Pro's Choice Pet Urine Stain Remover - 1 Gallon

Pro's Choice Pet Urine Stain Remover Removes cat & dog pet urine stains from carpet and upholstery

Item # 35015



  • Urine Stain Remover is formulated to remove pet urine stains from carpet and upholstery.
  • Self-neutralizing on synthetic fibers
  • Safe for stain-resistant carpet
  • pH: 4


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  • Pet Urine Stain Remover by Pro’s Choice

    from Bane-Clene® Corp.

    When you’ve done your best cleaning and the yellow urine stain from a cat, dog or other pet (or human) remains, Urine Stain Remover is the answer. Simply spray on the stain and watch it disappear.


    Below is an Image of a Mattress Cleaned by Kennays Carpet Care. The urine stain was removed with Urine Stain Remover by Pro’s Choice and cleaned with Bane-Clene PCA™ Formula 5 with Bane-Clene Booster™ followed with a Bane-Clene Brownout™ rinse. Sta-Clene® was then applied to reduce future staining problems.
    Mattress cleaned and stain removed


    Features and Benefits of Urine Stain Remover:

    • Urine Stain Remover removes cat & dog pet urine stains from carpet and upholstery.
    • Urine Stain Remover is self-neutralizing and does not require rinsing.
    • Pet Urine Stain Remover contains a strong bleaching agent.

    Properties & Specifications:

    • Restrictions on Use: Professional Use Only. Keep out of reach of children.
    • Form: Clear liquid.
    • Odor: Light Citrus Scent.
    • pH: Use pH: 5.0. pH of concentrate: 4.0
    • Use Concentration: Undiluted.
    • Storage: Protect product from freezing. Keep this product tightly capped and store in a dark cool place to preserve.
    • Container Size: Single gallons.
    • Manufacturer: Pro’s Choice - CTI - Chemical Technologies International Inc.
    • Country of Manufacture: United States of America.
    • Flammability: Non-flammable.
    • Catalog Number: 35015.

    How to Eliminate Pet Urine from Carpet:

    • Keep out of reach of children.
    • Read label directions and cautions before using.
    • Always test on a hidden or inconspicuous area first.
    • Warning: Pet Urine Stain Remover is not for use on wool, cotton, silk, sisal or other natural fibers.
    • Thoroughly clean stained area first.
    • Following cleaning, apply Urine Stain Remover full strength directly to urine stain.
    • The time required for complete reaction to occur and for the stain to disappear will vary from 3 to 8 hours (depending on the temperature of the carpet).
    • Repeat treatment if necessary.
    • Keep animals and children away from treated area until carpet is completely dry as skin irritation may occur.

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    VIDEO: How to Remove Pet Urine Spots and Stains from Carpets & Rugs

    When left alone, pet pee can seep through carpet, into the backing of the carpet, into the carpet pad and even down to the floor beneath. Pet urine can delaminate a carpet and can cause rotting of jute backing. Even after a thorough cleaning, pet urine stains and odors often remain. WHAT IS THE VERY BEST WAY TO REMOVE EXTREME PET URINE STAINS AND ODORS? WITH OSR! OSR-XG Pet Urine Stain & Odor Remover is formulated for extreme pet stain and pet odor contamination from carpet. “OSR-XG” combines the power of natural oxygen with biological power of odor modification to destroy odorous materials without leaving strong artificial fragrances. If you do not want to pull carpet and are confident that the sub floor is NOT heavily contaminated, you can use the Water Claw® Spot Lifter in conjunction with OSR to remove the pet urine from the carpet and the pad.

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    How to Remove Cat and Dog UrineHow to remove pet cat and dog urine from carpet

    Pet Stain Removal from Carpet by Mark Johnston*

    It is not unusual for homeowners who have household pets to have urine stains on their carpet. Pets will urinate on carpet as an act of territorialism, anxiety, or simply out of need.

    Mammalian urine is composed of waste products of protein metabolism (uric acid, calcium oxalate, phosphates, and urates), making it both a potential staining and soil attracting agent. The color of pet urine and its staining potential will often depend on dietary habits and the age of the pet. Foods high in protein tend to produce a darker, more pungent and acidic urine. Foods higher in carbohydrates such as corn or oats produce more alkaline urine that is less likely to stain carpet and does not produce as potent an odor. Typically, because cat diets are richer in protein than dog diets, their urine will produce harsher odors and are more likely to cause stains.

