Live Odor Free®Patio, Garage, Basement
Cement is the hardest material to remove pet urine because it is so porous. The good news is there are options.
You have two (2) options:
Option 1, follow the steps, which require equipment and several water applications.
Odor bloom is common with porous surfaces like cement. Odor bloom is a chemical process where dried urine crystals are rehydrated and bring up a pungent smell. It tells you the removal process is incomplete. Odor bloom occurs most with deep, old, set-in urine spots.
Odor bloom is unlikely to happen with new, surface urine spots.
Type: Dog or Cat
Odor Problem: Moderate (Tough odors we recommend a 3 Step Kit).
Odor Type: Medium depth, not very old urine spot.
Ingredients: Puriﬁed Water, Noble Ion® Odor Technology, Citric Acid, Malic Acid, Pyrus Malus (Apple) Pectin Extract.
INSTRUCTIONS: 2 Step Process
Equipment Required: Use either an inexpensive home carpet cleaning machine or a shop vac machine. We prefer the home carpet cleaning machine since it distributes the water and sucks up the dirty water in the same machine. In comparison, a shop vac requires two steps. Suction is key to a good result.
Quantity Needed: 2-64 oz or 1 Gallon (see coverage guidelines)
QUESTIONS? Talk to one of our odor technicians.