Pet Stain & Odor Removal
Our beloved pets are supposed to go potty outside or in the litter box, but unfortunately, that doesn’t always happen. Whether pet accidents are a
Extreme Pet Carpet Cleaning Includes:
- UV Detection of Pet Stains not seen by the eye
- Unlimited stain treatments for urine, vomit, & waste
- Pet by-product heavy duty sanitizer
Heavy dutyvacuum extraction
- Pre-conditioning Enzyme
- Pet stain pre-treatments
- Free shoe covers
- Fast dry time
- 100% pet-safe & child-safe
- Pet urine destroyer application
- Advanced Active Enzyme Deodorizer treatment
- CRB Pet Hair Removal & stain agitation to loosen
soil 240 degreedeep soil carpet cleaning with extraction
- Sub-surface urine extraction – see the urine being pulled out!
- The front door is sealed, keeping your pets from running outside!
*Standard areas are under 200 SqFt. Living/dining combo rooms=2 areas. $119 Minimum if less than 2 rooms are cleaned.
Professional Carpet Cleaning for Pet Stain and Odor Removal
Pet Stain And Odor Removal
We love our pets and can fondle with them most of the day. Getting these pets to stay in their position is impossible, and so we have them visiting areas of our house like our upholstery and so on. In the process, they deposit hairs and other stains that we are left to remove. The worst is when they retain a smell or other lousy odor around the house. But our pets are not the only source of the odor.
A bad smell is a recurrent fact of life, and you can have them now and again. Only you want to get rid of them as fast as possible. Accidents happen; here’s a way to shut down and eliminate the smell.
Getting Rid Of Pet Stain And Odor
If you have been having that stain or odor hanging around and you want it out of the way, here are the best ways to achieve that. We have grouped the tips to help you get rid of stains and odor by the areas that you can find them.
- Machine-washable things
If the smell or odor is on an item that you can wash with the machine, use this simple technique to get rid of it. Add a one-pound box of hydrogen carbonate to your regular detergent and clean as you usually do, then air dry the object. If the smell lingers or you can even see the stain causing the smell, wash once more with a protein cleaner which breaks down pet wastes and odors.
The dye could be on the bed. If your pet soils the sheets or blankets on a mattress laid a vinyl over the foundation. The plastic is cheap and can be washed with the machine even though it is unattractive to your pet.
- Carpeted areas and fabric
If the stain on the fabric or carpeted area is still wet, soak up the maximum amount of the excreta as possible. Place a thick layer of paper towels on the wet spot, and canopy that with a thick layer of newspaper. Stand on this cushioning for a few minutes, and repeat till the surface is barely damp. Rinse the area of the stain until it is clean using clean, cool water, and drying as you go.
If the stain is dry, however, consider renting a carpet cleaner from the local market or contact League City Carpet Cleaning to make the process easier for you. If you are renting or buying a carpet cleaner, you should use a high-quality pet odor neutralizer once the surface is clean. If the stain persists, use a carpet stain remover to extract and neutralize the odor and the stain.
Avoid using steam cleaners to scrub excreta odors from carpet or upholstery. The warmth can grind the stain and the smell into the surface for good. Avoid cleanup chemicals like ammonia or vinegar. Robust chemical odors could encourage your pet to strengthen the excreta scent on the object.
The chemical odor will only attract your pet to drop more excreta on the object you are trying to clean, and this will make it even more difficult for you to pull out the stain, especially if the excreta have soaked down into the cushioning beneath your carpet.
In some cases, you may have to replace parts of the rug and the cushioning altogether. This is one of the biggest reasons you need a professional cleaning company like League City Carpet Cleaning to help you get rid of the stains and odor with care.
- Paint and wood harm
If the wood on your piece of furniture, walls, molding or floor is stained, it means that the varnish or paint has reacted to the acid within the excreta. You have to take the stain away by replacing the layer of varnish or paint. Make sure that the new chemical is safe for your pet.
- Search for old stains
In some cases, all kinds of mess from the past could have dried invisibly and been difficult to find. To search out these stains, use your nose to smell out poor areas. Examine the suspicious spaces closely to catch hard-to-find stains. If you have got a black lightweight, use it to spot poor parts, and gently define the areas with chalk.
- Prevent future incidents
Once the surface is clean, make it unattractive to your pet and make the room you want it to occupy to be attractive. As long as your pet smells its scent, it will come back to the stained spot.
- Precautionary measures
Has your pet checked by a veterinary to rule out medical causes of the accident? When the doctor confirms that your pet is healthy, use positive reinforcement to coach your cat or dog to sweat in the correct place.
Finally, bear in mind that there could be a reason why your pet selected the wrong place to eliminate. Understanding your pet’s motivations can make it easier to retrain it on the appropriate place to sweat. Retraining your pet in the right place to defecate can take some time. Remember that it took your pet a while to develop an unhealthy habit. In this way, it’ll take time to switch that habit with a brand new and acceptable behavior.
Invisible Allergens & Contaminants
Visible pet stains and a pungent urine odor are cause enough to hire a carpet cleaner regularly, but let’s not forget about the everyday dirt, pet dander, allergens, and insects that are brought into your home