Dog urine on your carpet? Keep calm & spray urineFREE.

Have you have tried removing dog urine stains from your carpets or other surfaces in your home but feel like you can still smell the lingering smell of dog urine? Dog urine odour comes from the uric acid crystals that form 3 or more days after the dog urinates. 
 
There are a lot of products on the market claiming to get rid of urine odours, but many of them contain toxic synthetic fragrances that can cause or exacerbate sensitivities in both people and dogs. urineFREE’s non-toxic bio-enzymatic formula specifically targets and destroys the non-soluble dog urine crystals responsible for the strong dog odour, removing dog odour for good.

Getting the best results

If you have used another chemical or detergent based product to try to remove the urine before urineFREE, these chemicals may have removed the soluble urea and urochrome components of urine but have no impact on the non-soluble uric acid crystals. These detergents also coat or encapsulate the uric acid crystals making it difficult for urineFREE to penetrate. It is recommended that all other chemical and detergent based products are removed to maximise the effectiveness and results with urineFREE.

Burn marks on carpets

Old urine stains will have greater exposure to the urine and the acidity of the uric acid crystals. In some carpets & rugs, especially wool blends, this can cause irreversible burn marks that have actually discoloured the carpet/rug. urineFREE will remove the urine stain and smell but not the burn marks. This is why we encourage removing urine as soon as possible for all surfaces, only using a bio-enzymatic product such as urineFREE to remove the urine for good.

How to remove dog urine from carpets & more

To remove offensive cat odour, simply spray the area with urineFREE. No scrubbing or washing is necessary. 

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