ANGRY ORANGE Pet Odor Eliminator for Home – 8 Ounce Dog & Cat Urine Smell Remover – Citrus Concentrate
Gets rid of the toughest pet odors. Angry Orange is a commercial grade citrus pet odor remover.
Angry Orange pet urine odor remover is safely derived from the oil found in orange peels.
Our 8 oz. bottle of pet odor remover makes a gallon of solution. Simply mix 4 tbsp of concentrate with 32 oz. of water in your sprayer.
The odor eliminator for home can be used on cat odor in litter boxes, pet odor in yard or kennel.
A powerful & effective dog odor eliminator that even works on animal smells in barns and stables.
Best Sellers Rank: See Top 100 in Pet Supplies. ASIN: B00OI20SXA. Manufacturer: ANGRY ORANGE. Date First Available: October 14, 2014. Department: Unisex-adult. Product Dimensions: 4.6 x 2.3 x 2.3 inches; 8 Ounces. Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No.
Specification: ANGRY ORANGE Pet Odor Eliminator for Home – 8 Ounce Dog & Cat Urine Smell Remover – Citrus Concentrate
|Dimensions||4.6 × 2.3 × 2.38 in|
7 reviews for ANGRY ORANGE Pet Odor Eliminator for Home – 8 Ounce Dog & Cat Urine Smell Remover – Citrus Concentrate
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No review needed, see story for context. Happily received package thinking today is the day my dogs shall meet their match. Opens package like its Christmas already. Notices bottle is smaller than expected, oh well. Runs to kitchen and reads direction. Finds old bottle of Myers and just pours it out. Opens the demonic orange nuclear chemical warfare weapon thing. Takes a whiff. What the hell? This barely smells like anything. Whatever… pours about less than 1/12 of the bottle in the spray bottle and mixes it with steaming hot water. Throw dogs out. Sprays rigorously around the house, making sure every single piss spot is engaged. 5 Minutes Later. Nothing. I got ripped off again, runs downstairs to get iPad to leave angry review of angry Demonic orange on amazon. Crap! Forgot my charger. Runs back upstairs. 10 minutes later. I open my basement door to get upstairs into my living room. Living smells as if it has been nuked with a bomb made of orange extracts. No seriously, I sprayed one area of my home and I am about 2 floors up and the smell of orange is so overwhelming that I’ve had to open a window. 15 minutes later. Runs outside to let dogs in and sees neighbor outside. Neighbor asks if I’m making some kind of orange juice because she’s never smelled such a potent orange smell emanating from a seemlingly normal house. I laugh as I shall never reveal my secret. Let’s dogs in. Dogs come, writhe in misery and whimper at their impending doom and sure defeat. They fall and begin pledging allegiance to my new kingdom of orange. The anti-piss has come and I as a believer have a seat at the right hand of his throne. Happy customer and will order much more. PS – No animals were harmed, they’re fine. They’re just avoiding remarking the area our little friend has claimed which is a win/win. I don’t have to clean doggy pee 24-7 anymore and I get to keep my sanity so doggies can still have a nice stable home in this cold weather :).Read more
L. L. Katherman –
Let me set the stage for this long review. I am diagnosing myself as CP phobic (cat pee phobic). This is not yet an official disease but I am working on a patent. The roots of my CP phobia come from my childhood days as does everything else that is wrong with my life but I will skip the details for a book I will later write and discuss with Dr. Oz. Cats were around me in my childhood days and due to absent parents, they peed everywhere and little was done to clean it up. Therefore, the smell of cat pee brings severe anxiety, anger, and anything else that is related to a negative feeling. In 2002, a small kitten followed me into a 7-11. She was friendly but obviously abandoned and probably had her days limited if left in the busy parking lot of this convenience store. So on this wonderful day in the winter, I walked out with a Diet Coke, a pack of Marlboro lights, and a kitten. All three items were destined to deteriorate my health. Fast forward to 2017 and this same cat is still with me. I am almost certain this cat will outlive me and I am only 34. This is the last cat I will ever own. Due to her age, attitude, and possibly her political views, she decided to start peeing on the carpet. I immediately google “life span of indoor cats.” I realized I have at least 2 years left but maybe 5 years. I then take this 11 pound ball of fur to the vet to pay a lot of money for a diagnosis that my cat is healthy and a brat. Both of us come home hating each other. The peeing continues. Below is how I handled the situation in which she is still alive and I am slightly more unhinged than before. Several products will be mentioned as I am copying and pasting this review to all the companies who are responsible in allowing this cat to currently live through her natural life with me. I spent a HUGE chunk of money on the litter robot. I recommend going to the litter robot website and researching this expensive toilet for cats. They have great customer service too. The litter robot is life changing for anyone who actually plans on owning cats for fun and for cats who refuse to use a dirty litter box. Due to my CP phobia, I plunked down the money. Everything worked great until my cat saw me enjoying life. The peeing began again. I put down a plain old square litter box and added “Cat Attract” litter. The peeing stopped. My adorable ball of high maintenance fur now uses the litter robot to go number two and the plain square box to go number one. The “Cat Genie” trash can is a must with anyone who has CP phobia. It keeps the smell down to a minimum and saves on trash bags. Now that my 15 year old queen is satisfied with her restroom, I am now left to attack the cat pee smell. Putting Febreeze on a cat pee spot is like putting a cute SuperMan band aid on an 8 inch deep gash; it’s super adorable but we all know I am going to pass out from the