How to Get Cat Urine Smell Out of Hardwood Floors
To get cat urine smells out of hardwood floors, use white distilled vinegar, a sponge and paper towels. Let the vinegar soak into your floor and little bit and repeat the process to remove the smell of cat urine with help from a professional cleaner in this free video on cleaning pet odors and stains.
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Hey there, I'm Mark Newman-Kuzel, President and CEO of Maid in the U.S.A., and today I'm going to teach you how to get rid of cat urine smells out of your hardwood floors. The materials I'm going to be using today are white distilled vinegar, a soft yellow sponge with scruffy reverse and some white two ply paper towels with no inks on it. First of all, what I'm going to do is take my white distilled vinegar, going to pour it on my yellow sponge, just pour a little in there. It's alright if you do get some extra on the floors, that's totally fine. Just kind of rub softly, always with the soft side only so you don't damage your wood floors, back and forth. You can let it soak in a tiny bit, don't be afraid if you have to repeat this process a couple times because it's one of the worst smells you can ever get out of your home. Just take your white two ply paper towel and that's how you get rid of cat urine smells out of your hardwood floors. I'm Mark Newman-Kuzel with Maid in the U.S.A.