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 Taso
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(Subject = total sarcasm)

How does one get cat piss out of clothing?

Me being me, I put it in the wash...Had no effect, took it out, put stain stick on it, put it back in. Waiting to see if anything good comes of that...

One of my favourite shirts!

Anyone got a clue?

What happened to our resident cat expert? Martha I think...

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(@musenfreund)
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Go to Petsmart. They have all kinds of cleaners for dealing with those extra gifts our companion animals leave us.
And next time don't put your shirt in the litter box!

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 Nils
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Fabreeze (fabric odor spray) it then hang it overnight then wash it again. :idea:

:twisted: Then a rubber band or cork for the cat. :twisted:

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 Taso
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I guess the eqiuvelant to petsmart is "petco" around here musen. Good idea, I'm an idiot. lol.
And next time don't put your shirt in the litter box!

hahaha! Made me laugh.

Nils, will fabreeze also get rid of the stain? I know it takes care of smells...
Then a rubber band or cork for the cat.

Made me cry, and wonder what have humans come to. Kidding, made me laugh as well.

haha, good responses guys. Thanks!

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 Nils
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No fabreeze won't get rid of the stain but Shout pre-wash will.

Man am I domestic or what :lol:

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 geoo
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No fabreeze won't get rid of the stain but Shout pre-wash will.

Man am I domestic or what :lol:

Your skirt is showing Nils.. :lol: I'm just kidding. I am very domestic myself. My dad always told me I was gonna make someone a great house husband someday.. But then he stopped saying that after the second divorce. :(

Shout it out!!

Geoo

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No fabreeze won't get rid of the stain but Shout pre-wash will.

Man am I domestic or what :lol:

I'll vote for or what :D

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 Nils
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I stopped wearing the skirt since winter is coming. Gave up the purse because I kept leaving it places. Stopped wearing high heels because of the arthritis. And the makeup was causing my skin to break out. That leave just an old man who can clean house AND mow the lawn.

And the "or what's" win

:lol: :oops: :evil: :lol:

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LMAO :D

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 geoo
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I stopped wearing the skirt since winter is coming. Gave up the purse because I kept leaving it places. Stopped wearing high heels because of the arthritis. And the makeup was causing my skin to break out. That leave just an old man who can clean house AND mow the lawn.

And the "or what's" win

:lol: :oops: :evil: :lol:

I had one of those reply... review... review... review... erase moments just now. Good luck on the cat Taso (Staying in topic)

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 Nils
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I had one of those reply... review... review... review... erase moments just now. Good luck on the cat Taso (Staying in topic)
You should have seen what I deleted from that :lol:

Yup, good luck with the cat pee Taso. (staying on topic to)

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Vinegar! The white (clear kind). If you use red wine vinegar, the smell won't be your only problem. Wash it in the washing machine with with either just vinegar or vinegar and detergent. You'll have to wash it a second time so it doesn't smell like vinegar. If the stain sits too long this may not work.

It's not easy being green.... good thing I'm purple.


   
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 Taso
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Good thinking! Gotta talk to the MOM about all of this, thats the best reference.

lol Guys. You have many issues, your transexuality is just one of them.

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1) Throw away old shirt.

2) Buy new shirt.

3) Get rid of cat.

Problem solved.


   
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Good luck getting the pee out Taso.

I once had to get cat piss out of a computer. :shock:

I had an old Amstrad which had all the circuitry beneath the keyboard (no separate box). An old cat and a new kitten decided to have a fight one night right on top of the bloody thing.

Presumably the young cat was losing and pissed all over the computer. I had to strip it all down and try and clean it all down with soft cloths (can't stick your circuitry in the wash...).

To my surprise the computer still worked, and never gave problems.

Hope the shirt comes clean. Lots of things come out with just a decent soaking in ordinary washing soaps.

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