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rogers wrote at 2012-04-27 00:04:36
Don't bother to try this solution because it does not work.  First, peroxide does not foam on linoleum and second could not find Fresh N Clean.  Googled Arm and Hammer and searched their website for this product with no results.  Apparently they do not make it any longer.  Comet did not get out the stain.  This answer should be deleted.

Simplysaving wrote at 2012-09-02 02:04:02
I found the Arm & Hammer (Fresh N Clean Pet Stain and Odor Remover) at my local PetCo this evening.  I also found it on Amazon.  Will give this a try tomorrow.

Xlandria wrote at 2015-02-24 00:45:01
Well, it's been 8 years since this question was asked, however, having said that, it's just possible that others may benefit from what I have to add to Christine's inquiry, My comment is regarding her comments on litter box cleaning. She should be cleaning the boxes at least once a day, two times would be better, morning & night, if they are house cats. If they go outside as well, then a person could probably get by on two times a week. Keep in mind that cats are very picky about having their box clean & fresh. Once when I had to be gone, unexpectedly, for almost 18 hours, I went into the bathroom & one of cats stood in front of the box, and stared very hard at me as if to say, "Excuse me, but would you use a toilet that looked like this?"

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