We can eliminate pet stains and odors on your carpets, sofas, chairs, tile, ceramic, linoleum, mattresses, draperies, walls and baseboards.
The key to successful pet stain and odor removal :
From pet carpet stain removers to concentrated odor eliminators, for over 17 years, Payless Carpet
Here’s a brief explanation as to the procedure our trained and expert technicians would use in your home to take care of pet odor problems:
First, the areas of urine contamination must be identified. We can use several different inspection tools to identify the areas of urine contamination.
Second, the urine must be treated with a special urine pre-treatment to break the bonding so that when the carpet is cleaned much of the urine can be extracted.
Third, the areas of urine contamination must be treated with enzyme injections that attack the urine at the molecular level to actually eat the remaining urine.
When this procedure used, excellent results can be achieved.
Our treatment contains enzyme-producing bacteria that digest organic waste matter, destroying urine odors at their source for permanent odor removal. Plus, it withstands high temperatures and pH without losing its effectiveness.
Things to remember when you are trying to clean pet stains.
- Treat pet stains with bio chemical products. You will find a wide variety of these products on the market. They work because they actually break down the bacteria and acids that are found in urine.
- If your pet has an accident and you happen to be right there, work quickly. Grab absorbent terry cloths or other materials and blot the stain. Absorb as much of it as you can in this manner by applying just a bit of pressure to the area and then flipping the towel to a clean area. This will allow the liquid to be absorbed from the carpeting into your towel.
- Avoid regular cleaners. These cleaners really do not get any of the product out of your carpet, but will actually stop the enzyme cleaners from working. You should always have these products available in your home to use at a moments notice.
- Before you use any type of cleaner on your carpeting, you really need to test it out. To do this, blot some of the cleaner onto a hidden area. This way, if the chemical reacts badly to the fabric or carpeting, you can easily hide it.
- Do not use products such as ammonia or vinegar on your stains. Your pet will smell this in the carpeting and think that it is urine. Guess what? He will urinate there again and again because it is his natural reaction to urinate where it smells of urine.