Asked on May 9, 2019

How to get dog slobbers off of a hardwood floor?

Lynn SorrellSophie’s momJohnavallance82
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  • Kelli L. Milligan
    on May 9, 2019

    Just wipe it up with a damp rag. Use soap and water if tougher

  • Johnavallance82
    on May 9, 2019

    Hello there,

    Is this in a position where the dog eats & drinks? If so, use a wet wipe to clean it off. In future a tray placed underneath a taller eating station might be an idea!

  • Sophie’s mom
    on May 9, 2019

    No she eats on tile in the kitchen.

  • Lynn Sorrell
    on May 9, 2019

     1. Magic Eraser. By far my ultimate favorite drool remover product. I use it on the walls, ceiling, floors, and appliances. It really is magic you guys. One wipe and POOF the drool is gone and your arm doesn’t hurt from scrubbing. I have specific erasers designated for each area.

    2. Vinegar and Water. The acid in vinegar cuts through grime and dried drool. Use equal parts of warm water and vinegar. Dirt and grime come off easily and the solution will not dull the paint or leave streaks. Fill a small bucket with one part vinegar to three parts warm water. Add a few drops of dawn dish soap. Hot water will help to loosen the spot. Dish soap is formulated to pick up oils. And vinegar will cut the mineral buildup that occurs naturally in saliva–and makes your doggy’s drool as stubborn as cement.Grab two cotton or terrycloth rags. Saturate one in your solution, then wring out. Leave the other one dry. Being careful not to oversaturate the area, wipe the spot with the wet rag, and then the dry rag, until it’s removed. https://mybrownnewfies.com/2015/03/12/de-drooling-tips-on-removing-dried-dog-drool-from-your-home/ if the floors are waxed/coated the drool sticks/marks the floor even more.

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