What is the best way to remove dog urine odors from a wood floor?

I’ve tried vinegar, numerous pet urine removal products, n sealants wo luck. My original 1953 wood floor is stripped. No sealant, strong dog urine odor. What r the best products, home remedies, techniques to resolve this ? Ty

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  • Peggy L Burnette Peggy L Burnette on Aug 02, 2019

    Hi Dawn, sorry you are having a problem with dog urine stains on your floors. Hope this helps your.

    Once all the stain and odor are removed, scrape away the materials like baking soda using a fine grade steel wool gently over the floor. Keep the area dry. Use a stronger mixture of 3% hydrogen peroxide with a squirt of dish soap and a sprinkle of baking soda. Then wipe the urine and dry it with a soft cloth.Jan 14, 2019

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  • Nicki Petruzzella Kerns Nicki Petruzzella Kerns on Aug 03, 2019

    If the above doesn't work, you might have to sand the affected areas until any trace of stained wood and odor is gone. Been there, done that, and it is NOT fun. I'm sorry you're having to go through this.

  • Everything Pretty Everything Pretty on Aug 03, 2019

    Sprinkle on baking soda and let sit at least overnight. Sweep it up. If it still smells, wash the floors with dish soap or liquid castile soap. Add some enzyme cleaner. I use the Norwex enzyme cleaner and love it.

  • Kathy Dugger Kathy Dugger on Aug 06, 2019

    First remove liquid urine with paper towels. Then make a solution using 1 part vinegar, 1 part lemon juice to 30 parts water. Go over area from outer area into center. Rinse the mop or rag in clean water between each application. Then mop entire floor with Murphy's oil soap.

    I prep a 32 ounce bottle of the odor remover and keep it on hand for accidents as a time saver.