Urine stains on hardwood flooring can be the most difficult stains to remove. Repeated urine soiling will turn the area black. Black staining indicates that there is a heavy build-up of dried uric salt crystals. Black stains also indicate wood damage has taken place the acidic urine has burned the tannins in the wood. Enzyme based cleaners can remove the urine odor entirely, and can also remove the buildup of dried uric salt crystals with repeated application.
How To Remove Urine From Hardwood Floors?
How To Remove Urine From Hardwood Floors? | Northside Floors
Animal urine is one of the most common cause of stain and foul odor on wood floors. Here are some preventive measures how to remove urine from hardwood floors and pungent odor from animal urine. Immediately wipe the puddle or the wet spot. Use an absorbent cloth to blot the wetness away from the wood floor. Soak up the wetness and moisture with enough pressure and if necessary use as many cloths or rags to suck of the liquid from the floor effectively.
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Cats are cute — until you spot them "relieving themselves" on your favorite rug, bedpost, or somewhere other than their litter box. While you might just think that your cat is acting up it's possible , there may be a reason for this strange — and smelly — behavior. According to PetMD , dirty litter boxes , the type of litter used, mounting stress, or various medical issues, including urinary tract infections and diabetes, may be to blame. Regardless, accidents happen but you shouldn't accept living with the stench.