|Purred: Sat Jun 12, '10 12:35am PST |
|In addition to what everyone else has mentioned, cats will also continually pee in the same place (or nearby) because they can smell it. Remember, they have super-duper sniffers, they can smell pheromones and enzymes and all kinds of things that we can't. So even when you think you've got the spot cleaned, it might not be cleaned enough.
What have you been using to clean the area? I've found that plain white vinegar seems to usually do the trick. It apparently neutralizes the scent somehow. I had to do it once. I soaked some rags in vinegar, and set the rags on the area overnight.
'Course, a lot depends on how the floors are finished, but if the cat's been peeing on them, the finish is probably... errr.. finished. Worse case senario, you may have to sand, vinegarize, sand again, seal and re-finish. We hope not, though.
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