Sorry, I don't know where else to post this thread.
So, the seats to the VW beetle I have were stored out of the car for years. Rodents nested in the bottom seat and of course, it got nasty. I've removed the seat cover (upholstery) and cleaned it some with a small upholstery cleaning machine...
This is my first post, but with a 113 year old train wreck of a house it will surely not be my last.
I have a plywood floor in our laundry room which also serves as the dog "foyer." One of our dogs is very tiny and it has been easier for her to just pee on the floor rather than go...
I could use help to make sure I'm doing this right and doing it once. Excuse that this will be long, but I want to be sure I get all the facts out there.
We just purchased 12mm laminate with attached padding (might regret, but it's what I've got, so what I'm going to be working...
So our lovely, brand new sod was quickly ruined by our two pugs peeing all over it and we now have a solid dozen or so small (8") burn spots from it.
I know how to prevent them from doing it in the future...but how can I fix the all the burn spots that have already happened?