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HrlyDvsnRdr
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Posted: September 19, 2008 3:40 PM

I have gorgeous hardwood floors in my home and two gorgeous kittens as well. They were pretty much house trained when I got them, but they still have the occasional accident. What I want to know is, is there a product that is good to use for cleaning up pet stains from hardwood flooring?
ichiban
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Posted: October 1, 2008 6:46 PM

RE: clean cat stains from hardwood
Use an absorben cloth to wipe up any wet urine from the surface,  A diaper also works great for absorbing the most urine.  Then wash the area off with a damp cloth and some vinegar to remove as much urine as possible. Next spray with an odor-removing bacteria and enzyme killer.  If the smell remains, try this (but test in a small hidden area first).  Then make a mixture of hydrogen peroxide(diluted to about 3%), a few squirts of regular dish soap, and a little baking soad.  Apply it to the area wipe up.  If the smell is still there, you are probably going to have to replace the hardwood as it most likely has speed into the wood and subfloor.
ichiban
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Posted: October 1, 2008 6:47 PM

RE: clean cat stains from hardwood
Sorry, I mean "seeped into the wood and subfloor"
HrlyDvsnRdr
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Posted: December 29, 2008 12:43 AM

RE: clean cat stains from hardwood
I'll try that.  Hopefully it will help.  Thanks.
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Posted: January 3, 2009 1:06 AM

RE: clean cat stains from hardwood
sure, glad to help.
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Posted: August 4, 2010 10:13 PM

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Use an absorben cloth to wipe up any wet urine from the surface,  A diaper also works great for absorbing the most urine.  Then wash the area off with a damp cloth and some vinegar to remove as much urine as possible. Next spray with an odor-removing bacteria and enzyme killer.  If the smell remains, try this (but test in a small hidden area first).  Then make a mixture of hydrogen peroxide(diluted to about 3%), a few squirts of regular dish soap, and a little baking soad.  Apply it to the area wipe up.  If the smell is still there, you are probably going to have to replace the hardwood as it most likely has speed into the wood and subfloor.

 Are you sure it's useful. If so, I would like to have a try!
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