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Getting rid of cat smell in your house
I'm making a lot of threads over here! Okay, probably just this one more. My house smells strongly of cat. I've gotten used to the smell, but if guests come over, it's like running into a brick wall, bam, very strong.
My room-mate has a cat, and I have two. Our two parties of cat don't get along, so mine stay in the bedroom (where they are very happy, it seems - they resist any and all escape attempts, they just want their privacy). But the whole house is just cat stink central.
I need something that will get rid of that smell. The room-mate has converted the old laundry area into his cat's litter room, and hardly ever changes the litter. It's a pretty disgusting little nook, not blocked off by any kind of door, leading straight into the kitchen. Everything that isn't my bathroom and my bedroom has no door, as my room-mate "doesn't believe in them," so everything is free and open. Whatever, I have doors, that's all I care about.
So I'd like to kill the smell throughout the house. We've put down the Arm & Hammer baking soda stuff in the carpet that kills pet odors, and Febreezed like machines, but it's still there. Is there anything we can do that doesn't involve ripping up carpet or anything extreme?