There are various things that cane help remove strong pet odors. Begin by placing newspaper and paper towels over and under the affected area for about a minute. Apply pressure until the paper and towels are saturated. When all wetness is removed, spray the area with a mixture of vinegar and water.
It is not recommended the use of chemicals or steam cleaners to get rid of pet urine odors from upholstery or carpet. The heat will cause the odors to set in by binding proteins into fabric fibers. For older stains and smells, the organization notes that it may be necessary to replace fabric or carpeting where odors have soaked in more thoroughly. Instead try using natural sprays comprised of water, vinegar, baking soda and lemon.
A simple solution of baking soda and vinegar to get rid of pet stains and odors. Vinegar works on stain removal and baking soda has natural odor killing properties. The solution simply requires two cups of distilled white vinegar, two cups of lukewarm water, four tablespoons of baking soda and, optionally, a spray bottle. The ingredients can either be mixed together, poured into a bottle and sprayed onto the affected areas or they can be poured onto the areas separately. The dampened sections should then be rubbed with a clean cloth and thoroughly blotted with newspaper or paper towels, the website says.