Urine Stain On Your Hardwood Floors? Use urineFREE™
If your pet has had a little (or multiple) accident(s) on your beautiful hardwood floors, tile or other type of flooring, you don’t have to live with the lingering smell of urine and the stain forever: urineFREE™ can help to get you rid of it permanently.
Conventional cleaners and water will not break down the non-soluble uric acid crystals (the main culprit when it comes to the odor) and they will remain in your floors. Only a bio-enzymatic formulation like the one found in urineFREE™ will remove uric acid crystals for good. urineFREE™’s bio-enzymatic action is designed to “eat” these crystals along with the water-soluble components of urine.
Black Stains On Floors/ Sub Floors
The black stains on the wood floors are usually urine accumulation. As you treat these stains with urineFREE™, the black will start to turn grey and progressively lighten.
Any wood damage from the uric acid will be irreversible so you may end up with a patch of light grey on your floor.
Read our instructions page for more details on how to use.
During treatment, often these stains will become darker and the odor greater on the first application. This is common. Repeated applications will see the color become lighter and the odor vanish.
After you are satisfied you have eliminated all the urine, if the floor is to be exposed or if you are unhappy with the color then sand back the floor to its original state, revarnish and seal.
Don’t Use Regular Detergents
Never use cleaners, chemicals or deodorisers prior to using urineFREE™. These products tend to coat or encapsulate the uric acid crystals (the source of the odors) and make it difficult for urineFREE™ to penetrate. If you have used these products, try to remove as much of the products as possible with water and a clean cloth. Blot, allow to dry and then apply urineFREE™.
Black Stains On Floors
Black staining from long-term exposure is common. Using urineFREE™ will cause the stain to go grey. Repeated applications will cause the stain to become a lighter grey.
Once treatment is completed and all urine is removed, if the floor color is unacceptable, sand the floor back to its original color and reseal.