Pet Urine On Artificial Grass And How To Remove The Smell

No mater natural lawn, paving stone walkways, bare dirt, concrete floor, or artificial grass, pet urine smell is an issue for almost all kinds of surfaces used in landscape purposes.You can notice the urine smell if they are regularly used as a restroom area by your dogs or cats.

Pet Urine is not harmful to the artificial grass product

There is always the risk that your dog or cat urinates on your artificial grass. Fortunately, it is not harmful to the artificial lawn. for example, your artificial lawn will not discolor. So, there’s is no need to keep your dog inside or to try to keep cats out of your garden.

The following are some methods to remove urine odor from your artificial lawn surface:

1. Rinse with lukewarm water

To prevent nasty smells, little maintenance is needed to clean excrements as soon as possible and simply rinsing the spot where your pet has urinated with lukewarm water is often sufficient. 

2. Use white vinegar

It’s a good thing there are several (organic) products available to get rid of that urine smell. You can use white vinegar for instance. If you notice your artificial grass smells like dog pee in certain areas, mix equal parts of water and vinegar in a spray bottle and spray the area. This natural solution may be all you need to give those areas a little extra cleaning to ward off any unwanted odors.

3. Use special cleaning agents

You can also choose cleaning agents specifically developed to combat the smell of urine. There are different anti-urine sprays available. Also, you can scatter odor neutralizing granules on your artificial grass.

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