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Dog Pee On Hardwood Floors

**** Solutions for Removing *** Pet Urine Stains from Hardwood Floors Emily Ramphal Tweet ++CTA++Pet urine stain removal from hardwood floors can be tricky, and many contractors will advise you to replace the floorboards. However, there is a much cheaper alternative to replacing your hardwood floors. In my case, the previous owners of my *** **** used the small bedroom at the front of the house to corral their cats while they were gone during the day. When I pulled up the carpet in that bedroom, I found a number of spots where cat urine had soaked through the carpet and pad onto the hardwood floor, leaving dark ***** marks and an overwhelming smell. Pet Stain Removal To remove the pet urine stains, I poured hydrogen peroxide directly on the stain, covered it with a hydrogen peroxide-soaked rag, and then covered that with plastic wrap and let everything sit overnight. In the morning, the ***** stains and odor were gone, and I was able to sand and refinish my floors. For smaller or lighter pet urine stains, you may not need to refinish all of the flooring in the room. In this case, make sure to pour the peroxide only on the stain, check the progress of the peroxide every ten minutes, and wipe up the excess as soon as the stain has disappeared. You can then sand if needed and apply touch up wood floor stain using a paint brush. Remember to go with the grain of the wood. Removing Pet Urine Smells from Hardwood Floors All three of my large dogs had accidents on our hardwood floors when they were puppies–it happens. If you are able to clean up a pet accident on your hardwood floors right after the act, it’s easy to simply wipe up the mess. However, there is usually a lingering smell. Many sites recommend spraying the area with a 1:1 ratio of vinegar and water in a spray bottle to remove pet urine odors. This has never worked well for me. Others have found success with Nature’s Miracle, but I have found that Urine Gone is the only cleaner that removes the odor and prevents puppies and kitties (as well as ***** dogs) from peeing in the same place. I have used it on carpet, tile, hardwood, and my couch with great success. Urine Gone does leave a musty scent behind. While it is much better than urine, I usually mop up with a nice-smelling and pet-safe cleaner. I recommend Mrs. Meyer’s All-Purpose Cleaner afterwards to leave my **** smelling fresh (both the lemon verbena or lavender scents are lovely). Testing the Product Whatever product you choose, be sure to test a very small and ****** area of your wooden flooring before tackling all the stained areas. Though you may be anxious to tackle the stains, it’s **** to be sure that the product is safe for your floor’s finish. Emily Ramphal Emily Ramphal is the owner of three ****** shepherds and an avid housekeeper. In addition to helping various ****** rescue organizations, she works with several *** training groups. She holds a BA in ******* and works for an Internet company in California. Tweet About the AuthorEmily Ramphal is the owner of three ****** shepherds and an avid housekeeper. In addition to helping various ****** rescue organizations, she works with several *** training groups. She holds a BA in ******* and works for an Internet company in California.
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Dog Pee On Hardwood Floors

++CTA++Pet urine stain removal from hardwood floors can be tricky, and many contractors will advise you to replace the floorboards. However, there is a much cheaper alternative to replacing your hardwood floors. In my case, the previous owners of my *** **** used the small bedroom at the front of the house to corral their cats while they were gone during the day. When I pulled up the carpet in that bedroom, I found a number of spots where cat urine had soaked through the carpet and pad onto the hardwood floor, leaving dark ***** marks and an overwhelming smell. Pet Stain Removal To remove the pet urine stains, I poured hydrogen peroxide directly on the stain, covered it with a hydrogen peroxide-soaked rag, and then covered that with plastic wrap and let everything sit overnight. In the morning, the ***** stains and odor were gone, and I was able to sand and refinish my floors. For smaller or lighter pet urine stains, you may not need to refinish all of the flooring in the room. In this case, make sure to pour the peroxide only on the stain, check the progress of the peroxide every ten minutes, and wipe up the excess as soon as the stain has disappeared. You can then sand if needed and apply touch up wood floor stain using a paint brush. Remember to go with the grain of the wood. Removing Pet Urine Smells from Hardwood Floors All three of my large dogs had accidents on our hardwood floors when they were puppies–it happens. If you are able to clean up a pet accident on your hardwood floors right after the act, it’s easy to simply wipe up the mess. However, there is usually a lingering smell. Many sites recommend spraying the area with a 1:1 ratio of vinegar and water in a spray bottle to remove pet urine odors. This has never worked well for me. Others have found success with Nature’s Miracle, but I have found that Urine Gone is the only cleaner that removes the odor and prevents puppies and kitties (as well as ***** dogs) from peeing in the same place. I have used it on carpet, tile, hardwood, and my couch with great success. Urine Gone does leave a musty scent behind. While it is much better than urine, I usually mop up with a nice-smelling and pet-safe cleaner. I recommend Mrs. Meyer’s All-Purpose Cleaner afterwards to leave my **** smelling fresh (both the lemon verbena or lavender scents are lovely). Testing the Product Whatever product you choose, be sure to test a very small and ****** area of your wooden flooring before tackling all the stained areas. Though you may be anxious to tackle the stains, it’s **** to be sure that the product is safe for your floor’s finish. Emily Ramphal Emily Ramphal is the owner of three ****** shepherds and an avid housekeeper. In addition to helping various ****** rescue organizations, she works with several *** training groups. She holds a BA in ******* and works for an Internet company in California.
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Dog Pee On Hardwood Floors

Hi Jessica! We also have laminate flooring so I know your concern. To clean up the ***, after wiping the *** *** up with a cloth, we use Dawn dish soap and a little water and for cleaning the dried ***. Use a mixture of a little water, vinegar, Dawn dish soap and wipe it dry. I use a mixture of vinegar and olive *** for dusting. It’s Great for conditioning wood. I use “Rejuvenate” Brand products on the laminate floor. It is made for all floors including laminate. The Restorer helps to fill in “some scratches” and puts down a protective coating. Remember, when the dogs “mark”, they don’t take time to sniff the spot. Their nose is very sensitive to other pet Oder. My client dogs that mark come in the front door and out the patio door to the backyard at drop off. I also put down *** pads but that doesn’t **** for marking. I just have to keep everything wiped up as soon as I see it. I don’t always catch them. As soon as I see a leg lift, I firmly, but not yell, just say “No!” They stop, look at me and outside we go. I hope this helps with your floors at least.
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Dog Pee On Hardwood Floors

Kathleen D. Book a StayMesa, AZ Hi Jessica! We also have laminate flooring so I know your concern. To clean up the ***, after wiping the *** *** up with a cloth, we use Dawn dish soap and a little water and for cleaning the dried ***. Use a mixture of a little water, vinegar, Dawn dish soap and wipe it dry. I use a mixture of vinegar and olive *** for dusting. It’s Great for conditioning wood. I use “Rejuvenate” Brand products on the laminate floor. It is made for all floors including laminate. The Restorer helps to fill in “some scratches” and puts down a protective coating. Remember, when the dogs “mark”, they don’t take time to sniff the spot. Their nose is very sensitive to other pet Oder. My client dogs that mark come in the front door and out the patio door to the backyard at drop off. I also put down *** pads but that doesn’t **** for marking. I just have to keep everything wiped up as soon as I see it. I don’t always catch them. As soon as I see a leg lift, I firmly, but not yell, just say “No!” They stop, look at me and outside we go. I hope this helps with your floors at least.

Dog Pee On Hardwood Floors

Dog Pee On Hardwood Floors
Dog Pee On Hardwood Floors
Dog Pee On Hardwood Floors

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