We have been using a clothes free method when we are home. Even underwear are tight around the legs like a diaper, so they don't quite recognize the difference. If you are concerned about your home, like I am, send her outside. Our son loves to run around the backyard and when he wets he looks down and tells us. It might take a couple of intensive days and even then some kiddos just won't do it if Mom and Dad want it too badly because it is something they have power over.
Day 1- Totally clothes free at home. Focus on pottying and nothing else.
Day 2- Totally clothes free at home. Be out of the house with no diaper or underwear- just loose pants. Maybe go for a walk to the park. Try to avoid the car or anything tight around the legs.
Day 3- Totally clothes free at home. Maybe she can wear a t-shirt or some loose pants, but try to let her have as much freedom as possible. Try being out of the house for an hour in the morning and an hour in the afternoon. Still loose clothing, but no underwear or diaper and try to avoid a car seat.
As the days progress, try to give her as much clothes free time until she really gets the hang of it. It saves on laundry, but it also eliminates the subconscious feeling of having something to catch the "stuff". When she has an "accident" try not to use negative language- just reinforce what you want her to do. "Our pee pee goes in the potty".
Our son is almost 2 1/2 and we have used a sticker chart to set goals and earn rewards. He does really well with that, but given that generally boys take longer to potty train, we are still working on it. We use this method and sometimes he does really well and sometimes he is just too busy. The good news is that kids rarely go to kindergarten still making messes in their pants. They all get it eventually. Good Luck!