cat pee stain was HUGE, and it smelt really badly. It only smelt a tiny bit on my padding, but the carpet smelt really bad. So I got some natures miracle, and it's been about 24 hours now, and I can still smell the nasty natures miracle.. How do I get this smell out??
     
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    Rip out the carpet and replace it.

    Seriously.
     
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    Rent one of those Rug Doctors from your local supermarket. My friend puked all over my couch and then made a trail of vomit all the way to the bathroom. Paid $20 to rent one and everythings as good as new.
     
  4. cootersgarage6, Feb 7, 2011
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    Is this normal after using natures miracle/ how to fully rid of cat pee threads merge

    No other products worked, so I used some natures miracle, and it's been about 36 hours, and all I can smell is natures miracle, which really stinks. I also pulled the carpet by the corner, and put a little bit over the padding, because I really didn't smell any pee on the padding. I also put some Natures miracle on the bottom of the carpet, I used A LOT and it even soaked through the other side. I want to make sure that the smell doesn't come back, because someone said if the room gets hot, the smell will return.

    I replace the carpet, so please stop telling me to.
     
  5. cootersgarage6, Feb 7, 2011
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    cootersgarage6 thread starter Guest

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    How would I go about doing that

    Okay, so I might just have to replace the carpet after all, I hope my stepdad lets me, but I don't care at this point. Mainly because I am sure that breathing in cat pee is harmful for both me and my parrot.

    The cat pee is in my closet, because the sliding door came off it's tracks, and flew right off. So he peed there. The carpet in the closet is about 5 foot long, and 3 foot in width at the most, how much would it cost to get this done?

    Sorry, I don't know to much about carpets, Lol.
     
  6. MacNut macrumors Core

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    Because I like poking things with a stick....where is the cat now? and why did you live with the smell for so long without cleaning it. You will have to pull the carpet as the smell has dried up under the carpet pad and might even be in the sub floor.
     
  7. cootersgarage6, Feb 7, 2011
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    cootersgarage6 thread starter Guest

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    ok

    I already said, I didn't know where the smell was coming from, I thought I smelt it somewhere else, but I guess it was just traveling under the carpet.
     

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