What is the best way to get the pee out of carpets?

My almost 2-year-old takes her to pull up off and tries to run around naked. If I miss her in time, she ends up peeing on my floor. So what’s the best want to get the pee smell out of my carpets? I cannot afford a carpet cleaner/shampooer at the moment.

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Any carpet cleaner for pets will get rid of the urine smell.

I have tried every thing and Resolve Urine remover is the best. Resolve has alot of different kinds, so be sure to get urine removal. They have it at walmart on the aisle with different types of house and window cleaners.

How about a busted ass

Urine gone. Order fr amazon or buy at Rite Aide, Walgreens, walmart, Cvs

Its not forever… time to show her how to use the bathroom

Peroxide. Or pet stuff

Baking soda and vinegar

Baking soda and wite vinegar
Dish detergent

Natures miracle. They make a spray and a shampoo. It’s pets but pee is pee

I’ve used downy…not diluted.

I use a spray called Kids and pets, it gets puke , pee and anything else out. Works great on carpet and furniture.

Sprinkle baking powder on the floor, use a spray bottle to spray vinegar on the baking powder…spray a couple times, let it dry then vacuum up

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I would try dawn. That shit fixes everything! Got steak oil on your brand new shirt? Dawn gets it out! Play doh on your carpet? Dawn! Your kid had a runny poo that got all up in his onesie? Boom! Dawn!! Spaghetti-o stain? Dawn! Seriously that shit works on EVERYTHING! Plus it’s gentle and won’t ruin the texture.

Pat dry, spray and scrub a little with vinegar, sprinkle with backing soda, and let dry. Vacuum up once competly dry. But keep in mind there is a padding under the carpet that absorbs it, and once it really gets in there, nothing will fix it completely until the carpet is replaced

Pour table salt on it
Will draw put the pee and vacuum when dry

Clove oil. Watered down to make a spray.

Don’t know we’re ur from but I can get 409 carpet cleaner and u can use vinegar and baking soda

Mix peroxide, baking soda, and dish soap.

We tried all sorts of expensive powders, sprays, shampoos, but in the end, the best was a combo of things already in the house.

The problem with a lot of cleaners is they are made for pet urine and not human urine. They would get rid of the smell for a qeek or so and then it would be right back.

Peroxide or baking soda and dawn dish soap