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#1 of 2 Old 09-26-2006, 11:22 PM - Thread Starter
 
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I think I've brought this up before,but can someone give me tips on removing smell from a hardwood floor. My older dog ( about 16) sometimes can't hold it in and will sneak out of bed ( usually ours) and go pee in one place next too the door. Its half on a rug and half on the floor. I did a Murphy's Oil soap scrub the other day and am thinking to continue. I'm really not sure what do do unless we strip the floor or get like a pergo floor at some point. Any ideas?
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Nature's Miracle. It's an enzyme cleaner sold at pet supply stores. Just apply some to a cloth and wipe the wood floor with it. If the rug is a throw rug then you can toss it into your washer with some NM; otherwise just follow the directions on the back of the bottle if the carpet is wall to wall.
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