Jolie Kerr is a cleaning expert and advice columnist. She'll be here every week helping to answer your filthiest questions. Are you dirty? Email her. Are you still dirty? I have not seen this in a column before and I cannot go back to the cleaners with it: One pair of my boyfriend's suit pants have weird stains near the crotch that have to be pee dribbles.
My very stubborn hubby won't take off urine soaked clothing. Any advice?
Removing Urine Stains on Clothes, Carpet and Upholstery
But first things first…. Urine can smell badly because of too much bacteria in your system. If you have urinary tract infection or UTI then that can also alter the smell and color of your pee. On a lighter side, badly smelling urine can also be caused by drinking fewer fluids because your body will not have enough water to mask away the odors. A concentrated urine will definitely smell bad due to lack of liquid. A common practice on how to remove urine smell from your clothes would be soaking clothes in vinegar.
Removing Urine Stains From Clothes, Carpet, and Upholstery
Here's the fix. I'm pretty sure there's no smell as potent -- or as long-lasting -- as cat pee. I've tried all of the home remedies to get rid of the stench and found some winners that will save whatever your cat decided was the litter box that day. Did your cat get ticked off at you and decide your pile of clean laundry was a great place to get revenge?
Pets may occasionally have accidents and soil your clothes or bedding with urine. Cats are not only particularly prone to this, but their urine has an odor that is very hard to remove, especially if it is dried and set-in. More than one homeowner has had a feline who chooses to use a basket of laundry as a substitute for a litter box , and loose clothes lying around a bedroom can also be a target. You can, however, remove cat urine and its odors from any washable fabrics.