Cat urine bare wooden floors clean

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  1. Ohmslaw

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    Hi. We moved into a new house and it stinks of cat urine. Our carpets are being ripped up and we are going to clean the bare wooden floors, but what to use?

    Those who are fitting our new flooring said to use Jeyes, but it says its only outdoor use. Any suggestions?

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    PH neutraliser for pools/spas.
    We have an old cat becoming incontinent , she goes on kitchen tiled floor , we spray with a weak mix of ph neutraliser and it not only kills the smells but removes any trace of staining to the grout.

    https://www.poolwarehouse.uk.com/in...nDnP_iX5l3XWYh6LE-J1B0ePagCRugTxoC43YQAvD_BwE

    I put a heaped spoon in a spray bottle with water and spray effected areas. You could put similar amount in bucket of water and wash down boards.
     
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  4. mattylad

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    To get rid of cat pee options available are:
    A floor sander.
    Rip them up and replace them.
    If they are wooden floor boards not chipboard then use jeys then turn them over...
    Burn the house down (after you have packed up and moved)

    Get a dog or two, you'll never notice the cat smell then. :) :)
     
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    Jeyes will stink worse than the pee and for longer.
     
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