How To Remove Cat And Dog Urine Odors From A Concrete Basement Floor?

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Now to a question I received this week.
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How To Remove Cat And Dog Urine Odors From A Concrete Basement Floor
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This is a very comment question I get and this year is no different… I answer it

You must treat it first to remove the urine salts. This is the key to dog and cat odor removal.
Secondly, if this is what your pet smells and keeps them going back to the same areas over and over.

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carpets, helped many frustrated pet owners and sold thousands of bottles of Pet odor removers and many
of those frustrated clients use and recommend my products. Why? Because they work everytime!

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I do because they work and I use them for my clients. Hope that clears things up.

Now to second half of the question…

Now you’ll want to seal the concrete. There are two options here, first if you are going to leave the concrete bare.
I would recommend shellac, it will ask as a barrier that will seal in the odor. Secondly, if you’re going to cover the concrete with carpet or wood you can use a concrete sealer or kiltz you can find them at your local hardware store.

That will rap it up for that question.
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