Carpet Care 2000 offers pet stain and odor removal to keep your home and carpets looking and smelling great. If you have a pet that has an occasional accident you should know that the pet stains are different than other stains because they soak into the fibers and the acid in the urine in particular can cause damage to your carpets. There are some pet stains that are going to set in and you may not notice until later and that is when they are much harder to treat.
Urine, Feces, Drool & Vomit Pet Accident Stains & Odor Removal
Most people assume when you talk about pet stains that it is strictly urine. Although urine is a big part of the accidents that are found in homes you may also have to deal with feces, vomit and even drool and slobber. Each of these can cause stains, spots and damage to the carpet fibers that can end up damaged enough that you need to have your carpets replaced. Pet urine has a very strong odor and will actually end up being a stain. The urine soaks into the carpet and a stain is when the spill has a chemical reaction with the carpet that will end up causing damage. The urine has acid in it that is the part that can cause the damage. Pet feces on the other hand will end up being a spot which is a spill that stays on the surface of the carpet and is usually a bit easier to clean off. The odor from pet feces is horrible but when the debris is removed most of the smell goes with it. Pet vomit is going to be a spot or a stain depending on the consistency of the vomit and what the pet was eating. It needs to be cleaned as soon as you see it to ensure the stain, spot and odor is removed from your home.
How to Remove Old Pet Stains & Odors from Fabrics & Fibers
Pet stains are a serious problem since often times they can go unnoticed and that can allow them to soak in and dry. Once they are dried out it can be difficult to locate so that you can have the area treated. Our staff is trained to inspect your home for areas of concern that you may not know about. The odor comes from the actual stain and even if it is dry the odor remains. That is why it is so important to have a professional come out and treat your home for any kinds of pet stains on a regular basis.
Carpet, Rug, Sofa Upholstery & Mattress Pet Stain & Odor Removal in Tracy, Livermore, San Ramon, Dublin, Ripon, Mountain House, Walnut Creek, Danville & the East Bay of California
It is best to start with a pet stain and odor inspection to have the areas of concern pinpointed. At Carpet Care 2000, our professional carpet cleaning technicians are able to come out and look over the carpets to locate where the stains are whether they are set in or fresh. If you have a pet, call our office and schedule to have your carpets inspected and treated today.