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03-14-2012 07:11 AM
454 Rattler Thanks for the thought, Dan. We have been using that litter for a long time now.

Our problem is that the cat never learned to cover his mess. We clean the box once or twice every day but............

03-13-2012 09:45 PM
DanTwoLakes Jerry: If you aren't already using "clumping" cat litter, try it. It makes the whole litter box thing a lot easier and less smelly.
03-13-2012 05:34 PM
454 Rattler I'm going to look into the ZEP to see if it might remove the Cat smell in the basement. That's where the cat box is.

Maybe some of you guys with cats can offer some ideas.

This thread might be 6 years old but it might be helpful to some of us.

03-13-2012 04:30 PM
DanTwoLakes No offense, but this thread is almost 6 years old. The chances of the original poster still needing the information he requested is pretty much zero.
03-13-2012 10:06 AM
Eat My Feet
Mouse smell

I had a mouse infestation in a bus. The smell was awful. Here in UK we have a strong floral disinfectant called Zoflora. It kills bugs and bacteria. I mixed a 3:1 mix with water and Zoflora and filled a trigger spray gun. A good spraying of all the seats and carpets soon got rid of the smell. Hope this helps
11-21-2006 07:59 PM
Thorn I didn't have the mouse smell but I had a vehicle that the previous owner was a heavy smoker. I mixed half shampoo and half febreeze and used a upholstry cleaner and went over all the cloth areas of the vehicle and it took the odor out. It never returned. (gotta get the poop out thou first!)
11-19-2006 07:46 AM
woodz428 We are currently building a custom 70 Mustang that sat for who knows how long and the mice will get everywhere and until you remove all their nests you will never be able to remove the odors. We stripped the car completely of all it's interior, which we had planned anyway, and there we mice nests in every conceivable cavity, doors, headliner, trunk lid cavity,torque box cavities. It was every where....I'm dead now and this is from the beyond...
11-18-2006 07:05 PM
Trim Tech That stuff work good on your Gym Bag but the "Zep" product chemically neutralizes the oder, or so it seems. We have used it many times and had great results.
11-18-2006 07:00 PM
APalusky Whats the name of that stuff that you always see on TV?/ Fabreeze.. You are suppose to spray it on fabric, and the smell is gone for good.. I think it also comes oder free..
11-18-2006 06:20 PM
Trim Tech For those of you who don't know that some Mice feces can KILL you if you inhale the dust from this (Don't use a vacuum). When working on removing a nest or droppings from you car it is best to put on cloves and a mask. We have found that you can use a good degreaser and scrub down the area then a coat of paint to seal up the area as the urine is very acidic and can rust holes in your floor or heater box.I have also found that a product made by "ZEP" that is sold at Home Depo in the cleaner area called Smoke Eliminator works great to remove oder.
11-08-2006 08:44 PM
page2171 I had a pretty foul smell in my '62 Buick after taking it out of 7 years of storage. Some mice had gotten into it and there were droppings all over the place. I vacuumed the whole car real good then sprinkled baking soda all over the seats, carpet and trunk. I let that sit for a few hours maybe half a day, then vacuumed it again. After that, the smell was gone.
11-07-2006 11:17 PM
powerrodsmike How ironic that a thread about eradicating pest odor , has a pest post in it. A spam pest post. With a link ..many links. That stinks
But the little red spam fest from a spam pest stinky link flusher button has been pushed...Bye bye spammer sam.

I dont want your loan, your cover's been blown, the door you'll be shown.


Morning after edit. I guess the loan advertisement has been sheetcanned. and they left my poetry....oh happy day, I must have a patron
11-03-2006 11:51 AM
Henry Highrise Got to your local Pest Control company and see if you can gets some comes in a spray bottle....just spray it on what ever smells and the odor goes away...this product is oderless when you get through there will be no smell at all.
11-03-2006 08:06 AM
TooMany2count go to ur local hardware store & look for some Concentrated Germicidal Cleaner. i had over a foot of Rat Cr@p in my bus when i got it. i even left the bus outside for 2yrs b4 bringing it into my garage, i tried several products & nothing would get rid of the FUNK untill i used that stuff. with one good soaking of this stuff the smell was gone forever.....joe

plus this stuff will kill all the "bad" stuff that comes w/rat & mice poop.......
11-03-2006 05:54 AM
redsdad Speaking of rodents.....

Looks like someone removed the cell phone ad. This was funny while the ad was still in this thread, honest.
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