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BEST stuff I have found is this recipe from one of the girls on this site. You can half it if you don't need this much, but I've had 3 cats and dogs and it has worked for both cat and dog urine, is cheap, easy, and works GREAT.
16oz hydrogen peroxide
1 TBSP baking soda
½ tsp liquid dish soap (preferably lemon)
Pour on, let sit 5-10 minutes, then scrub it REALLY well with a scrub brush. If it's carpet, blot it up, and let it dry, if it's laundry put it in the washing machine.
One time we had a rescue cat pee in our dirty laundry, she hadn't quite found the litter box yet. After a couple of washes not working I poured some febreeze in the washer instead of soap, that seemed to do the trick.
This product I use actually has an enzyme that eats the protien in cat urine ( its completely safe, doesnt hurt you or your clothes. Its called Natures Miracle. You can get a 32 oz bottle at pwtco for 16. Its a little expensive but it works. In total I live with 7 cats.
I put at least 1/4- 1/3 of a cup of apple cider vinegar in the wash if my cat has peed on anything. It works everytime. I don't know why apple cider vinegar is better than regular, but i have saved so many clothes.