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Definitely check the ingredients! According to OSHA, one ingredient “may be fatal if swallowed and enters airways.”
CBC411
· September 17, 2021
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I just spray and leave it. I love it
Sharon S.
· April 20, 2020
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I was super worried about how toxic it may be to my cat after reading the same review. However, I usually carpet clean over any accident spot anyway so I found that If I spray the spot, cover it lightly with a small towel or blanket, and then come back and carpet clean over it, it doesn’t seem to harm any of my animals… see more I was super worried about how toxic it may be to my cat after reading the same review. However, I usually carpet clean over any accident spot anyway so I found that If I spray the spot, cover it lightly with a small towel or blanket, and then come back and carpet clean over it, it doesn’t seem to harm any of my animals. Another response said that it made their cat sneeze a lot. The first time I used it my dog sneezed a lot but I never let him come in physical contact with it. I haven’t had any problems so far. see less I was super worried about how toxic it may be to my cat after reading the same review. However, I usually carpet clean over any accident spot anyway so I found that If I spray the spot, cover it lightly with a small towel or blanket, and then come back and carpet clean over it, it doesn’t seem to harm any of my animals. Another response said that it made their cat sneeze a lot. The first time I used it my dog sneezed a lot but I never let him come in physical contact with it. I haven’t had any problems so far.
Madelynn Krutsinger
· June 10, 2022
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For "accidents" I sprayed Angry Orange and used a damp cloth, initially. When it dries, I'll give it a light spray. Definitely follow the directions and do a carpet test first.
Kathleen
· August 25, 2019
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YES! Although designed as an odor eliminator it works as repellant too! Sprayed it on bamboo curtain my kittens wanted to play with and they left it alone, didn't try to play with it again.
Viola
· March 11, 2021
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Sure would! But I would suggest steam cleaning that area first not just masking it.
Linn Harris
· December 4, 2020
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I believe it means 2x strength of standard pet odor eliminator products. This product CAN NOT ELIMINATE THE SOURCE of the odor(bacteria, etc.) because their other product in the 32oz spray bottle(refer to the product comparison chart and it’s on the far right while this is on the far left)has the enzymes that feed on t… see more I believe it means 2x strength of standard pet odor eliminator products. This product CAN NOT ELIMINATE THE SOURCE of the odor(bacteria, etc.) because their other product in the 32oz spray bottle(refer to the product comparison chart and it’s on the far right while this is on the far left)has the enzymes that feed on the organic matter in the stain by breaking apart and digesting the organic matter molecules until the stain is gone which prevents the “accident” substance from soaking into the matting or padding underneath your floor surface (carpet, linoleum, hardwood, etc), the filling underneath your furniture upholstery or your mattress cover/memory foam/down, etc.
This product can’t break down organic materials so you can make it look clean and smell good but the organic material (urine, feces, vomit, bacteria) is left behind to create those spots that are supposed to be “clean” but you still catch your pet having reoccurring “accidents” on there because they have marked it(organic material).
Hope this helps! I’m sorry for the lengthy reply but I’m on a limited income while valuing both quality product and the most effective way to use it and the time I invest in getting the job done. Hence I do ALOT of research but don’t really leave reviews until I have actually used it or I notice that one little detail that’s going to do serious property damage over the long term plus the cost of the initial product then the other products that you would buy thinking that you just got a bum product plus the hurt feelings of your pets when they’re being punished for their “accidents” and that sick feeling pet owners get once you realize that you are punishing your pet for doing exactly what nature intended even within the parameters of training(if a toddler didn’t have a diaper or training pants or parental potty training for their “organic material” is it the toddler’s fault for repeated “accidents” or the caretaker’s?).
Again sorry about the length but I’m forced to be around sadistic evil individuals whose perceptions of living breathing beings(human and animals) are based upon who cares for that living being, how much they care and what they’re able to do to get their intended outcome for that day while leaving space for imagining their capabilities if you repeatedly refuse any of their demands. For you good loving pet/human parents who are capable of empathy, compassion and humanity and doing everything you can do to protect your loved ones this lengthy reply is for you because I am way too familiar with the imminent threat of harm to my loved one and the difference between the people who have been kind enough to share knowledge with me and the others who are eager to help put others at risk because that’s what success is for them. I am eager to help others to be productive successful and safe from any unnecessary risk.
