HOW TO REMOVE PET URINE FROM PLASTIC July 08, 2011 14:00

Cats are notorious for urinating in and spraying household items that you’d rather them not!  One of our cats here at Wee Cleaner (Jack, who has since passed away), had chronic urinary issues and often used open plastic storage bins as his personal litter box.  As frustrating as it was, we knew that all we had to do was pour some Wee Cleaner in the bin and let it soak until the odor was gone.

Plastic isn’t challenging to treat, but the best results are obtained if you can immerse and soak the item in Wee Cleaner.  For smaller items like plastic toys, rinse first to remove any excess urine.  Then, in a sink or tub, cover the items completely in Wee Cleaner.  If you are treating a large number of items, fill the sink or tub with warm water and then add 2-4 cups of Wee Cleaner to the water.  Allow the items to soak for at least 24 hours or up to several days until the odor is removed.

For larger items that can’t be soaked (like an outdoor children’s playset), use a spray bottle, chemical sprayer or washcloth to saturate the surface of the item.