Update* Smell is 99% gone. Washes and scrubbing with baking soda and water, followed by diluted bleach and water, and finally 4-5 washes with plain water took care of it. That compartment quickly fills with water and was surprising easy to shop vac despite all the nooks and crannies.
Just curious if all that scrubbing had any effect on the carpet
2013 E-Group 4x4 in True Blue
Front and rear Blackhorse bumper guards
2013 Sahara Unlimited Anniversary wheels wrapped in 255/70R18 Bridgestone Dueler
Updated to 430N RHB Radio w/NAV
Back when I bought my first Wrangler, I brought it home and was in my parking spot in the alley, taking the top down and just getting to know how it worked. My neighbor came home and said come on up for a beer. I left my brand new Jeep alone for five minutes...ten max...and the neighborhood alleycats came and sprayed the interior of my brand new one hour old Jeep! I tried everything. Hosing it out, washing the carpet in a washer...you name it. I finally bought new carpet but still, even then, when it rained, I could faintly smell cat piss. So, when people ask me why I hate cats....I tell them.
Story time! Milk carton exploded in the trunk of my zj almost ten years ago. I cleaned it up but for some reason the roof is still crusty with some weird white flakes. They stick to the fibers and never completely go away no matter how hard you try to clean it off. At least mine doesn't smell. Anyways, glad you could get rid of your stink.
2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee 6.4L (The beast) (Fastest lifted WK) The Sparkly Build
2012 BMW X5 Turbo'ed (The b*tch)
1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee 4.0L (Ol' reliable)