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Someone who shall not be named had another episode of spay incontinence and peed in the car (wuzn't me). :curtain: Mama dried it and washed the blankies and gave someone a big hug and a kiss because it's not someone's fault.:kiss:

However, now we have a very faint aroma of someone's pipi emanating from the passenger seat. :uhoh:Is there anything one can put on it or wash it with that will get rid of the smell? Just in case Mama will ever transport another human in that car who will have to plant his commode on the aforementioned seat...:scratchch
 

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Is that what commode means? Sorry, I honestly had no idea and that cracked me up.

How about Nature's Miracle? How new is the car? If it's fairly old, I would soak the seat with it. If it's new, I'd take it to a auto body shop and ask them.
 

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oooh, been there, done that. When Toby was a puppy we were driving the dogs to a nearby lake for a nice walk. The dogs were in the back seat, the windows were down to enjoy the nice breeze. Toby started sniffing and then stood up (he had a seatbelt harness on in the back) and let loose. We think he thought he was outside due to the outside smells wafting into the car with the windows down. Both of noticed at the same time and wailed Toby no! He must have realized his mistake (he was housetrained at this point) and fortunately he stopped the stream. We had a nice laugh about it and pulled over immediately to let him relieve himself outside. We had leather seats so it was easier to clean up than cloth seats.
I don't have any suggestions for you on what works to get rid of the smell.
 

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Hate to tell you, but you may be stuck with the odor. I had a transport for rescue pee on my back seat, cloth covers. I have poured about a gallon of Natures Miracle on the seat and left it, it helped but on on warm days, or if the car has been sitting in the sun...lovely fragrance just permeats the interior. I bought the car seat cover after, fat lot of good that does me.
 

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If the seats come out "relatively" easily, I'd recommend taking it out, thoroughly soaking most of the pee out with a hose, then when its still damp(not soggy) soak it again right through with Natures Miracle..if you can get it. It will smell until it dries completely. I'll add that I live in the desert, not much humidity, so things do dry before they rot.

Poor Pudden, that's not a nice problem to have, my old Nicki (RB) girl had it too. She's very lucky to have such an understanding Momma.
 

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One other thought that I've mentioned in another thread is the packets you can get at Home Depot ( in the household cleaners aisle). It's a mesh bag filled with lava type rock. It's amazing at handling odors. We put one under our couch in the den when we had a dead squirrel/ rodent (?) in the wall. OMG, the smell could make you gag, and this took care of it. It also has absolutely no odor, so you don't have that nauseous cover up smell to deal with. You can " renew" the bag by putting it in the sun for a few hours.... which we've only done once in a couple of years.
 

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Pudden - only you could make having an accident in the car entertaining! Glad to hear mom wasn't upset.
 

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I would use a solution of 1/2 white vinegar and 1/2 water. I would soak it with the solution and use a wet/vac extraction device on it. I am afraid all the other stuff is just like putting perfume on it. when the perfume wears off then the smell will back. The vinegar will help neutralize it.

good luck !
 

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With us being in the used car business, DH, has a body & detail shop. He said the seat will most likely need to be removed, and professionally steamed cleaned by a reliable detail shop to get rid of the odor entirely. You'll never know it was there.
 

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With us being in the used car business, DH, has a body & detail shop. He said the seat will most likely need to be removed, and professionally steamed cleaned by a reliable detail shop to get rid of the odor entirely. You'll never know it was there.
oi dear :D this doesn't bode well. Our town has:
- no body shop
- no professional cleaners
- 3 small stores that don't carry anything as fancy as orange - whaddayacallit
- lava rocks...though there's a 100-year old lava field about 80 miles north; maybe Pud and I can hike there and get some?

that leaves febreeze and vinegar.

alternatively, Mama wonders if she shouldn't just go ahead and pee on the driver's seat, at least then they'll be matching again.:uhoh:

Just gotta remember not to volunteer to pick up the University president when he visits again...:no:
 

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uh oh. double post
 

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dang. TRIPLE post! A personal record (too much caffeine this a.m.)
 
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