Pet Urine Removal and Carpet Cleaning
What’s the first thing guests notice when they visit your home? If you have pets, it could be the sweet (not!) smell of your furry friends. Pets give us companionship, laughs and unconditional love. They’ve earned a lasting place in our affections, but that doesn’t meant we want a permanent memento of them on the carpet.
If you’re dealing with the smell of pet urine, Heaven's Best Floor Cleaning can help. We have a special process for cleaning pet urine, odors and stains.
Pets and Carpets
Cats and dogs can leave a mess on your carpets. Dogs and cats spend a lot of time on the floor, playing and sleeping. Their hair and dander make its way into the carpet. Bits of food and dirt clinging to their fur can work into the carpet's pile.
You can minimize the soil by vacuuming often. Regular professional cleaning also helps. Our water-based cleaner is safe for your pets. When we’re done, the carpets are dry and ready for more furry fun in about an hour.
Don’t Wait to Remove Urine Stains
Take quick action after your pet has an accident. Once the urine soaks in and dries, it’s tougher to get the smell out. If your pet pees on the rug, blot the area with a clean cloth to absorb the moisture.
If the accident is small, treat the area with an enzymatic cleaner. Heaven’s Best has a great pet-stain cleaner that’s perfect for spot cleaning. When the problem goes beyond a small spot, it’s best to call a professional.
Urine spreads into the carpet, down into the pad and may reach the floor. Dry urine leaves behind traces that will continue to smell until they are removed. Once a pet urinates in the house, it will sometimes return to the same spot when nature calls. If the carpet and pad remain damp, bacteria will grow.
Our Cleaning Process
We work on urine stains by soaking the area with an enzyme cleaning solution. The enzymes break down bacteria and eliminate odors. Our solution works by eating away at the uric salts that cause the bad smells.
We apply enough cleaning solution to permeate both the carpet and pad. Cleaning is followed by extraction. Your carpets will dry quickly. Some of the enzymes will remain in the fibers. These enzymes continue to neutralize odors.
If the damage is extensive, we may recommend further treatments. Some discolorations can’t be removed. For those areas, you may need a patch or dye treatment.