Pet Stains & Odor Removal
If you have one or more pets at home, then they are sure to have had accidents on your carpet and upholstery. When this happens, you need to act fast to ensure that the carpet or upholstery does not stain and that the odor is completely removed. This is essential to keep your home clean, protect your carpets and upholstery and most importantly prevent your pet from developing a habit of using that spot again, as it has now been marked.
When left alone they tend to urine .The urine then seeps below the carpet inside the padding and finally to the floor.
In most instances, pet stains and odor can be professionally removed using a specialized surface treatment, steam cleaning and deodorizing. If you see it happen, blot the area with paper towels. You may even be able to use a wet/dry vac to extract the urine. Then gently blot with a damp clean cloth, followed by a clean dry cloth or old towel to remove most of the urine. You will still need a professional carpet cleaner to follow up with a urine treatment to kill bacteria and remove odor. However, by removing most of the urine you will help prevent pet stains. This method is only successful if the pet stain has not soaked through to the underlay and floor beneath. Pet urine when left untreated forms salt-like crystals. When these crystals become damp they release odor. This is why sometimes the smell seems stronger after carpet steam cleaning.
Red Wine Stain Removal
To stop any permanent irreversible colour or dye damage from happening when you do have a spill on your carpet. One of the most common is of course, red wine. Usually when we come across red wine stains they come in two different forms, either a large spill (from the bottle) or a small spill (from the glass).
It is always very important to treat any stain spill as quickly as possible in order to stop any permanent colour damage.
There are many different types of old remedies which people say are fantastic and work “every time”, but unfortunately it isn’t as simple as that. It depends on the type of carpet construction you have which could either be polyester, wool, cotton, nylon, acrylic etc..
Always call a professional carpet cleaner for help and advice when dealing with a stain like this. What you do or don’t do, can make all the difference when it comes to red wine stain removal.