Pet Stain Removal
Attacking a pet stain while it is fresh is the best way to avoid permanent carpet stains and persistent smells like eau du rover. Most pet experts, including the Humane Society, recommend using an enzymatic cleaner to treat stain odors in pets. Call us to tackle your worst pet stains with the proper chemicals and tools to avoid a lot of wasted time and money!
WHAT DO WE DO? A neutralizer (or odor antidote) is poured over the stain to break down the alkaline salt and encapsulate the odor molecules. A water claw or an underground spot lifter is placed on the spot and extracts as much urine as possible from your carpet.
It is worth mentioning that cleaning an area with conventional methods (soap, detergents and water) is not sufficient to remove all traces of odor that can go undetected by us, but not by cats and dogs. This makes the treatment of the stain critical to the point where you have eliminated all traces of odor.
The longer pet urine lies on the carpet, the more difficult it is to remove the smell and stain. When working with dog urine on a carpet, dog pee smells of carpet and cat urine smells of carpets, so it is important to thoroughly sterilize and clean the affected area.
If you find these stains in your home, it's time to call us. We offer the best pet stain treatment service, hands down. It includes professional disinfection and deodorization products that kill the bacteria on your carpet and help control the odor. We'll eliminate all remaining harmful bacteria from your carpet to put your mind at ease.
DID YOU KNOW? Many carpet cleaners don't actually remove urine stains from carpets. Most cleaners mask the smell with perfume, but we don't have to. Instead of covering up the smell, we can remove the smell.
As any four-legged furry friend knows, pee accidents happen, especially on rugs and carpets. Other carpet cleaning processes will trap the odor instead of removing the odor from your carpet stack. Don't let this happen to you! Call us today!
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