How do you get cat urine out of car upholstery?

What’s the best way to get cat urine out of car upholstery at home? I took my cat to the vet yesterday and she made it very clear she was not happy with me.

Oh no! Cats are definitely great at showing when they’re unhappy with you. Thankfully, there you can get cat urine out of car upholstery by making a cleaning solution out of hydrogen peroxide, baking soda, and dish detergent! This method can help with the odor, too. Here’s how to do it:
  • First, combine 1.25 cups of hydrogen peroxide, 3 Tbsp of baking soda, and a few drops of dish soap in a bowl.
  • Once the mixture has stopped foaming, pour it into a spray bottle.
  • Next, open your car doors and windows and spray the stain directly with the mixture.
  • Let the mixture sit for one hour, dab at the area with a damp cloth, and blot it dry with a towel.
Hopefully, this should solve your problem and help with the smell. If, for whatever reason, this doesn’t completely solve your problem, consider seeing a detailer. They have professional cleaning tools and solutions which should get rid of the stain once and for all.
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Liz Jenson
Answered on Nov 16, 2021

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