My dog peed on my vinyl floor and stained it. How can I get this out?

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  • Joye R. Foster Joye R. Foster on Aug 12, 2018

    You have a major problem. First contact the manufacturer of the vinyl for a recommendation. If this doesn't help, you can call an experienced floor cleaner or you can experiment with one of the usual home remedies-- vinegar, damp baking soda, peroxide, etc. I know this is not much of an answer as I can't offer the remedy. I empathize. Last resort is a rug. Good luck.

  • Mogie Mogie on Aug 12, 2018

    1. Wearing the rubber gloves, pick up any excess urine and feces with the paper towels and dispose of properly.
    2. Sweep the area with the broom to rid it of any excess dirt and dust. This will ensure you have the most direct access to any stains.
    3. Mix together the cup of vinegar, the dish washing detergent, and warm water in a bucket. Stir with the long spoon, and be careful not to create too many suds.
    4. Dip the soft bristled brush into the mixture, and scrub the stain. Then, rinse with clean water. If there is still a stain, use the more abrasive method described next.
    5. Mix equal parts water and baking soda to create a paste. Spread the paste over the stained area and allow to set about half an hour. Scrub with the abrasive sponge, then wipe clean with a dry cloth. Finally, scrub the area with a clean cloth soaked in rubbing alcohol.

  • Chrisflowers47 Chrisflowers47 on Aug 18, 2018

    Have used Odor Ban spray on vinyl and carpeting without a problem. Be careful with what you use it should be safe for pet use.