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29th January 2012
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Embarrassing situation...

So, my cat likes to pee on everything that he sees. My bass traps have stains in them (GIK tri traps and GIK 244s). How can I go about cleaning these? If it were possible I'd buy new fabric for them and wrap them myself. Not sure if that's possible.
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Over 100 people have read about my cat peeing on my treatment, and not a single reply
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My day job is selling flooring-carpet. What I found works best is a product by Mohawk calked odor remover.
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Called. Sorry. The Mohawk stuff is not perfumey. Worked with my aging cats issues really well.
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Called. Sorry. The Mohawk stuff is not perfumey. Worked with my aging cats issues really well.
You could try that but if the pee (I can't believe I just typed that) is in the fiberglass then it may not remove it. I hate reading threads like this.
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I hear cat blood can remove the stain. If not, at least it makes you feel better.

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