While on vacation, our cats used a downstairs bath as a urinal....carpet and baseboard were sprayed. We are removing the carpet and baseboard. Is there any way to seal the drywall to eliminate the odor? It is essential that we eliminate all odor or we're likely to have a repeat performance. Product names would be appreciated. Help! Fast!
Kilz, it is a primer that is recommended for just about anything. In particular it is required to cover/seal smoke damaged home's interior walls (i.e., drywall). Seal the drywall with Kilz then paint. There are other brand names out there that will perform the same funtion, but I personnally prefer Kilz. Good luck, and take a look in the FAQ section here for more info regarding the carpet, subfloor, etc.
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