- Blot the area with paper towels to remove actual urine from the hardwood floors. Continue to blot until the area is completely dry.
- Remove any bacteria that may have collected in the area with a disinfectant soap. Then use a 2-to-1 water and white vinegar solution to remove the smell of pet urine. Rinse thoroughly with warm water. Blot dry with paper towels.
- Use a pet enzyme cleaner on the area to discourage your pet from urinating there again.
Things You Will Need
- Paper towels
- Disinfectant soap
- White vinegar
- Enzyme cleaner
- If your pet is house-trained and having accidents in the home is a new development, something may be wrong. Ask your vet to check your pet to rule out any health conditions.