I have a 4lb maltese dog that has been potty trained in our guest bathroom,
where she regularly relieves herself on the stone tile floors.
Does dog pee damage the tile in anyway even though we eventually wipe it
clean? How about the grout between the tiles? Is there any type of special
cleaner we should use?
first house break the little guy. Elimates a point of frustration
between you too.
Second, if your isn't glazed, it's probly pourous. Meaning it will
absorb some urine. This will create a lingering smell, and remind
your puppy that that is 'his place' to urinate later on. This can
cause problems with house breaking. If you grout isn't sealed it will
absorb the urine. With the acids in urine, I could also break down
the grout over time.
Now this is speculation, and what-if, but if you are concerned now,
move on getting that little guy in a habit of going outside. And lay
down pads for accidents.
Tom @ www.ChopURL.com
Nature's Miracle is supposed to eliminate urine smell. I've used it a
few times, but I can't say whether it really works as advertised. It
definitely reduces the odor that I can smell, but I don't smell near as
well as a dog. (No charge for the straight line.)
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