Dog Odor When Tiles Are Washed

When using floor cleaner (non ammonia) or just water to wash tiles, an dog urine smell results. There is no smell from them until washed. Our dog is now a few years old and outside, so this comes from a few years ago. How do I stop this odor?

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July 25, 20170 found this helpful

I have always used baking soda to get rid of dog and cat pee odors. Mix some baking soda in water and try washing your floor with this. Vinegar is another good product to use to get rid of odors. Baking soda in a cat box will stop the box from smelling.

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