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How to remove urine smells from bathrooms?Updated 3 months ago

🤔 Why do bathrooms smell? Bathrooms' glazed and unglazed surfaces, such as porcelain toilet bowls over glazed tiles with porous grouting, are subject to long-term build-up of uric acid crystals. 

🚽 urineFREE will eliminate the urine smell and the source by "eating up" the uric acid crystals, leaving you with a sparkling clean, odour-free bathroom.

New "fresh" stains

  1. Blot up excess urine with paper towels.
  2. Spray with urineFREE.
  3. Allow to dry.
  4. Lightly sponge surface with water to remove any residue. 

Old stains:

  1. Use a urineFREE Urine Detector to find dried urine affected areas, typically around the lower areas, rear and base of the toilet bowl and extending outwards across the floor.
  2. Spray affected areas liberally with urineFREE.
  3. Allow to dry and remove residue with a damp cloth.
  4. Re-inspect with a urineFREE Urine Detector and repeat steps 2 and 3 until all traces are gone. Two or three applications are generally sufficient.


⚠️ Previous products: never use cleaners, chemicals or deodorisers to remove urine. These products tend to coat or encapsulate the uric acid crystals (the source of the odours) and make it difficult for urineFREE to penetrate. If you have used these products, try to remove as much of the products as possible with water and a clean cloth. Blot and allow to dry and then apply urineFREE.

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