Happy holidays! Sorry Thanksgiving was a rough day…I genuinely hope the initial product info will help clarify any questions! Have a blessed day all!! see less
I believe it means 2x strength of standard pet odor eliminator products. This product CAN NOT ELIMINATE THE SOURCE of the odor(bacteria, etc.) because their other product in the 32oz spray bottle(refer to the product comparison chart and it’s on the far right while this is on the far left)has the enzymes that feed on the organic matter in the stain by breaking apart and digesting the organic matter molecules until the stain is gone which prevents the “accident” substance from soaking into the matting or padding underneath your floor surface (carpet, linoleum, hardwood, etc), the filling underneath your furniture upholstery or your mattress cover/memory foam/down, etc.
This product can’t break down organic materials so you can make it look clean and smell good but the organic material (urine, feces, vomit, bacteria) is left behind to create those spots that are supposed to be “clean” but you still catch your pet having reoccurring “accidents” on there because they have marked it(organic material).
Hope this helps! I’m sorry for the lengthy reply but I’m on a limited income while valuing both quality product and the most effective way to use it and the time I invest in getting the job done. Hence I do ALOT of research but don’t really leave reviews until I have actually used it or I notice that one little detail that’s going to do serious property damage over the long term plus the cost of the initial product then the other products that you would buy thinking that you just got a bum product plus the hurt feelings of your pets when they’re being punished for their “accidents” and that sick feeling pet owners get once you realize that you are punishing your pet for doing exactly what nature intended even within the parameters of training(if a toddler didn’t have a diaper or training pants or parental potty training for their “organic material” is it the toddler’s fault for repeated “accidents” or the caretaker’s?).
Again sorry about the length but I’m forced to be around sadistic evil individuals whose perceptions of living breathing beings(human and animals) are based upon who cares for that living being, how much they care and what they’re able to do to get their intended outcome for that day while leaving space for imagining their capabilities if you repeatedly refuse any of their demands. For you good loving pet/human parents who are capable of empathy, compassion and humanity and doing everything you can do to protect your loved ones this lengthy reply is for you because I am way too familiar with the imminent threat of harm to my loved one and the difference between the people who have been kind enough to share knowledge with me and the others who are eager to help put others at risk because that’s what success is for them. I am eager to help others to be productive successful and safe from any unnecessary risk.
Happy holidays! Sorry Thanksgiving was a rough day…I genuinely hope the initial product info will help clarify any questions! Have a blessed day all!!

Keri
· November 26, 2021
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By rug scrubber, I assume you mean a shampooer or similar appliance. Overall, cats don't much care for the smell of oranges and it might get them to just avoid the area that is soiled. But always be careful and follow directions. Test also , and don't overdo it first time, or even second. Some cat(s) might have unknown… see more By rug scrubber, I assume you mean a shampooer or similar appliance. Overall, cats don't much care for the smell of oranges and it might get them to just avoid the area that is soiled. But always be careful and follow directions. Test also , and don't overdo it first time, or even second. Some cat(s) might have unknown reactions . So tory with care, and if satisfies your nose, the cat probably won't care. see less By rug scrubber, I assume you mean a shampooer or similar appliance. Overall, cats don't much care for the smell of oranges and it might get them to just avoid the area that is soiled. But always be careful and follow directions. Test also , and don't overdo it first time, or even second. Some cat(s) might have unknown reactions . So tory with care, and if satisfies your nose, the cat probably won't care.
Ted C.
· October 27, 2021
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I have a long haired rag doll that got bladder crystals and almost died. Due to his crystals he was pretty much trying to urinate everywhere. The other two cats decide if he did it, it must be ok. I bought this after nothing else I had bought worked and my daughter can’t stand the smell of vinegar. I love this stuff! I… see more I have a long haired rag doll that got bladder crystals and almost died. Due to his crystals he was pretty much trying to urinate everywhere. The other two cats decide if he did it, it must be ok. I bought this after nothing else I had bought worked and my daughter can’t stand the smell of vinegar. I love this stuff! I haven’t had a reoccurrence from any of my cats going outside their litter boxes and it smells amazing! see less I have a long haired rag doll that got bladder crystals and almost died. Due to his crystals he was pretty much trying to urinate everywhere. The other two cats decide if he did it, it must be ok. I bought this after nothing else I had bought worked and my daughter can’t stand the smell of vinegar. I love this stuff! I haven’t had a reoccurrence from any of my cats going outside their litter boxes and it smells amazing!
Cr8zyArmyWife
· March 8, 2021
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Contact the seller or Amazon.
Hey Jude
· May 19, 2021