Rated 1 out of 5 by pete Why the perfume?
If this product works so well, why pump it with foul smelling perfume? I had always used the original Nature's Miracle with success for dog accidents, and decided to try this for a specific urine-on-rug issue. I wouldn't know if it works, because it is so heavily scented with cheap and nasty smelling fragrance, that I will probably toss the persian carpet anyway. Why? If the product claims to neutralize without masking, why add fragrance? I want my house to smell like good cooking and salty air, not cheap perfume.
June 10, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by Vha3742171 Doesnt work
I used this product and other from this company. It doesnt work. Dont waste your money.
April 18, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by snrshwy Urine reprieve
I adopted a dog that was not potty trained nor apt to picking up the skill very well. I was so close to tearing out my carpet after exhausting everything from other cleaners, doggy diapers, potty pads, etc. You name it, I've tried it. I learned of this product from a trainer and she informed me to pour the solution onto the stain at a ratio of 1:2 (urine:solution) and leave it alone for a week. It is the only thing that I've found that works. I use it on my carpet, patio, laundry and tile floors. Sometimes I will get a yellow ring once it's dried but then I realize my carpet is dirty and shampoo the spot. While it can be a drag to have large wet spots on my carpet for a bit, it beats the alternative completely. I'm so thankful for this product. I just wish there was a frequent buyer card. haha
February 5, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Perraultseattle I love Nature's Miracle
I have a senior cat that had injured her hip. She had trouble walking and had a couple accidents because she was unable to make it to her box. Nature's Miracle does what it says it does!! After following the directions, there is not one trace of any accidents. My cat doesn't even notice anymore. She used to stop and sniff where she had gone, but not any more! Fantastic!
October 6, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Lorie Miracle Worker
Between having elderly dogs that had poor bladder control and puppies that are learning potty rules, my carpets stunk! I tired Nature's Miracle and it worked! The odor was gone! It even works on cat urine! I would recommend this to anyone who owns animals. It really is a miracle worker!
September 8, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by meow89 Removed old pet urine stench!
I moved into an apartment where the previous tenant had a dog or a few dogs that urinated in numerous spots. Upon walking into the apartment there is a pungent and head-ache inducing stench from all the ammonia.
At first I tried using a rug doctor. Then I had the carpet professionally shampooed. Then I tried vinegar and water with a bissel, and putting baking soda in the carpet and vacuuming.. BUT STILL...there was an odor. I googled "how to get rid of old urine odor" and saw great reviews for this product, so I decided to give it a try. I was seriously considering breaking the lease with my apartment because the odor was disgusting.
Results: I used a black light to find the urine spots and doused them heavily with the products. I didn't wipe or blot it up immediately, and am letting it sit for another 12 hours before blotting it dry with a towel. Already, there is a huge difference, and I don't think I'll have to fight with the apartment complex to replace the carpet, or have to break my lease. Highly recommend
August 28, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by beaglelover GET THIS!!
greatest stuff for new puppy owners and older dog owners. this stuff is amazing!! it works!! the smell is GONE!!!
July 7, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by MikeC Worked on wood floor / wall seam
My cat was repeatedly peeing on the wood landing area in the corner by the front door (about 4x4 feet) and I used this product to squirt into the seam where the wall meets the wood floor, careful to wipe up excess off the wood. At first the odor actually intensified, so I taped some plastic across the seams to seal in the moisture and let it do its job without evaporating too quickly. After a week, I took the plastic off the seams and to my surprise - NO URINE ODOR. Just a faint clean scent. After that, we decided to seal the seams between the wall and the floor with some sort of epoxy in case the cat did it again it wouldn't go down into the subfloor. I'm not sure about carpet, but for the subfloor under a wood floor where the wall meets the floor, it worked as needed.
June 2, 2014