Getting Annoying Smell Out Of Concrete
Author: Vicki D.
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Testimonial ID: 5347-OR
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We had an annoying urine smell in our basement laundry room. We tried and tried to locate the origin of it and finally determined it was in an area of concrete that we had put an old bathroom rug down for padding, but has since been removed. In one of our floods, it seems the urine must have been in the old bathroom rug and into the concrete.
After trial and error, we found Purification dripped right onto the concrete area where the smell is finally took away the smell. YEAH!!!!
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