Removing Pet Stains From Hardwood Floors - Video Tip

Below is a video giving tips for removing pet stains from hardwood floors.

The suggestions made in the video include to soak up the pet urine as quickly as possible, with an absorbent cloth.

Then, to clean it use a solution of vinegar and water to clean the floor, and to remove odor.

Obviously, the quicker you can clean up the pet urine the better in regard to wood floors.

Here is the video for a demonstration:

What I would like to know from you is how this technique works if the urine has soaked into the wood?

Please tell me your experiences and thoughts in the comments section.

In addition, I would love to hear your tips for removing pet stains from hardwood floors.

If you have your own tips to share you can share your tips for removing pet stains on wood floors here.

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