How To Remove Animal Urine from Carpets?
We understand that it’s really very frustrating for you when you find your naughty pet’s pee on your newly bought carpet. The more irritating is when you try to clean that, but even after the hardest effort, neither the carpet gets cleaned nor that ammonia odor goes away. So, if this usually happens to you and you are looking for a quick solution, look no further than Eco Clean Carpet and Tile Care. We offer a permanent fix that will last forever, weather it’s one spot or an entire area.
How we can help?
We have been offering carpet cleaning in Roseville for many years and we know how to do it. Certainly, with every new animal you buy, there is some sort of adjustment required and over time they learn the right habits with you, but until then you need to make some efforts especially in cleaning while you are teaching them to potty train. Sometimes your lovely pet has an accident or eat something that makes its stomach upset and you had no way to stop it. Finally, you are left with a very hard to remove stain on your clean carpet and most of the time an odor that seems to never go away.
The Eco Clean Carpet Care’s specialized chemicals can fix all kinds of stains, including red wine stains, food stains, urine stains, ink stains and oil and grease stains. Our pet safe chemicals are very effective in removing animal urine and bad odor from the carpet and the carpet padding with permanent results.
Tips to remove pet urine stains and odor
While we are always here to help you, the following tips and tricks may help you to resolve the problem on your own. Please have a look:
1) Quickly dry out the urine: Act promptly and dry out the urine as soon as you can because once the urine dries, it will stain your carpet and increase bacterial growth. Put the several layers of paper napkins onto the wet urine and walk over it so they absorb as much as pee as possible. This removes the stain and reduces the smell. This will also prevent your pets from continuing the bad behavior because they forget where they are marking or getting comfortable because the stain is out of the carpet and the odor is removed.
2) Neutralize the odor: Make a neutralizing cleaning solution by mixing one part of white vinegar or apple cider vinegar to one part of plain water. Vinegar nulls the ammonia smell of urine without fading the color of the carpet. Once you have prepared the solution, slowly pour it over the entire stain and let it soak for about five to ten minutes. Let the mixture go deep down the lower fibers of the carpet. This will completely remove the pet urine odor. Moreover, since vinegar has antibacterial properties, the solution will not let the bacteria grow on your beautiful carpet.
Once the carpet is dry, sprinkle a good amount of baking soda over the entire stain. Allow it to settle over the carpet fibers for about 15 minutes and then vacuum it off. Baking soda is extremely absorbent and will help not only remove dog urine stains but also odor.