Pet Odor Removal
Oh how we love our pets, they can be our best friends and a constant source of enjoyment. Pets can also be a huge pain in our posterior regions, from the occasional accidents to the severe repeat offenders. Often times animals will keep going to areas that are not treated and cleaned properly, if they can smell it they will go back to it. Another problem with delaying treatment and removal of pet odor is that the urine can (and will) seep into the tack strip, padding, sub floor, and baseboards. Luckily you have found a Pet odor removal carpet cleaning specialist in Coach Carpet Care of El Dorado Hills!
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There are a few different pet odor removal problems that we deal with on a regular basis.
- Basic pet odor, the “wet Dog” smell. Caused from the pet dander and oils from their fur. This is not really a problem and often can be removed with the cleaning and odor eliminators. On more sever pet dander odors we can apply an odor eliminator that will attack the odor from a molecular level changing the odor into something that humans and pets cannot smell.
- Minor urine stain and odor problems- I have seen minor pet urine odor described as a smell that you can only smell if you are down close to the source, or when it rains or is very humid. These problems areas need a specially designed enzymes and a good thorough clean and rinse.
- Severe pet urine odor problems are loosely defined as being able to smell the odor when you walk into the room.
The problem with pet odor caused by the pet urine is that is sticky and creates a chemical bond with the carpet or fabric fibers. We need a special cleaning solution to break that bond. We thoroughly inspect the contaminated areas to see how severe the pet urine damage is. If it is several spots, but mostly on the surface (as in a smaller animal) we will use a urine pre-treatment sprayed on each urine spot. Then we can clean and apply an odor eliminator to the area.
If the damage is bad but confined to a smaller area we can use a concentrated odor stain remover product and rinse with subsurface urine extractor device. This treatment is the best way short of pulling up the carpet and removing the pad. The solution takes the same path that the urine did and with such a deep rinseing allows us to extract the urine. We have seen some pretty bad areas returned to a serviceable condition using this treatment.
Sometimes the damage is so severe that the only thing to do would be to pull up the carpet remove and discard the padding, seal the floor and surrounding areas, install new pad, treat both sides of the carpet with the pet treatment, and re-install. Occasionally the base boards would need removing and replacing. This is the only way to completely remove the odor.