Dog and cat odors, specifically urine odors, are very common uses for our machines. However, there is a distinct difference between dog and cat odors that make one relatively easy to solve, and the other among the most difficult. Dog odors are very organic and considered average in terms of difficulty. On the other hand, cat urine odors have a unique enzyme which makes them especially troublesome.
If you are using our machines against dog odors, follow the operation instructions for best results. If you are using our machine for cat urine, it is recommended to use an enzyme cleaner prior to applying the ozone. After treating the cat urine areas with an enzyme cleaner (example: floors, carpets) make sure the floors are completely dry. It is recommended to treat the odors on an individual room basis in order to allow the ozone to reach the highest concentrations. Follow the run time chart and consider dog odors as an average to moderate degree odor. Consider cat urine odors among the toxic odors and perform multiple treatments if necessary.
Product recommendations: For dog odors, we recommend our MaxBlaster PRO Edition. For cat urine odors we recommend our MaxBlaster PRO-G Edition. For cat urine odors, do not allow the machine to breathe the cat urine. Set your machine up in a manner that it can breather cleaner air. Breathing cat urine over time may result in grime developing on the plates and thus requiring service sooner than expected. For commercial business application we recommend a three-pack of either our MaxBlaster PRO or PRO-G Edition machines. Contact us for advice on how to treat cat urine odors.