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I had a cat that urinated on the landing of my stairs a few years ago. I removed the carpet and wipe it down when I vacuum the steps. I am wondering if the vinegar and baking soda combo and then a product like Kilz will work? I want to re-carpet the landing.

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I would suggest you a series of steps to follow in order to clean you stairs. I would recommend you to do this biweekly.

  1. First of all, if you have a carpet at the landing, remove it and give it a clean wash.
  2. Please ensure you put something like this as after wash for a nice smell.
  3. Now use these liquids to clean wooden floor.
  4. After a good dry at sunlight, you can put back carpet on to the landing.

For a frequent result, you could use these to remove smell.

I am not having any tie up with above products or companies. Please do take them as examples and you can select appropriate substitutes if needed.

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Pet Smart has an enzyme spray that will break down the smell compounds. Not sure if it will damage the wood or not. I used it on painted wood and it didn't hurt the paint...

I successfully de-stank a room that had the same thing happen to it.

I also used a black light to see where the spots of pee remained, so I could really soak/scrub those areas with the spray.

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