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Help me get rid of horrendous cat-wee stink!

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PCPlumIsMyHomeboy Sun 11-Oct-09 15:49:15

The conservatory floor in our new house is made of porous, unglazed terracotta tiles and REEKS of cat wee.

Is there any hope of getting rid of it, or should I just have the floor taken up RIGHT NOW!?

lisad123wantsherquoteinDM Sun 11-Oct-09 15:52:08

we had a stray come into yours and used bio washing powder to get rid of the smell. did work. I put some in a bowl of water and let it soak inot floor. HTH

clayre Sun 11-Oct-09 15:53:18

i'll second the bio washing powder, thats what the vet told my mum to use last week.

shootfromthehip Sun 11-Oct-09 15:57:01

I inherited a cat that peed everywhere when I first got him- I tried EVERYTHING- bicarb, lemon juice and washing powder. The washing powder did seem to work but the smell then came back (peed on waxed floorboards, the swine) when I started putting the heating on. It has calmed down a bit but hasn't gone completely and I am now really paranoid that I have a stinky house.

Good luck and let us know how you get on.

PCPlumIsMyHomeboy Sun 11-Oct-09 17:58:20

Great, thanks!

Will have to go and by some washing powder tomorrow-how old-school!

janett Tue 13-Oct-09 22:24:08

hi, i had this last year and used white wine vinegar. took a couple of goes but worked.

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