How to remove cat urine odors before laying laminate floor

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Old 01-08-12, 05:26 PM
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We have just taken up old carpet that was ruined by cat and dog urine. Before we lay laminate, how can we remove lingering odors in subfloor? Kilz?
 
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Paint it with an oil based sealing primer - Kilz oil based would suffice.
 
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Ya, you need to seal them in. An oil base primer like Kilz would be bare minimum. A pigmented shellac primer like Zinnser's BIN would be the ultimate sealer. I wouldn't trust any waterbased sealer to do the job.

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