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Does Urine-Off remove urine from hardwood floors?

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Does Urine-Off remove urine from hardwood floors?

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Please remember the basis of urine, when dry, is uric acid salt crystals that literally burn surfaces over time. As such, urine left untreated on a hardwood floor for a number of years will literally burn the fibers of the wood. Urine-Off will not be able to reverse this burning. Wood floors should never be sanded BEFORE being treated with Urine-Off. Urine-Off will not completely pull out the color of black stains because the wood has already been burned. After following the steps below, area should appear to be a grayish color, instead of black. This is because the wood has been permanently damaged by the acid in dried urine. Steps: 1. Treat area with Urine-Off and apply plastic covering to area. 2. After half an hour, remove plastic and wipe floor with paper towel. The combination of the plastic and the Urine-Off will cause the urine in the floor to begin to bleed to the surface. 3. Apply Urine-Off ™ again. Do not apply plastic. After one half hour, wipe floor again, as urine will co

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