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So ... cat pee?

devnulljp

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So ... cat pee?
How do you get the stink out of your cab once it's dried in?
I can't be the only one this has ever happened to... :mad:
 

Greentone

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It happened to a Vibrolux I have. I had to chuck the reverb pan. But I salvaged the cab. Try Natures Miracle and repeat the process a few times. It might just work for you. Good luck.
 

Guitar Josh

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In my experience, sunlight and fresh air work wonders for smells.
 

FenderAmpGas

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Definitely Nature's Miracle. My wife's cats seem to like to pee on gym bags, tote bags, etc. I've saved a couple with Nature's Miracle. The key is to spray it on, try to soak it up, let it dry and reapply.

Luckily they haven't peed on any gear yet! If they did, they may just have to "accidentally" get lost outside. :)
 

jbt7764

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I know a thing or two about bad cats. Definitely natures miracle but pets smart has a spray that you can use to make your amps unatractive to your cat. Its a pheromone spray.

I have more issues with bad cats.

John
 

NyteOwl

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I take the prevention approach. I leave the door to my music room closed at all times. Good luck.
Me, too, but not because I'm afraid one of my cats will pee in there, but so they'll never be tempted to use grill cloth for a scratching post.
 

axelicker

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Yeah I don't know what it is about cabs, but I've had 2 different cats that think it's a great place to mark... and once they do, you can't get the scent out (esp off the speaker cone!) so it will likely happen again.
I cut squares of sheet foam from Home Depot (the hard pink stuff) and use it to cover the front of my cabs.
 




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