Q: Pet urine has bleached out a couple of spots on our red oak floor. Is there anything I can do to restain and match the floor to minimize the white spots from the pet urine bleach effect?
A: You could try just sanding down and refinishing the affected boards, but I think you might have to replace the boards. Try the less dramatic approach first.
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