Pet stain and odor removal is available to those who are having a difficult time maintaining their carpet that is also shared with their beloved pet. Pet stains and lingering odors can be troublesome to remove, mostly because of their pungent smells and high acidity. Removing pet stains and odors often requires professional assistance to remove in order to have lasting results that prevent your pet from wanting to reuse the space again for a future accident.
Pet stain removal can help reduce the appearance of pet stains in your home that are unsightly and unwanted. With pet stain removal, we use tested and industrial-grade pet stain removal solutions that are designed to reduce the overall appearance of urine and similar stains, as well as clean the surrounding carpet and help it blend in together again to appear as one.
Odor removal helps reduce the lingering odors that can latch onto your other household or interior items and can withhold the pet smells, even after you’ve cleaned the stain itself. If your pet hasn’t made any interior messes but simply spends a lot of time indoors, then odor removal is likely a service you’ll still want to consider. Pet fur tends to carry your pet’s natural odors and dandruff, which can latch onto upholstery, rugs, and carpet and cause these items to continue smelling foul or unpleasant. Odor removal helps neutralize the odors in your home, so that the air that is circulated throughout the home or to other rooms is clean and odorless as well.
As you might already know, pets are typically creatures of habit, meaning that they’re more likely to return to something that smells and feels familiar or comfortable. This means that if your pets (such as cats or dogs) are urinating indoors and the smells and stains aren’t removed entirely or improperly, your pet is likely to return to the same location and continue making messes. To prevent such messes, our professional pet stain removal services ensure that the stain and odors are completely rid of the carpet, rugs, or upholstery, so that your pet doesn’t feel the urge to gravitate towards the same space again. It’s also important that your pet maintains a regular bathroom regiment and are aware of their designated places to relieve themselves, so that they do not become confused when clearing the existing space inside your home.
Some tips and tricks to help deter your pet from wanting to create an indoor mess, is to ensure that they have a designated place to relieve themselves. This can include a specified corner to go potty in, or a litter box in a separate room that is not carpeted. When your pets know that they are able to comfortably relieve themselves elsewhere, they’re less likely to do so on your nice rugs, soft carpet, or favorite sofa. Other tips and tricks can include using sprays that encourage them to go to the bathroom elsewhere, and putting protective covers or layers on your upholstery that is easy to clean, in case of an accident.