If your pet has had a little accident on your favorite rug or on the carpet in your house, you don’t have to live with the smell of urine forever: urineFREE can help to get you rid of it permanently.
Prior to application
Do not use regular detergents
If you have used another chemical or detergent-based product to try to remove the urine before urineFREE, these chemicals may have removed the soluble urea and urochrome components of urine but will have no impact on the non-soluble uric acid crystals. These detergents may also coat or encapsulate the uric acid crystals, making it difficult for urineFREE to penetrate.
Remove all other cleaning products
It is recommended that all other chemical and detergent-based products are removed to maximize the effectiveness and ensure best results with urineFREE.
If other products have been used prior to urineFREE, sponge out as much of the previous products as possible with clean water, let air dry and then apply urineFREE.
Check for colorfastness
Check for colorfastness on a small area before treating new surfaces.
Often urine stains will become darker and the urine odor stronger on the first treatment. This is common. Repeat treatments until the odor vanishes and the color lightens.
Find old stains with the Urine detector (black light)
Sometimes old urine stains are invisible to the eye, but not to the nose!
The urineFREE Urine Detector is a light which is designed to detect the protein in urine. Dried urine stains will fluoresce in a darkened room, making it easy to find the area of the surface or fabric with the urine stain and remove the urine odor.
1 – “Prior to application” – Please read instructions to ensure your surface is prepared to provide best results. Make sure to check for specific instructions on each surface type.
Shake well before use and do not dilute product.
2 – Make sure you have enough product to do the job. If the urine stain is made by an animal and it has repeatedly returned to the same spot, there could be a large accumulation of urine. urineFREE must come into contact with all the urine to do its job.
Ensure padding and sub-surfaces are soaked with urineFREE where affected. Different surfaces may require more or less product depending on porousness or absorbency rate.
3 – urineFREE is not a spray and wipe product and requires dwell time to do its job. Allow the area to stay wet with urineFREE as long as possible.
Plastic wrap may assist where high evaporation is occurring, for example where hot sun is shining through a window onto an affected area.
4 – Repeat applications may be necessary, especially on older urine stains. The sniff test will tell you when you’re done!
Occasionally, a stain may intensify during the treating process. This indicates urine rising to the surface. It will disappear with repeat treatments.