Removing Stains From Hardwood Floors With Bleach: Steps To Remove Urine Stains


How To Remove Urine Stains From The Hardwood Flooring Using Bleach?

Beautiful hardwood floors require good maintenance to keep them safe from the scratches and stains because it is very hard to remove the stains room the hardwood floors if they get old. The basic steps to clean pet urine or any other stains from the hardwood flooring using bleach are mentioned below:
  1. Hydrogen Peroxide: Pour the hydrogen peroxide over the stain and allow it to sit over it for a night.
  2. Cleansing Powders: Cleaning agents containing oxalic acid works best for the hardwood floors to remove the stains and "Zud and Bar Keeper’s Friend" is one of the most recommended cleaning agents to get the task done. All are required to apply the paste over the stain and allow it to dry for several hours. In Case stain is still there the process can be repeated till satisfactory results are achieved.
  3. White Vinegar: Once a stain is gone apply the white vinegar over the area and follow it by rinsing it with clean fresh water.
  4. Bleach: Dap the Bleach content with the oxalic acid over the floor in liberal amounts using gloves and according to the labels instructed on the product.

Note: There is the risk of losing shine using any of the above-mentioned methods. Hence, it is advisable to cover the area around the stain to avoid harm.
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