Question by  puella22 (160)

How do you go about removing urine spots from hardwood floor?


Answer by  MarianaTerzian (7)

If the urine stain is dry, but not very deep, you can use fine grit sandpaper on it. A cheap alternative is to whiten the stain with a bit of hydrogen peroxide instead of removing it. Another option is to use commercially-available products, like Urine-Erase and OdorZyme.


Answer by  pagan23 (1342)

The best way to clean up urine (especially old urine)is by mixing vinegar and water together. Spray the mixture on the floor. Generously poor baking soda on top of this and let it set for a good 10-15 minutes. After this vacuum up the baking soda. Repeat as needed until clean.


Answer by  mcengle (82)

Hydrogen peroxide and a gentle hand will gradually lighten and remove pet stains for hard wood floors. Simply dab the stain with a hydrogen peroxide soaked cotton ball, wet about ten minutes and repeat the process until disappeared. If that fails,there are products at mass pet retailers that have positive reviews.


Answer by  emmajean (40)

The best method is using wood bleach that contains oxalic acid, which you can find at Home Depot or Lowe's.


Answer by  Prajeesh (369)

It is very difficult to remove urine spots from hardwood floor. You can use petastic odor and stain remover or Nature's miracle.


Answer by  diva25 (4016)

Murphy's Oil Soap usually gets wood clean since that is its purpose. You can usually also try a little vinegar to get it out too.

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