NATURE'S MIRACLE™ Pet Urine Destroyer
Worked on wood floor / wall seam
My cat was repeatedly peeing on the wood landing area in the corner by the front door (about 4x4 feet) and I used this product to squirt into the seam where the wall meets the wood floor, careful to wipe up excess off the wood. At first the odor actually intensified, so I taped some plastic across the seams to seal in the moisture and let it do its job without evaporating too quickly. After a week, I took the plastic off the seams and to my surprise - NO URINE ODOR. Just a faint clean scent. After that, we decided to seal the seams between the wall and the floor with some sort of epoxy in case the cat did it again it wouldn't go down into the subfloor. I'm not sure about carpet, but for the subfloor under a wood floor where the wall meets the floor, it worked as needed.
June 2, 2014
Cat urine smell gone. Tile and Laminate and Wall. Works!
February 27, 2014
Has saved my floor
My basset hound was recently diagnosed with a Urinary Track Infection and Kidney issues. I recently purchased this product and it is amazing. My house doesn't smell any more, My tile and grout is sparkling white. I have recommended it to any one that I can. As a new mother I was scared to let my son crawl on the floor, but with this product I know it is all clean. Until I can help my Basset Hounds, I will continue to use this product.
February 21, 2014
Waste of money - much better solution recommended
Nature's Miracle has never worked for me. It will make the cat urine smell go away for awhile, but then it returns like a bad experience! I have 2 cats - one that always uses the litter box, and another that is old and often forgetful. My second bedroom smelled horrendous. I tried Nature's Miracle to no avail, but then I tried a solution using regular household products that truly worked: first, soak the foul area in a mix of 3 parts white vinegar to one part cool water. Really saturate the area so that the vinegar gets down into the fibers and the pad. Next, sprinkle the saturated area with lots of baking soda. Then, sprinkle the area with a mix of 1/3 cup hydrogen peroxide mixed with a teaspoon of clear dish washing liquid. Scratch with your fingers to mix it up. It will foam. The smell literally started to disappear before my very nose! DO NOT steam clean the area - instead, spend $30 for a wet vac at the big orange store or another major home improvement emporium, and suck up the liquid in the area. It also helps to buy a $10 UV flashlight, also at the home improvement store. Use it to check for tell tale signs. Voila! No more stinky stink. Try it!
February 15, 2014