Your beloved pets are cherished members of your family. However, their occasional accidents on your carpet can cause inconvenience and impact the overall cleanliness and comfort of your home. It is crucial to enlist the services of a knowledgeable carpet cleaning professional who understands the intricacies of dealing with pet accidents. By doing so, you can not only protect your carpet investment but also ensure a clean and fresh environment for your home. Our team of experienced carpet cleaning professionals here at M.S. Chem-Dry specializes in handling pet accidents and offers effective solutions to help your home look and smell its best.
How M.S. Chem-Dry Tackles Pet Odors
Pet accidents can be a major problem for your carpet, as they can leave both unsightly stains and lingering odors. Especially when just treated at the surface, stains can linger and cause even more damage. Traditional methods of carpet cleaning are frequently ineffective when it comes to eliminating pet stains and odors. These methods merely conceal the issue instead of tackling the root cause. That’s why we use our innovative Pet Urine Removal Treatment (P.U.R.T.®) to effectively remove both stains and odors. P.U.R.T. initiates a chemical reaction that breaks up the urine crystals that cause odors, eliminating the source of the problem and leaving your home smelling fresh. We also use a special ultraviolet light to detect pet urine that is invisible to the human eye, and our P.U.R.T. formula can also be safely used on rugs and upholstery. Trust us to effectively and efficiently remove pet accidents from your carpet.
Our Process Step-by-Step
For the best results for our customers, we follow a step-by-step process that is designed to give you peace of mind.
First, we use ultraviolet light inspection to identify problem areas with hidden urine crystal deposits. Then, we use our Hot Carbonating Extraction (HCE) process to comprehensively clean and remove any liquid residue and loose urine crystals. After that, we apply our innovative P.U.R.T. product to the affected areas, which is absorbed into the carpet’s fibers and backing. It takes 24 to 36 hours for the chemical reaction to be complete and for any residual matter from the pet accident to be broken down. Once the treated areas have dried, you can return to your normal routine and enjoy the company of your furry friend without any worries.