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Mafue

08:04AM | 07/28/03
Member Since: 07/27/03
2 lifetime posts
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I have a rental that has cat urine soaked through the carpet on to the floor. I have tried everything from the pet stores and nothing has worked. Would painting over the urine area neutralize the smell?

rpxlpx

08:59AM | 07/28/03
Member Since: 03/13/00
1678 lifetime posts
It would help. Try Kilz. You'll still have to replace the carpet and pad.

AWoodFloorSpecialist

02:56PM | 07/28/03
Member Since: 07/24/03
80 lifetime posts
Mafue,

A good coat of Polyurethane will alsop seal in the smell. I'm surprized they don't sell it at your pet store (grin)

You will have to remove the carpet first before you apply it. Most of the smell is in the carpet.

Franklyn
http://WoodFloorist.com

carpetman

08:40PM | 07/28/03
Member Since: 01/26/03
549 lifetime posts
i have had some success by pulling back the carpet,rip out the pad,seal the floor put down new pad,reinstall the carpet ,then have it cleaned. good luck

TchrMommy

02:17PM | 08/05/03
Member Since: 01/04/04
84 lifetime posts
Nature's Miracle available at Petco. It is an enzyme that decomposes pet urine. It takes two-weeks to decompose it completely, but it works. I used it to treat my concrete floor before installing new carpet and pad. If you cover up the odor with paint or primer and new flooring, you will set the stain and your animals will still be able to smell it and continue to mark the area. Best to decompose it and be rid of it.
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