Pet Odor Out Of My Carpet
Pet stains and loose hair all over the place might make your house smell like a kennel. But do you have to hire a professional to clean your carpet? Yes, professional cleaning is required. This is especially true if stains have penetrated the carpet pad and the flooring beneath it.
Your lovely four-legged friends unknowingly spread fur and dander around your home. This sadly generates a terrible odor. Fortunately, dog odor is considerably easier to get rid of than urine stains and smells. Sprinkle baking soda on the carpet after cleaning and leave it to sit overnight. When you wake up and vacuum the next morning. This usually will help you get the dog smell out of the home for now. If the odor persists, repeat the process. However, it may also be time to call your local professional carpet cleaners such as Arizona Carpet Cleaning.
Ways the Professionals Can Help
Arizona Carpet Cleaning utilizes numerous procedures to clean carpets and remove stains. However, some of the methods are not suited for pet odors. When you contact our cleaning service, tell us that your carpet has to be cleaned of pet stains and odors.
Steam cleaning is effective in removing common stains and odors. However, it is not recommended for pet stains. The heat can revive scents from deep stains, making your home smell much worse. You will need a cleaning process made for pet stains.
Our carpet cleaners will utilize three methods to remove pet scents. Let’s take a look at those now.
We utilize commercial-grade enzymatic cleaners to extract urine from carpeting. This will draw out the urine so that it can be cleaned on the carpet’s surface more easily.
Method of Flooding
If your carpet has several pet stains, our technician will apply enzymatic cleaners to the entire carpet and pad and let them sit for 30 minutes. The carpet is then dried with a wet vac. We will inspect the pad and carpet for odor and stain removal by utilizing ultraviolet light as our final step. This will allow us to be sure that we have eliminated the stain altogether.
Replacement of the carpet and pad
Animals that urinate often indoors can wreak havoc on carpets, necessitating the replacement of the carpet and pad in highly soiled places. Although replacing a carpet is more expensive than cleaning it, it is the only way to get rid of lingering scents beneath the rug. If the carpet pad has been saturated with stains, professionals will normally apply oil-based paint to the floors to prevent aromas from escaping. Be sure that you speak with a professional regarding the best manner to remove the smells and stains before placing down new carpeting, to ensure you don’t just end up with a mess again.
For most pet owners, flooding is a success, but severe cases may necessitate new carpeting and pads. If you have a bad situation and have questions, give Arizona Carpet Cleaning a call at 480-737-2384 to discuss your current situation.