Tuesday, 26 June 2018

Tips to Successfully Removing Pet Stains from your Expensive Carpeting

Successfully removing pet stains from carpeting is easy if you have the right knowledge. We will teach you “How to” remove pet stains including the two most common complaints:

Dog Urine and Feces – the most common pet stain complaint
Cat Urine and Feces


 These stains can be extremely damaging to carpet fibers. Once the stain is removed training your pet where to go is essential to avoid further problems. Cat and Dog urine can be expensive problems if care is not taken to correct the disruptive behavior. With the ever increasing number of household pets in homes, pet owners are having a hard time keeping up with their cats and dogs. There are a few tips you must know when cleaning up these stains to keep from causing permanent damage to your carpet.

Blot urine with a very absorbent towel, pressing the towel with your heal while standing on one foot. This allows you to soak up the urine from the pad and the carpet. Do this 3 or 4 times with new places on the towel.

After the urine has been removed, spray a solution of white vinegar and water. Leave in the carpet. This neutralizes the acid in the urine that could discolor and distort the carpet fibers.
Never rub or scrub the carpet, while cleaning up pet urine or any other stain. This only pushes the stain into the carpet fibers and padding.

Removing Pet Stains – Getting Urine Odor Out Of Carpet

To cleaning urine odor out from carpet, it’s often essential to remove almost all the urine – especially in the case of cat urine. Many products basically mask the odor, and fail even at that all through times of high dampness. Some carpet cleaning companies now have enzyme treatments that work better, and professional Carpet Stain Removal specialist can apply these for you if you aren’t sure how to do it.

If odor perseveres you may have to take out that section of carpet. You can restore it with scraps if you have saved them, or cut a piece from an area that isn’t visible. Unluckily, sometimes the padding and even a piece of flooring has to be removed to totally get rid of odor from old urine stains.

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