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What to do about tough pet stains and odors?

 

 

What to do about tough pet stains and odors?

Animals are always such an amazing addition to your family, you don’t think of them merely as a pet but also a family member. Pets provide unconditional love, protection, and loving companionship. Unfortunately, they also shed a ton, track in a ton of dirt, from time to time they get ill vomit or have some sort of accident that is to be of urine or fecal matter. All four of these can present major challenges to carpets and floors and can leave an odor and or a stain! Just imagine your on your way back from a vacation, only to encounter your pet with the bad stomach flu. If the mess has set for quite some time you can be looking at taking an “L” with your flooring or carpets. Beyond that removing the odor will be almost impossible. It might be time to call in a professional.

 

Shedding Pets

Most pets short or long hair shed their coat seasonally and some more than others. Cleaning up the hair can present some real challenges no matter the flooring you have or furniture fabric. You might be seeing tumbleweeds of gather hair from time to time blowing in the wind across your kitchen tile. Most individuals look at only the physical hair as an issue, less do they know that hair has dander and can even retain a foul odor. Thankfully we have the genius inventions called the vacuum that can assist us in removing the hair, and dander. We also have a ton of carpet stain removers available to us at the grocery store to help remove the immediate messes.

 

Hard Falls or Winters and outside bathrooms

A Lot of us have train Fido to go outside. But if the weather is not accommodating and wet they can track in a ton of dirt from the great outdoors. If you do not catch them at the front door to wipe their the mud has now left visible paw prints from your entryway to your living or bedroom!

Sometimes a simple vacuuming or sweeping will do. On other occasions however you will need specific flooring or carpet fabric cleaner to assist you. This usually will only work if you catch the culprit in the act. If you have a doggy door you will definitely encounter some dirty soiled traffic by the time you arrive home. In this case who are you gonna call? Not Ghostbusters! But 303 Carpet Cleaning!

 

Urine Stains and Odor causes significant damage

If you were to find urine its very important to clean the stain as soon as possible, to prevent odor or a bad stain. Start soaking up the urine from the carpet with a dry towel or paper towels. Press lightly to soak up and remove as much as possible. Then create a solution of half water and vinegar, make sure to blot the affected area working from the outside to the center of the stain.

After this is complete sprinkle with a small amount of baking soda. Wait till this is dry then use a vacuum to remove the dried baking soda. If this does not remedy its time to call in a pro!

 

If you have any questions on pet odor removal please call Jon Pollock owner of 303 Carpet Cleaning today at  303 514 4299

 

 

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