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Date Posted: 08:10:54 10/20/16 Thu
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Subject: A paste made from Oxy-clean works well to clean tile grout lines on floors and walls. (More)
In reply to: New home owner 's message, "Favourite cleaning products?" on 18:54:21 10/09/16 Sun

I would use any of the disinfecting cleaners on your hard surfaces once you have gotten the grime off. Murphy's oil soap on wood surfaces will restore some of the natural shine.

If the dog smell persists after ripping up the carpet and padding, the sub-floor may have become saturated. What I did was paint affected area with an oil-based paint to seal it. Definitely consult with your flooring contractor.

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