Sorry to hear about the cats being naughty and not always using their litter boxes all the times.
I use to work in a vet's office. I'll just give you a few idea's and see if any of them help.
Washing out the cat litter bins may still leave a urine smell hidden to us, but it is in the plastic, they may smell it. See if you can find an enzyme odor eliminator. One that is fairly cheap is called GTP. It is in a spray bottle 32oz and it costs about $2.00. This product is 100% bio friendly and non toxic.
I would say you need at least one more cat litter bin if not two. Double the amount of bins for cats. Some animals don't care, some do. My daughter has two cats they have two bins they are fine. I had a cat that would pee in one and poo in the other and she had three bins because she was a huge fuss pot and if things were not just right she would poo just outside the bin!!!! Place the bins in different places.
Some cats don't like certain cat litter, check out the different brands and see if they are cleaner with a different brand. If you see them using any other area than the bins spray them with a water bottle. Lift them and place them in a litter bin.
Reward the good behaviour and give a little treat. Make sure the cats have some toys and are played with if they like that sort of thing.
Floor pillows can be made really cheap. Jo-Ann Fabrics sells foam and see if you can get any trimmings then get some fabric and make some floor cushions. Do a hand back stitch if you do not have a sewing machine. Good luck!!!
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