Whenever we get home after a long busy day, all our exhaustion flees in a moment when our cuddling fluffy kitty or larkish poodles rush towards us and start rubbing their bodies against ours showing their affection. Pets jesting around sounds great to everyone. This is true that pets are the reason to make a home lively. Our kids love them and we do as well.
This is also a bitter fact that every blessing comes with a price and you can’t enjoy the fragrance of roses without feeling the pain of thorns. The same goes for having a lovely pooch or a civet that omits stinking odor caused by yeast metabolizing omissions and microorganisms.
No matter how well trained your beloved pets are, they’re animals not humans after all and they’re more likely to offend the rules. Every now and then, you encounter the reek of their feces and urine that make their way through the rug piles or the other areas. Dealing with those malodors is, in fact, tricky and require fail-safe remedies.
One solution to get rid of those offensive odors is loosening your money belt to buy pricy pet odor neutralizer , this is top pickup, but man, it isn’t a good idea to keep buying those products and consuming your hard-earned money on them. Why not thinking out of the box and making something at home to save a significant amount of cash along with keeping your home nice smelling?
How to Make DIY Pet Odor Neutralizer?
Here’re some nice ways to make your own pet odor neutralizer with the already available household items and save you some bucks and sanity.
- Method 1: Baking Soda + White Vinegar
Remove the pet secretions and hairballs as much as possible with the help of damp rags, wet vacuum, or steamer.
The most on-hand items every kitchen drawer carries, are baking soda and vinegar. Making a pet odor remover is way easier and inexpensive.
Both baking soda and vinegar are great organic components to tackle any sort of stubborn stink produced by pet’s omission and pairing both of them would do a fabulous job.
Take a decent-sized container and put 2-3 cups of tepid water in it. Take a bottle of white vinegar and pour two cups of it into that water. Now add 3-4 spoons of baking soda into the solution. Make it sure you don’t pour all the soda at once because it creates bubbles, so sprinkle bit by bit and let it do its chemistry then mix it further with that spoon to make sure no powder is sitting in the bottom.… Read more