Pet Select Pee Pee Stain And Odor Remover Review

by Vernice Duford
(Clayton, NY)

Vernice shared a quick Pet Select Pee Pee stain and odor remover review.

Vernice says:

I have 2 dogs and a cat.

My carpets were smelling bad but they looked clean and my son wanted me throw all my area carpets away.

Pee-Pee is a product that eliminates stains and odor and also stops the pets from peeing on the carpet again.

I now saved my rugs and the animals have not urinated on them since.

It is inexpensive and comes in a quarts. I got it at my local grocery store.

Taylor says:

Thanks for this review Vernice.

I had not personally heard about this product before, so I did a bit of research on it, but couldn't find out much about it.

I did find that it is available for purchase at Walmart (see the links above). In addition, there were overall positive reviews of it on that site, with many five star ratings.

It seems people have used it on their carpets, rugs, and even their couches to remove urine smells, especially from cats who have sprayed.

Has anyone else used this product? If so, I'd love to hear what you thought of it, and how you used it in your home. I'm also interested in how it removed pet stains, not just odors.

You can share your review here, or read other reviews of products that other readers have discussed for removing pet odors.

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This Is The Best Stuff For Pet Or Human Urine Smells On Many Different Surfaces

by Mary Jo

Mary Jo says:

Pet Select's Pee-Pee is the best I've tried. It comes in a white plastic bottle with a red tip nozzle on it. Keep it upright because the cap gets loose easily.

It is kind of a plain jane bottle. The liquid is clear, feels a bit soapy, bubbles when shaken.

It's enzymatic, non toxic, and hasn't made my colors run, yet, but TEST, to be sure.

It's very gentle on hands. NO perfume (I WON'T use perfumy stuff).

I rinse the bottle by thirds to get last good dregs out of it (maybe 2-3 times), but it has to be used FULL STRENGTH to be fully 100% effective, so rinsing bottles is good for redoing a small area or a small missed spot.

Either apply and wait a few minutes and sop up with DRY towels to get it out of carpet, or (as I do) apply to towels (on tile floors or bathtub) and then launder as usual.

You can use it directly on (ceramic) tile floors and it will get at urine in grout without damaging it.

Ditto for other synthetic tile and good ole linoleum, and I've done it on wood, but don't leave wet for long periods, if possible (still, i'd rather have a stain than a stink).

For beds be sure to use as much volume as urine amount and pat out with DRY towels. Use towel until wet, then get another, do until you can't make a dry towel wet, any more,THEN apply clean water and repeat with dry towels to get as much cleaner out as you can.

Don't put towel wet with urine/pee-pee mix back on bed until laundered.

It is VERY important to let the liquid do its chemical thing on contact, as soon as possible.

It's NO LONGER AT WALMART, but it IS at Albertons's (at least in Cypress, CA).

Nothing else is better. I buy all they have when I see it.

Taylor says:

Thanks so much for your review Mary Jo. Sounds like you've had very good luck with in on lots of surfaces.

Have you used this product? If so, I'd love to hear from you as well telling me how it worked for you, good or bad. You can submit your review here and I'll add it to the site.

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response to Sharon
by: Taylor

Sorry you're having trouble getting your money back. I don't actually know the answer to your question though, as I said in the reviews above, I have not personally ever used this product, just reporting what other readers have said, plus I am not associated with the product but instead an independent third party. Does anyone else know to help Sharon?

didn't like it
by: Sharon

I have used Pee-Pee urine stain product repeatedly and am just not happy so I sent in for the money back guarantee. Well my letter to the address on the bottle came back as undeliverable and one cannot find their home address one the net. Who makes this and where?

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