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  1. #1
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    Default smelly sub floor

    I have a corner of a closet in this house where the previous occupant had his cat's litter box, clearly the cat urinated outside the box, I isolated the area to a 2' x2' feet, and can not replace the sub-floor How could I "seal off" the bad odor? without replacing the sub floor (that would be a mayor work) Is it possible to drill holes and then fill them with some type of resin to "minimize" the odor? What kind of resin would you recommend?
    Any ideas would help here

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    Default Re: smelly sub floor

    I have a similar problem and found the Pine Sol and Clorox solution at this site. I'm going to try it. (Mine's a whole room, not a closet.)

    http://www.nj.com/homegarden/homeimp...e_odor_fr.html

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    Default Re: smelly sub floor

    Howdy, consider using Kills primer sealer - oil base after deoterizing the floor. Consider having a carpet cleaning company that does fire restoration out and clean the floor these guys have some great products & may not need to seal the floor after the cleaning.

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