When your pet leaves a smelly stain on the carpet, you don’t have to panic. Instead, follow these simple tips that can help remove the stain—and it’s lingering odor—for good.
What To Do Immediately After Your Pet’s Accident
If you act quickly, you should be able to remove a lot of the surface stain left behind from your pet.
As soon as you notice urine or another type of pet stain, gently blot or pick up as much of the stain as you can. This is crucial for the stain treatment process. Just make sure you don’t push the stain further into your carpet fibers but scrubbing too hard.
Follow up with either a homemade solution or a store bought stain remover. You’ll want to make sure you choose one that’s safe for animals and is non-toxic.
Use a small amount of cleaning solution at a time to ensure you don’t leave behind sticky residue that can attract more dirt and stains in the future. Rinse the area then dry with a towel and vacuum away any access moisture.
Schedule A Professional Pet Urine And Odor Removal Treatment
Spot treating is important, but only removes surface stains—not harmful bacteria or lasting odors left behind long after the stain dries. In order to keep carpet stains, odors, and bacteria from your pet under control, a professional Pet Urine Removal Treatment should be conducted at least once every year.
Professional pet urine and odor removal methods break down potent, odor-filled crystals trapped in your carpet fibers. Plus, Chem-Dry is proven to remove 99.9% of pet urine odors and 99.2% of bacteria from pet urine in carpets.
With M.S. Chem-Dry, you’ll be left with a cleaner, healthier, better smelling home.
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