Asked on Mar 1, 2013

Anyone know how to repair brick paver floors damaged by pet urine?

Susan MSteffonyArlene White Stricker


8 answers
  • 3po3
    on Mar 1, 2013

    Can you replace individual pavers? If not, I would look for specialty enzyme-based cleaners available at pet supply stores.

  • Are we talking stains, or odor, or both? As Steve suggested Natures Miracle found in pet stores works wonders for odors.

  • Peggy
    on Mar 3, 2013

    I'm looking to get rid of the stains--been there for a long time and so far no luck with any products I've tried.

  • Once the stain has set in the brick surface, there is little to nothing you can do to remove it other then replacement. You could try a steam unit, but I really think you will waste your time, money and effort.

  • Peggy
    on Mar 3, 2013

    Thanks for the advice. May need to just cover the area with a rug :)!

  • Arlene White Stricker
    on Aug 3, 2014

    I would probably replace the pavers.

  • Steffony
    on Feb 3, 2015

    Try baking soda & vinager.cover stain with heavy coat. Baking soda. Then spray vinager on it. Watch it bubble out. For old stains might repeat a few times.

  • Susan M
    on Feb 3, 2015

    Try Hydrogen peroxide Just pour it on , let it sit for at least an hour.

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