Sure, questions like, “How do you get skunk smell out of your house?” or how to get cat pee out of furniture, those are questions you might expect to see when at the PureAyre Odor Eliminator blog.
But what about, “How do you get cow urine smell out of a horse stall?” That was the question—and task—I had to tackle today. And of course PureAyre Odor Eliminator was the answer! It’s the answer to any odor problem! But here’s why my problem was a cow urine problem…
Two months ago we put five beef cows in a horse paddock temporarily. During that time, they had access to a horse stall for cover.
Today I cleaned out the incredibly horribly smelling straw bedding soaked with cow urine, so the horse stall can be fit for horses again. It took me an hour and a half to shovel out the two bales of straw bedding that had been peed on, pooped on, and compacted to the point that I had to chisel out the bottom layer with a flathead shovel. The urine smell was disgusting–overwhelming almost to the point of making my eyes water.
Finally, I had the stall clean…but the urine smell was as strong as ever! It had seeped into the stall mats, and in the two places of floor that were dirt, no mat, the dirt was dark and soaked with urine even though the cows hadn’t been in there for a month.
So I went to the house and got the half gallon of PureAyre Odor Eliminator that I had left. I poured it onto the two dirt spots, then sprinkled it on the rubber mats. I used an old broom to brush it on the mats, back and forth, trying to cover as much surface as possible.
The result? That stall smells better than the one next to it, even though the one next to it never had cow urine in it!
If PureAyre Odor Eliminator can get the smell of cow urine out of a horse stall, PureAyre Odor Eliminator is definitely how to get cat pee out of furniture! If cat urine isn’t the problem and you’re asking, how do you get skunk smell out of your house, then this should show you that PureAyre Odor Eliminator is the answer to that odor problem too!