So you have a concrete floor, perhaps in your basement or under your carpet in your home that seems to be permanently stained with pet urine, a.k.a dog or cat pee. You can smell or see pet urine stains that no matter how much you bleach or wash with vinegar don’t go away. It’s as if you have to settle with the fact that once dog or cat urine has seeped into concrete, it’s there forever. What’s worse is it seems to give off a permanent urine odor, constantly releasing stringing and offensive fumes. Let’s take a look at how we can remove pet urine from concrete the right way so that you have a clean smelling cement floor again.
How to Remove Dog Urine Smell Outside - Pets
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Removing Dog Urine Smell From Hardwood Floors - Planet Urine
Dog urine often leaves a pungent, unpleasant odor which can make inviting guests over a stressful and potentially embarrassing ordeal. Simple detergent can't fully remove the odor of dog urine. But vinegar, a natural solvent and deodorizer, can eradicate the smell of dog urine for good. Paired properly with the right cleaning supplies, vinegar can restore your carpet and prevent your dog from seeking to soil the same spot again.
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