Pet Urine Odor Removal From Subflooring

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Old 07-27-07, 08:57 PM
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Cool Pet Urine Odor Removal From Subflooring

We just removed some very old carpet from a few rooms in our home.
The subfloor is particle board and there are several spots where our dogs had accidents. We didn't notice any odor until the old carpet was torn up. One room will have carpet again and one will have laminate plank flooring. I could use some suggestions how to eliminate the odor from the spots on the subfloor before the new floor coverings are installed.
 
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Old 07-28-07, 04:08 AM
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Welcome to the forums! I have had good success with Odo-Ban. You can buy it in a gallon, and take it down to a spray bottle, and use it to keep odors down in litter boxes, carpet, etc. It may give you good results when you spray the area affected by the urine. Google it to find out more information from their site.
 
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If the leak has penetrated the subfloor, we just paint it with Kilz. In bad situations, we find OdoBan not to work all that well and buy the pet urine specific products available at the large pet supply stores.
 
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