How To Remove Pet Urine Odor From Carpet
FRIDAY, APRIL 26, 2019
As much as we want to feel like our pets are our babies, the fact is that they are still animals. And animals pee on things. It’s just a fact of life.
I am guessing that you are here reading this blog because your pet had an accident on your carpet and you’re having a hard time getting it out. Don’t worry, we’ve all been there.
What makes pet urine so difficult to remove?
There are really two reasons.
- The way that carpet is designed.
- The way that pet urine dries.
The real problem with the way that carpet is designed isn’t so much the carpet itself, but the padding underneath. The padding is basically a sponge that makes walking on your carpet softer. As great as it is for comfort, it makes getting pet urine out almost impossible. So no matter how well you’ve cleaning the carpet on top, the padding will almost always still have urine in it.
Even after you’ve cleaned the urine from your carpet, you can actually still see it by running a blacklight over it. It’s really unsettling to see clear urine stains on your carpet, especially after you’ve tried to hard to clean it up.
To make matters worse, as the remaining pet urine dries it crystallizes and embeds itself into the carpet padding. Once the urine has dried in the padding it is going to take a lot more than just elbow grease to get it out.
So, what’s the best thing to do? Call Executive Chem-Dry.
Executive Chem-Dry offers the best pet urine odor removal treatment that money can buy.
Remember how I said that once pet urine dries you can’t get it out with elbow grease? Well, no elbow grease needed.
Chem-Dry’s Pet Urine Removal Treatment actually works on a molecular level to dissolve the pet urine crystals, breaking them down for good.
Watch this video to see how it works.
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