Black Light Pet Urine Detector


You own a couple of cats, and your house smells like it. Despite scrubbing, steam cleaning, power cleaning and every other measure you can think of, the odor of cat urine hangs in hour home.

That’s because there are hidden corners where your cat has sprayed, or significant amounts of urine remain after you’ve attempted to clean. A good enzyme-based cleaner could break the urine down, but, first, you need to know exactly the areas where your animal has sprayed.

Fortunately, there is a relatively easy way to do this. Turn out all your lights and shine a Black Light Pet Urine Detector in the room, shown above. This portable light lets you walk from room to room, in order to find all of the urine so it can be eliminated.

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