As much as you love your pets, it can be extremely frustrating when they make messes or have accidents in your home…especially on your rug! The stains and the urine smell make you want to throw out your rug and get a new one. Thankfully, our pet odor removal and rug cleaning in Gastonia, NC can save your rugs. Here are some other tips on dealing with pet urine on your rugs.
For minor accidents and quick fixes, use a safe store-bought enzyme cleaner.
There are tons of pet urine removal enzyme cleaners on the market. Some cleaners are made for hard surfaces and others for soft surfaces like carpets and rugs. Be sure to do your research to determine what enzyme cleaner will be safest for your pet and your home before you purchase one. We also recommend testing a small area of your rug with the cleaner before using it to treat a large pet urine stain on a more visible part of your rug.
To most effectively remove stains and smells, get a professional rug cleaning in Gastonia, NC.
If your rug has years of stains and smells that need to be removed or storebought solutions don’t work on your rugs, it’s time to call in the professionals for rug cleaning in Gastonia, NC. During a rug pet odor and stain removal, we do a contamination inspection using Ultraviolet lights and Moisture meters to locate urine deposits in your rug. This inspection is the sure-fire way to locate insidious urine spots and allows us to eliminate the odor and its contamination. From there, we use a process to neutralize urine salts and rinse them from the face fibers and the foundation yarns of your rug.
Focus on helping your pet succeed by finding the cause of why their accidents happen.
Take some time to discover why your pet keeps having accidents in your home. Make sure you’re taking your pet outside regularly so they have a chance to relieve themselves and practice proper training methods. Of course, if you have a puppy, these accidents will decrease over time. And if you have an elderly dog, they may be struggling with health issues that cause accidents and your vet may be able to help ease these troubles.