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Light Spot On Wood Floor After Cleaning Up Old Urine

I had dark urine dog stains on my hardwood floor and I used the hydrogen peroxide technique however I may have used too much or left it on for too long because now that area of my floor is noticeably a lighter shade than the rest of my hardwood floor! HELP!

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Jennifer from Slatington, PA

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By Rebecca. (Guest Post)
August 3, 20070 found this helpful

Hydrogen peroxide is a bleach and should never be used on any dark surfaces. I would have used an enzyme based product, such as Multizyme from ecodiscoveries.
you can find them at ecodiscoveries.com.

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August 3, 20070 found this helpful

You could even out the color by applying shoe polish in the appropriate shade and rubbing it in until it all matches...

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