How to Clean Up After CatsCats are easy to clean up after, which makes it easy to love them! Groom your cats regularly and use our cleaning tips for a house that looks immaculate and smells completely pet-free.

Remove Cat Urine

Follow your nose and get to work quickly. If you can’t pinpoint the urine, use a black light. Once you’ve found the urine, soak up the mess using paper towels. Put on gloves and apply pressure to the paper towels for best results. Sprinkle baking soda or use an odor-dissolving product to remove the smell.

Clean Scratch Posts

Brush the post with a stiff brush to remove any unwanted hair or debris. Start from the top and work your way to the bottom. You can spray a disinfectant on the post so it will be germ-free and safe for your kitty.

Remove Cat Odor

If the smell is coming from any drywall, woodwork, or paneling, use a sealer to eliminate the smell and keep it from spreading. If the odor is coming from the carpet, use baking soda to soak up the odors. Sprinkle the baking soda on the odor spot and wait until the next morning to vacuum it up.

Hiring a Professional

Pet odor can be a stubborn thing to clean. Now matter how hard you try, the odor just doesn’t want to come out. Consider hiring a professional carpet cleaner to get those yucky pet odors out of your carpet. Do research before choosing a carpet cleaner. Read reviews and ask friends or family for referrals.

Love Cats, Not Their Mess

Cats make a great addition to any family, but their mess can definitely be annoying. Use our tips to take back control of your house. Our techniques will have you worrying less and loving your cats and clean house more!