As
pet owners we have all been through this experience:

You
get home from work only to find a large yellow stain on your carpet (or
couch-which is even worse) and a heavy smell of ammonia in the air.  This stain looks to have been there for a
while and your pet is slinking about the house with a guilty look on its face.  You know-the look that says, "I'm really
sorry but I couldn't help it." Pet Urine!

Enter
the Urine Gone UG101R Stain and Odor Eliminator Kit.  Just the name of this cleaner says it all.  A rather cool bonus that is included in this
kit is a black light so that you can track down exactly where your pet left you
that fine little liquid gift.  This
allows you to scan the carpet for older stains that you may have missed-and
newer ones that may have sunken into a darker carpet.  Have fun with it; pretend you're on CSI.

But
does all of this stuff work after a fifty-pound dog unleashes the wrath of
incontinence on your $2000 Persian rug?

Apparently
it does-at least in some cases.  Many users
tout the ability of the enzymes in Urine Gone to break down not only the stain,
but also the odor of that kind little mess left on the carpet-or on the couch,
chairs, walls, and hardwood floors.

However,
users are mixed on the use of this product on the most nefarious smell ever:
cat pee.  Truly, cat pee is foul.  If you've never smelled it, just mix a bucket
full of ammonia, vomit, and orange juice and take a whiff.  When you wake up you may have slight brain
damage-but you'll have a pretty good approximation of that fine odor.  For some users, Urine Gone worked great on
cat pee; for others, not at all.

 The
primary complaint stems from the amount of Urine Gone that it takes to clean a
stain.  Apparently it takes quite a bit,
making refill bottles a must.

Other
issues arise from the smell of the enzyme, which some users stated "smells
worse than cat urine."  I find this
difficult to believe (astronomically difficult, actually).

And
in some cases users state that Urine Gone did not work at all.  It's rather odd to see such a varied opinion
on a product and I have to wonder if this maybe has something to do with the
breed of the pet and/or the amount of time before the enzyme is sprayed onto
the stain.

So
it seems that Urine Gone comes in at around a 50% efficacy rate.  And as mentioned above, perhaps this is a
cleaner that only works on certain "types" of urine-the way that only certain
pain killers or cholesterol medicines work on some people but not others.

This
may be something worth looking into. You can read reviews and buy Urine Gone here.

 

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