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Removing Dog Urine Sealed Onto Concrete Floor

Forgive this lengthy explanation/question, but it is unavoidable for it's a horrible situation I'm stuck in!
While on vacation, our house sitter used Mop N Glo on our sealed concrete floors to clean up our big dog's pee and poop accident. Unfortunately I'm certain the house sitter (teenage friend of my teenager, a mistake yes I know) didn't bother to clean the areas before using Mop N Glo, basically sealing everything onto the floor!


It's been a week and I have tried everything. Please someone help!

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September 6, 20170 found this helpful

Oh no!

I googled How to Remove Mop & Glo and there are a couple methods you could try for 'build up' but give it a try for your situation too.

1. Vinegar Solution
2. Baking Soda Blend
3. Ammonia Option

Reference: http://homeguid … oors-105767.html

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September 6, 20170 found this helpful

I would make a paste with baking soda and vinegar,scrub the spot. Rinse and repeat.

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September 7, 20170 found this helpful

I had tried vinegar but it remained smelly, the baking soda/vinegar paste worked brilliantly!

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September 10, 20170 found this helpful

Acid washing the concrete or products formulated for urine removal from concrete is your best choice. If acid washing, be sure to wear protective eye covering, waders and rubber gloves.

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