My cats decided to pee on a coat and now it smells like cat pee. How do I get the smell out?

Febreeze doesn't work, I have tried it several times. It seems as though it just rolls off so that hasn't helped at all. I don't want to throw the coat out because I can still use it. But without the smell.

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  • 1 decade ago
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    have you tried WASHING it?

    if its dryclean only have it drycleaned.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Try using vinegar water. Then the febreeze. And continuously use the febreeze until the smell is gone. Good luck I hate cat pee too!

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    You are the first person I am answering

    1. You can use white vinegar .Try a little on a hidden spot first to make sure it doesn't discolor the fabric especially since you used Febreeze already.

    2 Rinse with a solution of baking soda and water (One teaspoon dissolved in a 8 oz. glass of warm water).

    3 Rinse again with water to remove the baking soda

    Source(s): Personal experience.
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  • Scotty
    Lv 6
    1 decade ago

    There is a product you can buy in pet stores called Nature's Miracle, it actually breaks down the enzymes from animal urine and takes out the smell. I suggest using it, then washing or drycleaning, it really works and is good to have around in case they go somewhere else, like on the carpet or furniture.

    Source(s): Animal owner for many years.....
  • 1 decade ago

    Borox 20 mules, in the laundry isle. it is a powder that works great! I have an incontinet chihuahua so trust me it works on dog pee. Let it dissolve ALL THE WAY before you put the coat in the wash. If you can't wash it, you're doomed. BOL!

  • 1 decade ago

    Cat urine is one of the toughest smells to get out. You might want to try a specially formulated spray specifically for cleaning animal feces. Also, baking soda can be a powerful odor absorber. The best choice is to take the coat to your local dry cleaner and specially tell them about the cat urine, they can probably help you out.

  • 1 decade ago

    if it's washable, spray it with an enzyme cleaner formulated for urine (Pet Eaze, etc.) then wash it, but don't dry it unless you're sure the smell is gone.

    if it's not washable, take it to the cleaners, but make sure you TELL them about the smell and point out the location of the spot if you know where it is. They can take care of it.

  • loser
    Lv 4
    1 decade ago

    Go to your local pet store, they sell a product that removes all the traces of smell. Our cat did that to my wife's business suits, we thought they were ruined but the stuff worked. I'm sorry but I can not think of the name of the product.

  • 1 decade ago

    I use the animal stain/odor remover by arm n hammer...it has oxy clean in it and it smells wonderful and get out every stain i put it on!!

  • 1 decade ago

    Try a washing machine and add some fabric softener.

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