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  • I have never figured out what his problem is, but every time we move into a new home, our cat has a bad habit of spraying everywhere (despite the fact he's been neutered)
  • At first, I think it is because he smelled something, probably a previous pet
  • We noticed quite a bit of dirt in our carpets with it and we had fun shining it on our teeth in the dark but we weren't able to find any urine stains with it, even in areas we suspected he might have sprayed before (like behind our furnace)

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      I have never figured out what his problem is, but every time we move into a new home, our cat has a bad habit of spraying everywhere (despite the fact he’s been neutered).

      Typically, the problem lasts for a couple of months and he stops. But, after our last move, that just didn’t happen.

      At first, I think it is because he smelled something, probably a previous pet. We moved into the house in a hurry and didn’t have time to get the carpets cleaned. And, later on, he stopped spraying at random but


      kept doing it in spots he had done it before.

      We tried various carpet cleaners and pet sprays but none of them did any good. And, for a short while, we were forced to give serious thought to getting rid of him; especially when he started spraying on our daughter’s bed. That’s when we decided to take one last shot and purchased Urine Gone.

      We had seen Urine Gone advertised on television and we knew we could pick it up at Fleet Farm. But, it costs $20 for the kit and we weren’t sure if we wanted to spend that much money on yet another product. The only reason we eventually decided to buy it is we knew our daughter would be devastated. We’re glad we finally did invest in it though.

      Unlike other cleaners, Urine Gone actually works. We initially couldn’t find the entire kit (which includes a hand-held black light for spotting urine stains) so we settled for buying just the Urine Gone itself (that was $10) and treating the spots where we knew he had sprayed. One of the first things we treated with ...


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      the Urine Gone was my daughter’s bed spread which, despite several washings, still had a urine smell to it. Almost instantly, the smell disappeared. It was the same with every other area we used the Urine Gone on.

      More importantly, the Urine Gone worked so well, our cat hasn’t sprayed on those spots any more. He’s been in those areas and has sniffed around but he obviously doesn’t smell his scent any more because he just walks away now.

      We did eventually buy the full kit just so we could track down any other

      spots we might have missed. However, after using the black light, I’m not convinced the full kit is worth the money. We noticed quite a bit of dirt in our carpets with it and we had fun shining it on our teeth in the dark but we weren’t able to find any urine stains with it, even in areas we suspected he might have sprayed before (like behind our furnace).

      If you’re a pet owner and have a problem with your pets spraying, Urine Gone is a product you should buy. It’s expensive, but it’s worth it.




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