What to do if dog urine soaks into your hardwood floor
If you’re a pet owner, you know that accidents happen. Unfortunately, when your dog has an accident on your hardwood floor, it can be a real problem. Dog urine can quickly seep into the wood, causing permanent damage if not treated properly. Fortunately, there are solutions available, such as Planet Urine’s UrineOut Powder™.
When your dog has an accident on your hardwood floor, it’s important to act quickly. Use a clean towel or paper towels to soak up as much urine as possible. Once you’ve removed as much as you can, it’s time to treat the stain and odor.
Traditional cleaning products may not be effective at removing the stain and odor completely because they don’t break down the uric acid crystals that cause the problem. That’s where Planet Urine’s UrineOut Powder™ comes in.
UrineOut Powder™ is specifically formulated to permanent removal of dog urine, cat urine or human urine, vomit or feces stains and odors. Cleans carpets, rugs, upholstery, hardwood floors, tile/grout, linoleum, drapery, etc. – cat urine removal + dog urine cleaning power.
Absorb the source of the stains and urine odors and simply vacuum them out, finally removing all urine and vomit or feces stains, smells & oders COMPLETELY.
One of the benefits of using UrineOut Powder™ is that it is safe for use on hardwood floors. It doesn’t contain any harsh chemicals that can damage the wood or strip the finish.
Prevention is key when it comes to pet accidents on hardwood floors. Make sure your dog has access to a designated potty area and is let out frequently. If accidents do occur, clean them up immediately to minimize the damage.
In addition to using UrineOut Powder™, there are several other steps you can take to protect your hardwood floors from pet urine damage. One option is to use a sealant specifically designed for hardwood floors. This creates a barrier that can help prevent urine from seeping into the wood.
Another option is to use rugs or mats in areas where your dog spends a lot of time. This can help protect the hardwood floors and make cleanup easier if accidents do occur.
It’s also important to keep your dog’s nails trimmed. Long nails can scratch and damage hardwood floors, making them more susceptible to urine damage.
In conclusion, if your dog has had an accident on your hardwood floors, it’s important to act quickly to minimize the damage. Use a clean towel or paper towels to soak up as much urine as possible, and then use a pet urine cleaner like Planet Urine’s UrineOut Powder™ to treat the stain and odor. Follow the instructions carefully and be prepared to sand and refinish the area if necessary.
Prevention is key when it comes to pet urine damage on hardwood floors. Make sure your dog has access to a designated potty area and is let out frequently. Use rugs or mats in high-traffic areas, and keep your dog’s nails trimmed to prevent scratches. By taking these steps and using a powerful cleaner like UrineOut Powder™, you can help protect your hardwood floors from pet urine damage and keep them looking beautiful for years to come.
At Planet Urine, we pride ourselves on being a full-service resource for those who need help with their dog’s behavior issues. We offer some excellent products that can remove urine stains (and smells!) from virtually any surface. If you have any questions at all about our products or services feel free to call our 24 hour toll-free hotline at 888-286-ODOR (6367).
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