Hi. It is Ken the Odor Dude. Here is the step by step tips to remove dog urine and feces odor
from your yard or patio using my homemade dog urine yard odor eliminator.
Step No One
Mix up my yard odor neutralizer formulation (Formula No 2)
Real easy and very cheap to do. This will completely nail the worst odor you can imagine and it is easy to use.
(To mix up a 3.5 gallon bucket of the product will cost you around 50 cents.)
I developed this formula over a 12 year career in odor removal It is very effective and uses mostly household products that you may have in the home already. You can boost it too for sever odors so it is very versatile. It just plain works!!
Step Number two
Tip the formula onto the ground around the dog urine or dog feces in your yard.
You will see white foaming and this is normal as it indicates urine. Use a PLASTIC garden watering can to apply it so it is spread evenly.
Step Number three
Move the product around with a broom gently
You will get a lot of foaming but let the odor elimination formula soak into the concrete for approximately 10 minutes, then you can safely hose the area or just let it dry.
If you want to you can agitate the solution on the concrete with a stiff broom to help break down the dog urine however the product will do the work for you. If you have coarse concrete allow the product to soak in longer
Step Number Four
Hose the area down and let it dry.
Once you have hosed the concrete do the sniff test and see if you are happy with the results. For severe cases you may need to do a second application of your homemade yard odor eliminator and then your concrete area will be clean and smelling fresh again.
See below a gentle contamination. Note the white foaming and also the wet concrete. The wet concrete is not contaminated with urine only the white part. EASY AS!!!
Tips for removing dog urine smell from your grass areas
If your dog has peed on your grass then you can use our DIY formula easily and inexpensively
You can use the formulation 2 for old urine smells in the grass also.
Quite often a regular hosing of the grass will control the odors if the urine is recent and the grass and soil is dryish. The problems arise in winter when the soil is very wet and the urine is not evaporating off.
Rest assured if the issue gets worse you can always use my amazing DIY formula for removing dog urine odors.