Most people want to have their home as a place they can relax and enjoy. They also want to have a family that is loving and kind to each other. Lastly most homeowners want to add a pet to the mix at some point in life. This might be right off the bat and before you expand your family or after a few quiet years. A new dog is a great addition to any home and is called man’s best friend for a reason. They tend to love you and want to spend time together. Most breeds of dogs want to please their owner and when they learn a new trick or potty train it is a good day. When it comes to training your dog where to use the restroom it can be difficult for the first few weeks. Most of them figure it out quite quickly because they don’t want to leave their bathroom mess in areas that they also want to sleep and eat. Even once you have had your pet trained you may still end up with accidents through their life; You want to make sure that you know the best way to clean up after your pet accident. Carpet Care 2000 outlines how to deal with pet stains in your house.
Treat Pet Accidents Right Away
The first thing that you want to make sure that you do is to have a plan of action and to make sure know how to use it. The most important part of dealing with a pet stain is to get to the stain as quick as you can. Pet stains have been known to create staining as well as odor in a house. The longer that they are allowed to stay on the carpet the harder it will become to remove it later. You want to keep a good eye on your dog and when you notice a spot it is best to clean it right away.
Types Of Pet Stains
There are several types of stains that you may end up dealing with when it comes to dogs and other types of pets. There of course are the urine accidents when you have a puppy that is just learning where they can use the bathroom. They need to be taken out often to get a proper understanding. Then you have feces when they might have been left in the house just a little too long. Lastly you may have a pet that gets sick and you are stuck cleaning up vomit off the carpet.
How to Remove Pet Stains from Carpet
If you have a pet stain that needs to be cleaned you want to start with removing the excess. You can use a paper towel and trash bag to pick up as much as you can. Then you want to clean the spot that might be left with warm water mixed with some mild dish detergent. You want to dab at the area with a clean cloth and the cleaning solution. Then you need to use a deodorizer on the area to try and mediate the odor. You can use baking soda that you layer over the space and allow to dry. Then run the vacuum over the spot to remove the baking soda and the odor that it has soaked up.
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Carpet Care 2000 can come out and clean your carpets to treat pet stains and odor. Call us today!