Q: I just finished sanding my wood floors, went great. I had some dog urine spots that I cleaned up with peroxide. They lightened nicely over a few treatments. Well I just stained it and all these spots of a different color are showing where the peroxide was.
What do I do now?
A: You could try sanding those spots to clean wood and wet the spots with water. Or you might try a bit more stain just on those spots. I’ve never heard of trying peroxide for this.
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