Fish Smell on a Tile Floor

A freezer door was left open and liquid from frozen fish leaked on the ceramic tile floor and now a horrible smell exists. I have tried to clean with pine sol, no help.

Shirley from Houma, LA

January 5, 20070 found this helpful

KILL need bleach OR ammonia . . . NOT BOTH!!!! I recommend bleach. Pine Sol is not even close to strong enough. If you don't want to be quite so aggressive to start out - try to let vinegar soak on it for a while.

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January 6, 20070 found this helpful

You might want to try Odoban. You can buy a gallon of concentrated for about $10 at Sam's Club. It lasts forever! I've gotten rid of all kinds of obnoxious animal smells from carpte, tile, concrete, etc. Hospitals and vet clinics use it, too!

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January 6, 20070 found this helpful

Try covering the spot with fresh coffee grounds (from the can) Cover these with plastic wrap or something and let set for a few days. I had an old cat pee on our livingroom floor which is well worn and used this method and it took out all the smell. May take a while but inexpensive.

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