When you're on a trip with your family or your pet, there's always the risk that someone will accidentally pee in your car. This is not only unsanitary but also can soil your car's seats and upholstery.
Regardless of the reason for accidental urination, there are a few steps you can take to clean up this problem so it doesn't affect your travels. Follow these simple steps to remove the urine odor and stain from your car's seat, and you'll have a fresher and cleaner ride for your next trip.
First, you should try blotting the urine with paper towels to soak up as much of the liquid as possible. Then, you'll want to apply a solution of white vinegar and water.
This will help to loosen up the dried stains and make them easier to clean. Once you've cleaned the seat, it's a good idea to use Purodora Urine Odor Neutralizer to completely eliminate the urine odor from your car's interior.
Finally, you can also try cleaning the leather on your seat with a mixture of soap and water. Be sure to pay special attention to any cracks or crevices that may have allowed urine to collect.
After you've finished cleaning the seat, you can use a dry towel to wipe up any excess moisture. This will help prevent re-staining the fabric.