blood loss. Attacking cat pee is serious business and requires hours of work, determination, and money. Did I state how I will never own a cat again? First you will need Rocco and Roxie pet stain remover. Just buy the jug if you are battling cat pee. The spray bottle will not be used. Pour Rocco and Roxie on the cat pee. It needs to be a puddle that soaks in through the carpet and into the carpet pad. We are not using a band aid, we are going in and sanitizing this dire situation. As you get the spots you can see, grab a UV light, turn off the lights, and prepare for night battle. Find all the illuminating spots and pour that Rocco and Roxie on all spots. Cat pee is no laughing matter to people like me. After all the spots are drenched, wait it out for a few hours and soak as much up with paper towels. If you use a towel, I feel you are transferring cat pee from one spot to the next. There will be a slight chemical smell. Again, cat pee is not like spilling your tumbler of vodka and soda water because the cat trips you up on purpose. Cat pee is anger and anxiety wrapped into one huge ball which needs strong chemicals to destroy. If you are satisfied with Rocco and Roxie, and no odor of cat pee is present, then continue on with your life. If you are CP phobic and can detect a small whiff of cat pee, proceed to step 2. Step two requires buying Angry Orange. Angry Orange is a smell that cats hate and is actually pretty pleasant to others. It smells like straight oranges. I bought the spray bottle and the concentrated refill bottle. Because I am CP phobic, I put a lot of the concentrated angry orange in a spray bottle and a little bit of water. I grabbed my UV light and went after the spots like the crazy, mad woman I have become. I sprayed all the spots only to have the entire house overwhelmed with the smell of orange. I am pretty sure my neighbors think I have opened a juicing station in the middle of my kitchen. I highly recommend following the directions of using the correct ratio of water to Angry Orange. If you do not follow the directions, not only will you think about writing a book called “James and the Giant Orange” but there will be slight orange spots on your carpet. Which now we can go to step 3. Rocco and Roxie has an OxyClean product. This carpet cleaner gets out the toughest stains including my error of Angry Orange stains. Spray the product on any stain, let it sit for 5 minutes, and then start working on it with paper towels. At this point, I am satisfied I have fought a good battle but I am still wary. I have an oreck orbiter to clean my travertine floors. I bought the attachments for cleaning the carpet and also Oreck Dry Carpet Cleaner. I spray the Rocco and Roxie OxyClean product as a mist on a 6 by 6 foot spot and then sprinkle the dry carpet cleaner all over. A LITTLE GOES A LONG WAY. I rub the cleaner into the carpet with my oreck orbiter. Wait 45 minutes to 2 hours and vacuum. The Dry Carpet Cleaner gets out stains but it also gets out all the allergens and cat litter smell. I am not a fan of steam cleaning carpets. I have never had success. The Dry Carpet Cleaner is great for spring cleaning carpets or being completely unhinged by cat pee and needing to verify, the carpet is indeed clean. Finally, after a week, I spray the areas in where I want my cat to never pee on, walk on, and or let alone even look at with the Natural Lemon Aerosol spray. Cats hate the smell of lemons and oranges. I am now 90 percent satisfied I have won the battle of cat pee. I will not be 100 percent satisfied until I replace all the carpet but that will not happen until my cat crosses the rainbow in which she will probably pee on because that is how she rolls. My cat has cost me a lot of money and time but I hope when I am old and peeing everywhere, that someone will take care of me and I will have two toilets in the same room. Did I state I will never own a cat again? I hope this helps with anyone who has CP phobia and is willing to go above and beyond of getting rid of any trace of cat pee. I wish you well in your battle.Read more
Super fast delivery. Didn’t stop cat from peeing in my hall, but love the citrus smell.Read more
Mrs. E. Monro –
Lovely smell and seems to be doing the jobRead more
A Munro –
It really does work. We had a random cat coming by our house for about two months and it sprayed heavily all over the house. It was bad. The house smelled heavily of cat urine. We tried cleaning many times with non-ammonia based products including O2 Bleach and nothing worked. We tried one other “cat pee removal” products from Walmart- no luck. We had to do two AO treatments – there was an immediate noticeable difference after the first round, but still a lingering smell, so we did a second round a week later and that completely removed the odour. We used it on: floors(wood, Lino, tiles), furniture (beds, couches, fabrics, book cases), walls (wood, plaster, metal) and clothing- we used it on everything. No issues and no more smell.Read more
Elma P. –
We have a very large and VERY smelly Daniff (Great Dane + Italian Mastiff = slobbery and smelly house horse). He is lovely but he can stink!! After reading the reviews I figured we had nothing to loose. Shipping to Canada
David De Smet –
Es realmente pequeño el recipiente pero hay que recordar que es concentrado. Vacíe 1/4 del producto (más o menos) en otro recipiente con atomizador e inmediatamente probé sobre el lugar donde había orinado mi gato y quedé fascinado! Realmente funciona! Es lo único que me ha funcionado para quitar el penetrante olor de orina de gato, el cual últimamente le había dado por marcar ciertos lugares, como la sala de TV. Habíamos intentado con otros productos y el olor no desaparecía. Éste es el único producto que nos ha servido y el olor a naranja, aunque algo fuerte (quizás porque no lo diluí tanto) no es desagradable. Se podría decir que huele como si hubieras limpiado la casa con algún detergente con aroma (huele fresco). Es un producto que definitivamente volvería a comprar!Read more