Dog Odors in Raw Wood Floor
Mine is a 2-part question. My very, very old dog's incontinence has gotten worse and worse, and he recently started urinating in the kitchen. Problem: the kitchen floor is currently down to the raw wood base floor (very old house, too), awaiting underlayment and tile. But now I need to get rid of the odor that has soaked into the wood before going on. Question 1 - is there something I can do to get rid of the odor enough to possibly paint/seal the wood? Question 2 - is there something else that I can use on the floor after my dog is gone (probably not far off) that will completely rid the wood of the odor? Help - I don't know what to do (I may be able to move his food and prevent him from going in there with some work - no door on the kitchen - but I still need to figure out how to get rid of the smell that is already there). Thanks!
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