Dogs are often considered the best friend of man, but a dog that is not quite familiar is not always the best friend of hardwood floors. Dog urine can be a real problem if it rests on a hardwood floor, especially when it comes to a species less dense woods like cedar.
There are a number of "home remedies" that many people in an attempt to try a spot of dog urine remove their wooden floors. Unfortunately, unless the problem is solved by a few seconds of the accident they are rather inefficient.
If your hardwood floors were only slightly colored by a fewer dogs continent to sand and can issue (it will definitely improve the look of expression in general and to solve), but even that was not sufficient to eliminate every dog urine stains. Eventually your floor to restore the best possible condition, the boards or planks that are affected by dog urine substitution.
If ready-made wooden planks were originally for the installation replaces a board or two is not too difficult for a professional flooring expert. They may simply help the client find painted wood of the same type and same places and replace the affected wood.
However, if the hardwood floors were originally ended at the site after the installation was complete, which corresponds to the original wooden planks with a new one is very difficult for even the most seasoned coating. If the customer fails to seek perfection will be good results, but for those who are determined to their hardwood floors have been fully restored, the only good choice to replace the entire floor.
The most obvious way to avoid all these problems is to never let the dog urine in contact with your hardwood floors. Most dogs learn that their bathroom outside, not in a relatively young age, but if you a puppy just learning, or an adult hond which control the bladder is not what it was moeten ze be away from your wood floors in total to make sure that the wood is beautiful and lasts as long as it should.