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Posted on Cat urine on wooden hand planes. Ug!

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#1 posted 04-30-2017 11:01 PM

Eric.. I know chlorine has no desired affect upon cat urine crystals. Enzymes have been a proven method for carpet or spots. I’ll do the hot soap and water trick. If that doesn’t pan out, a quick dip in anti-urine-enzyme. If that doesn’t work…well… I’ll put a yellow dot sticker on them to signal last ditch effort plane :)

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