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    Dog Poop from concrete

    How do I remove dog poop from concrete , Its been mashed in, and I have tried the following.

    1. A hard scrubbing brush
    2. Buckets of water
    3. Bleech? hey look at the user name.
    3. shuvel.

    I cant find anything. HELP
    HELP
    HELP

    Oh yeah, we dont have a water spicket on the house, stupid house.

    HELP

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    I think with time it may weather away lol
    Have you tried baking soda? Vinegar and water? I would probably try every single product in the house CLR? Fantastik?
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    hey! how 'bout oxy-clean? hehe
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    How about soaking it in white vinegar? (Works cleaning rabbit litter box ...)

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    my dogs poop on the grass. So I cant make any realy suggestions!! sorry
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    Hmmm...no offence, but I'm starting to wonder if this thread was just a joke...Dangdog82 still hasn't replied, and has only posted once
    I've been BOO'd!

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    I believe dangdog is someone i sent here for advice, from a pet channel I am in on IRC.
    Owned by a demanding cat. Lol

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    I would be careful of using strong chemicals if it is in an area that the dog can still get to!!! I agree with Karen that I would try white vinegar.

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    I should got his/her email addy. doh!! hope she/he comes back.
    Owned by a demanding cat. Lol

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    Originally posted by Lalania
    I believe dangdog is someone i sent here for advice, from a pet channel I am in on IRC.
    oh, okay
    I've been BOO'd!

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    Scrap 'er off



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    I find that even when it won't come off, it does when you accidentally step in it with your bare feet
    I've been BOO'd!

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    I think the white vineger is probly the best idea, I dont want the dog to get sick from harsh chemicals.

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