Apistan,I have a similar problem. Customer has a male cat that sprayed some stained (light color) but unsealed louvered pine doors. The affected area has turned a dark color and was damaged a long time ago. What, if anything, will neutralize this dark urine staining without causing additional color change to the surrounding wood? I am afraid that any water-based product I use will have a bleaching affect.
Our investor group is involved in buying and restoring foreclosure homes; most of the properties have been unoccupied for a year or more. Stale air, smoking and pet odors can get quite bad. Selling a house with odor problems takes longer and affects the resale value. Painting the interior does not remove all odors as the odors are embedded in the carpets, carpet pads and drapes. A painting contractor mentioned a product called, Air-ReNu a paint additive, turns any painted wall surface, into a permanent air, purification system no electricity or filters required. We now use, Air-ReNu on every interior paint job.Hi Guy's,
When dealing with urine spills either pet or human on carpets or upholstery.
In the UK I use a product Called Urineoff. It's made in the States (Bio-Pro Research). Which products do You guy's use.