To get cat urine out of wood floors, use a product specifically designed to remove the odor of cat urine, available from pet supply stores. Resort to sanding only if a few applications of this product does not work due t... More » Home & Garden Cleaning

Remove the smell of cat urine from wood by scrubbing it using a solution of water or undiluted white vinegar and hydrogen peroxide. Spray the solution on, wipe it off and repeat until the odor is gone. Use a black light,... More »

Begin removing cat urine from wood furniture as soon as it is found by cleaning the wood with a mixture of oil soap and water. Follow the soap manufacturer’s directions for mixing the cleaning solution. Dry the soap from... More »

Manufacturers of engineered wood floors glue multiple layers of wood on top of each other to produce this product. Most range from three layers up to 12 layers, and this type of flooring is available in most varieties of... More » Home & Garden Home Maintenance Building Materials

Good methods for cleaning wood floors include dusting the floor before cleaning, vacuuming the floors with a floor brush and damp mopping, notes Better Homes and Gardens (BHG). Rubbing with steel wool and floor wax and s... More » Home & Garden Cleaning

To make wood floors shine, sweep them daily to prevent grime from scratching the surface, mix a homemade cleaner, mop the floors weekly using the cleaner, and buff the floor to a shine using a towel. You need a broom or ... More » Home & Garden Cleaning

Clean laminate wood floors by dusting them with a dust mop and then mopping the floors with a thick microfiber mop and a water-vinegar solution. Finish by buffing the floor to a shine with a dry microfiber mop head. Avoi... More » Home & Garden Cleaning