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Easily Remove Pet Stains from Your Carpet

October 5, 2011   ·   By   ·   No Comments   ·   Posted in Carpet Cleaning

Many pet owners do not know the best way to effectively eliminate urine stains from carpet. For that reason, we’re going to discuss a few proper techniques and also several improper approaches to eliminate pet stains.

You witness Fido have an accident. You snatch your bottle of stain cleaner. You dash to the spot and commence pouring or spraying it on the area. When this happens what you’re actually doing is mixing a puddle of urine with stain cleaner. This is simply not what you want to do.

Or how about this one? You spray the spot remover on the carpet and then you start scrubbing the spot with a brush. Brushes are something that you rarely, if ever, want to use on carpet. Brushes can actually hurt the carpet fibers. Some people think that the harder you brush the spot remover into the carpet the better it’s going to work. That is not the case. True, you need a little bit of agitation to get the spot remover to penetrate into the stain. But this can be done with a really light brush or even a towel. You definitely do not want to do a whole lot of scrubbing.

Here is the proper way to remove the urine. If the urine is still wet, the first thing you want to grab is a shop vac. Extract as much urine as you can out of the carpet first. This way, you are removing the bulk of the problem before you even treat it with a spot remover. Remember that a spot remover is made to take care of what is left behind. It’s not going to make the urine magically disappear out of the carpet. After you extract what you can with the shop vac, you then take your spot remover and lightly spray that over the area. Or you can pour a little bit into a towel and dab that onto the carpet.

In the event you wound up making use of a considerable amount of stain cleaner, what you should do is get a cupful of water and pour it over the area. After that extract all the fluid from the carpet. By doing this you won’t end up leaving behind a residue buildup.

Adhering to these tips, you should have the capacity to eliminate practically any type of pet stain. It’s going to wind up being easier on you and in the end it’s going to considerably better for your carpet.

Now, if you have a great deal of pet stains. For those who have many urine stains in a number of different places. It is usually going to be more beneficial if you employ a professional carpet cleaning company. The more time urine stains stay in carpet the greater likelihood it’s going to forever discolor as well as actually decay the backing of the carpet. Believe it or not, the carpet fibers can in fact begin to break apart because of laminate from the carpet backing if the urine sits in the carpet for a long time. Not to mention the simple fact that it’s also unsanitary to leave urine within the carpet for a long period.

Carpet manufacturers continue to suggest that you contact a professional carpet cleaning company every 6 to 12 months if you have pets. A bit of stain cleaner can do like a charm however professional carpet cleaning companies will accomplish it the appropriate way.

For more info For more info on pet stain removal For more info on carpet cleaning in these areas For more tips on removing pet stains For the latest promotions, booking info, or to get a free quote please call (419) 861-9602, email or visit us online for more information.

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Toledo, OH  43615
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