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Glass Mirror Stain With Cat Pee

I have a mirrored wall in my house and my pet (male) has urinated on my mirrored wall on one side of it and therefore it has turned grayish-black. Does anyone have any solutions or a tip on how to make it a mirror again on the side he urinated on?


Thanks in advance,

Ladyrider from Houston

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January 23, 20050 found this helpful

Try a mix of white vinagar and water in a spray bottle. Mix equal parts of both. I have found that white vinagar is a miracle woker when it comes to animal smells and other stains. You might want to test a small spot first and then go for the rest. Good luck!

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