I had an incident where my cat urinated on a small piece of my rug while we were out of town. Here is the solution that worked for me. This was a small rug so I was able to remove it from
the room and take it outside where I flipped it over and sprinkled it with baking soda. Then using vinegar I saturated the piece of carpet and let it sit for an hour. Find out my results below.
Commented on Dec 22, 2012
I have a 165 lb. Great Dane that will tell us she wants out but apparently in the middle of
the night she can't hold it anymore with her upwards age then goes on the carpet upstairs, gross...it is horrid....I have a carpet cleaner machine but what takes the smell and breaks down the urine instantly is a spray called "Bissel OXYPRO PET STAIN REMOVER" for carpet. This stuff is a miracle. It also discourages pets from going there again.
The old, quality paneling came from my husband's great aunt's house, which is slated to be destroyed. What can I do with the plain, boring sheetrock ceiling to complement the walls, yet not darken the room any more? Oh, and the door needs something, too. It's the same white as the ceiling.
Commented on Jul 30, 2012
Why would anyone paint over such a beautiful wood? Bring out and accentuate the natural
beauty of the wood, it's gorgeous! I like Nola H.'s idea of adding faux beams which will bring the eye 'up' which gives the illusion of opening up the space as well as it will balance the heaviness of the wall. Antique white on the ceilings and door would soften and warm the room.