Pet Urine Stains on Hardwood Floors

How do I get black urine stains, from my dog, off a hardwood floor?

By Olwynnel from Alna, ME

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Pet Urine Stains on Hardwood Floors

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I seriously doubt it's entirely redeemable, but for starters, I'd go to a pet or janitorial supply place and get the enzyme odor stuff. It dissolves organic residues, so it might remove some of the stain. I'd apply once, leave and observe for a few days. If it helps, see how far it will take the process of removing the stain.

After a few weeks, if the stain is better, try a q-tip with bleach water in a tiny spot. Sometimes bleach water removes stains from wood. Then wood needs to be sanded as the grain will be raised. Then it will need to be re-stained to match the rest of floor and varnished. That's if it is an old floor.

If it's a new floor, maybe just buy some replacement pieces, skip all of the above, and replace the damaged pieces. (08/25/2009)

By PIKKA

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