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Old 06-21-2019, 10:05 PM   #3
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Default Re: Help, urine removal on laminate hardwood

I don't know what kind it is. I wish I did. The house had been flipped when we bought it, all the flooring was new. This is the first big "spill" on it.

I read online to sprinkle baking soda over it and let it set for a few hours. I figure that can't hurt as long as I don't rub it...so It's been sitting for awhile. I'll use the sweeper before I go to bed and suck up the baking soda...and then see if it smells tomorrow I guess. I just don't want any of the animals smelling it and thinking they should go there. All of our animals are completely potty trained...no accidents. I felt bad for our dog tonight, this was my fault. I just misjudged how long it had been since she went out and when the last person was home. :/

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https://photos.app.goo.gl/dRGCAhBt8hDpcgfw7

Here's a picture of it.
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