    Unlike dogs, cats do not urinate for territorialism. This behavioral pattern in male cats is accomplished by spraying. This urine product also contains the male hormone testosterone, which makes it even more pungent than urine. Although spraying is typically done on a vertical surface (such as a couch) it could also conceivably come in contact with a carpet.

    Another consideration is the age of the pet. The older the pet, the more renal function diminishes, thus producing urine that contains more plasma proteins. Because less uric acephalia is secreted in this urine, it is less likely to stain a carpet; however, it will produce an even stronger odor. In almost all cases cat urine is the worst perpetrator for pet stains.

    The degree of staining from pet urine on a carpet will depend in part on the fiber type and dye method of the carpet. Solution dyed fibers will be the most resistant to urine stains with olefin providing the greatest stain resistance. In most cases, stains created by urine tend to leave either a red tinge (by adding to the existing color) or a yellow tinge (by reducing existing color). In either case the shift in color is almost always permanent in nature. Although there are some commercially available products designed to remove urine, they are only effective on fresh spots. Neutralizers and deodorizers offer only minimal help in removing urine and urine odors once it has set into the carpet and pad. Even the subfloor can become contaminated.

    Acids found in pet urine can also liberate calcium carbonate fillers used in carpet latex, causing it to lose its bonding strength. Therefore, it is not uncommon to experience delamination and loss of tuft bind strength in carpet exposed to pet urine.

    Urine stains can be identified in several ways, the most obvious means being smell. Because pet urine is so concentrated, it will initially emanate a strong ammonia odor, which after several days develops into a musty odor. Because of its mineral content, pet urine will fluoresce under a black light. Using litmus indicator paper, pet urine (cat in particular) will display a red (slightly acid) color (pH 6-6 1/2). Extractions taken from stained fibers can be tested for the presence of uric acid and creatinine. Staining of the carpet backing is also usually apparent.

    Although old urine stains cannot be removed from the carpet unless they are cut out, stains that have appeared within a couple of hours can often be cleaned with good success. This can be accomplished by using a 50/50 solution of white vinegar and water, followed by blotting with water only. After this, absorb the spot with clean colorfast towels until it is as dry as possible. Next, place a one-half inch thick weighted layer of colorfast towel over the spot and let it sit overnight. This final procedure must not be overlooked since crystallized urine residues left in the carpet are capable of reproducing odors during the warmer more humid months. Older urine stains often require replacement of the part and pad in the affected areas and can also necessitate cleaning the subfloor with a disinfectant.

    A final concern for carpet stains from pets is vomit. Hydrochloric acids found in the stomach of pets will be present in any vomitus material. The degree of acidity of these materials and their potential staining of carpet will be based on stomach content. Foods disgorged from the stomach tend to dilute the hydrochloric acid content, reducing the chance for staining. On the other hand, reflux of bile from the small intestine, which is more common with dogs, can be highly acidic. Typically, stomach acids are very acidic at pH 2, which explains why vomit is much more likely to stain carpet than food. Like urine, the effectiveness of cleaning vomit is based on expediency. The first step is to scrape up as much of the disgorged matter as possible.

    Next, it is important to elevate the pH of the stained area. This should be accomplished by blotting using a solution of one part non-sudsing ammonia to five parts water, followed with blotting with a damp towel until the spot is as dry as possible. Again, it is also recommended that you place a weighted layer of colorfast towels folded one-half inch thick over the spot and allow it to sit overnight to allow residual matter to wick up into the towel.

    For fast action against pet stains, homeowners should keep available commercial spot removers such as Bane-Clene’s Perky®.

    *(Mark Johnston was Technical Manager at Beaulieu United, Dalton, Georgia until he passed away in 2011.)

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    Copyright: Bane-Clene® Corp.

    Date Published: November 10, 2014

    Date Modified: November 8, 2018

    Use Concentration:Undiluted
    Use pH:5.0