Having Pets in your Home Doesn’t mean your Carpets will be forever ruined by accumulating Hair, Stains, and Nasty Smells that seem to accompany most Pets. To help keep your Carpets clean, use a Spot Cleaner, Urine Neutraliser, and Odor Eliminator for when those Accidents do happen.
The main problem with pets is, of course, the Hair. Pet Hair gets Everywhere, but more so in the Carpets. This can block or even damage your Vacuum. We suggest using a Pet Grooming Brush on the Carpet beforehand. Or you could even fashion a Homemade lint roller using Tape and a Paint Roller. It would be best to do this thrice weekly, Creating a Cleaner, Safer environment for your Family and Pets.
It happens, No matter how well your pet may be trained. Here is what you can do.
- Grab a towel and place it over the Urine. Pressing down on the towel will help soak up much of the Moisture.
- Add a little dishwashing detergent to a cup of warm water, using a cloth or brush, and work the mixture into the affected area.
- Rinse the area well with water and a clean cloth.
- Place a towel or some paper towels over the cleaned area and apply pressure to soak up as much of the moisture as possible.
You could also use two parts water and 1 part white vinegar dabbed over the area to help deter your pet from using that area again.
All pet owners know that they will be faced with some, maybe even all, types of stains, whether Vomit, Excrement, Urine, Blood, or whatever the Pet may drag in from the outside. It is usually possible to remove these stains, but you will likely require Professional help. We can bring our Professional Equipment and Materials and necessary Chemicals to do this for you. However, there are Products you can buy specifically to remove pet stains, but be aware that it won’t be easy, so be prepared to work up a sweat.
Again, before attempting to use any odor-neutralizing treatment, it’s advised that you get somebody with a powerful Extraction Machine, Premium Clean, for example, to come and clean the carpet first, Forcing only clean water into the fibers and extracting out any leftover chemicals from previous cleaners or treatments, this is because the chemical residue can inhibit the enzymes from removing the odors from the Carpet. You can use powdered odor eliminators on dry carpets, or liquid urine odor eliminator products that utilize bio-enzymatic ingredients to eliminate the bacteria that cause the odor.