Eliminate Dog Odor From Concrete Permanently


Concrete floors in garages or basements absorb dog odor and I have removed these odors for hundreds of home owners using a very simple technique which has also been used by thousand of pet owners across the world.

Determine if the dog odor is caused by urine, poop or just general dog smell. Apply the premixed 4 part Formula 2 on the affected area and ensure the product penetrates into the concrete. Dog urine will penetrate deeper than dog poop so use 1 pint for urine and half a pint for dog poop. Tip on and leave for 10-30 minutes or until foaming stops.

To succeed in Dog Odor removal we break the odors into three categories.
All three smells will permeate into concrete and each one requires a slightly different approach to ensure success.

  1. Dog Urine Odor
  2. Dog Poop Odor
  3. General Dog Odor (caused by oil in fur and from anal glands)

We look at each odor below and I provide the treatment system I use as a professional odor removal contractor.

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Remove Dog urine smell in concrete floors.

Neutralizing dog urine odor in a concrete garage or basement floor is a not difficult if you use an “active” product that has the ability to penetrate into the concrete and react with the urine components. The smell is easily fixed using a cleaning formulation specifically designed for concrete floors. It’s cheap to make and highly efficient. 
Find out more here. 

An “active” product means once that is mixed just prior to application so the chemicals are still reacting when the solution is applied.

Step One: Mix up the active product
Mix up one gallon of our DIY odor neutralizer using formula 2 into a bucket or garden water plastic container.

Step Two: Find the areas of contamination.
Spray or pour the mixed formula 2 on the ground to locate the urine contamination.
The product will foam white (as shown below) when it comes in contact with dog urine or other dog residues that cause odor.

Step No 3: Once the area of contamination is located apply a heavy dose of my formula 2 to the concrete
Move the solution around with a soft brush broom. There is no need to scrub as the solution will do the work.
Make sure the product is soaking in. If it is not soaking in it means there is oil or other contaminants on the ground and this will need to be cleaned with a broom so the product can soak in.

Hot Tip: Dog odor increases when the air is damp especially in humid conditions. The easiest way to find the areas to treat is apply the formula to the most common areas and look for white foaming as shown above

Step No Four. Leave the product to work for 30 mins or until it stops foaming. Rinse with fresh water and leave to dry

Hot Tip
For older urine contaminations you may need 2 applications (as evident by excessive foaming when premixed concrete is first applied)

Remove Dog poop odor in concrete floors.

Dog feces residues can get walked into the porous concrete and if missed in a cleanup, the oppop starts to produce bacteria which turns into dog poo odor soon after. Follow these steps to remove the poop and the odor.

How to use our formulation
Step No 1.Make the formulation using 4 simple household chemicals mixed into a large bucket. Very cheap to make and goes a long way. USE FORMULA TWO for concrete floors and boost the concentration as outlined inside the members area.

Step No 1. Mix up one gallon of formula two as outlined above.
Step No 2. Apply the formulation to the concrete floor using a garden watering plastic container and move it around using a soft broom. Look for white foaming which indicates the product is working and burning up the feces. If the dog poop is walked into the concrete you will need to use the broom to scrub that area ensuring all poop is agitated and coated in formula 2.

Step No 3. Look for white foaming. More often than not some areas will be worse than others. Quite often we treated dog diarrhoea and because this is runny it penetrates deep into the concrete. This area may foam more than others as thre bacteria will be more prevalent in areas where oxygen has not come into contact

Step No 4. Broom in gently and leave for 5-10 minutes ensuring the floor is kept wet all the time. This gives time to allow the chemicals to work.The formulation will then eat into the dog poop contaminants and remove the odor.

Step No 4. When the foaming has stopped leave it and walk away. Once it is dry the odor will be gone.

Remove General Dog Odor (caused by oil in fur and from anal glands)

If you are keeping a dog in your garage at night the smell will build up over time, depending on the breed of dog. The floor smells are generally made up of urine, feces and general dog odor from the oils in the dogs fur and often from oils expressed from the anal glands (certain breeds of dogs smell stronger than others and older dogs are the worst usually) so here are some helpful tips to get rid of that infamous smell.

Step No 1. Mix up one gallon of formula two as outlined above.
Step No 2. Apply the formulation to the concrete floor using a garden watering plastic container and move it around using a soft broom. Look for white foaming which indicates the product is working and burning up the feces. If the dog poop is walked into the concrete you will need to use the broom to scrub that area ensuring all poop is agitated and coated in formula 2.

Step No 3. Look for white foaming. More often than not some areas will be worse than others. Quite often we treated dog diarrhoea and because this is runny it penetrates deep into the concrete. This area may foam more than others as thre bacteria will be more prevalent in areas where oxygen has not come into contact

Step No 4. Broom in gently and leave for 5-10 minutes ensuring the floor is kept wet all the time. This gives time to allow the chemicals to work.The formulation will then eat into the dog poop contaminants and remove the odor.

Step No 4. When the foaming has stopped leave it and walk away. Once it is dry the odor will be gone.

Simply apply and walk away. Get rid of dog urine smell the easy way.

Using Ozone Gas To Remove Dog Odor

Ozone is very effective for odor removal and can boost the whole process of removing dog odor while sterilizing your home at the same time.
This is the ozone unit we recommend (see below) for treating dog odor in vehicles, garages, laundry areas and trucks. Just switch it on, and follow directions. These units are powerful and excellent for mold and damp odors in a basement also plus other odors around the house.
See our ozone machine review here
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Step One.

Place the ozone machine into a basement or garage and be sure to block off all air vents such as under a door or a air vent that leads into another occupied area.

Ozone treatment is the easiest way to finish an area of after treatment.
The Ozone machine shown above is very effective for providing a finishing touch and sanitizing to the treated area to remove any remaining dog odor. It also can be used also for killing mold in basements, eliminating dust mites in carpet by killing the mold, reducing cooking smells, and many other uses to purify and improve the odors in a home.

So that is how to remove dog odor and I hope that is helpful and all the best with your treatment.
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Cheers Craig

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