sub flooring removal question
I don't mean to thread whore, but I have a very similar problem and thought that I'd ask here rather then make a new thread.
The only difference with my situation is that I don't have mold, my problem is cat urine. I am going to replace a section of subfloor against a wall, but I am afraid that the subfloor may have wicked it to the edge...which is under the wall frame bottom plate.
Should I bother trying to chissel it out, or would I be best to slap some odor sealer on the bit of subfloor under the frame bottom plate? Or could I save a bit and just smother the section with caulking (being that I would only be able to paint the edge of the effected peice)?