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    cat urine on nylon interwoven dog's leash

    I have a male cat whose "fixing" left him with a urinary problem, i.e. when he's upset for some reason, another cat or sudden urge, lets go a squirt now n' then, and leaving us with having to toss out sentimentally valuable items such as a treasured past dog's leash. I've heard of using vinegar and soap for cloth caps, and other items more suitable for putting in a dryer. What about an interwoven vinyl or nylon leash?


     

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    Yep, the white vinegar should clean the leash and leave it odor free.Use Bi carbonated soda as a paste with the white vinegar and  lightly scrub the leash with an old tooth brush and leave on overnight.Rinse off and let dry.



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