This guide is about pet urine smell after using a carpet cleaning machine. Removing dog or cat pee odors from carpets can be a challenge.
An independent laboratory conducted multiple tests of P.U.R.T., our revolutionary process for treating pet urine odors and stains. In tests against the most common odor sources found in dog and cat urine, the study concluded that P.U.R.T. removes an average of from carpets. When coupled with our HCE process and a sanitizer, the study also concluded that P.U.R.T. removes an average of from pet urine stains in carpets.
Urine deposited on carpet does not stay there, it penetrates the ﬁbers and contaminates both the backing of the carpet and the ﬂooring material below the carpet. Often, without your knowing, pets will urinate continually in the same general location. Urine odors can permeate from the ﬂoor, be it cement or wood, from the tack strip, and even from the framework of the house behind the walls. It can spread far and wide!
Cat urine odor is more difficult to remove from carpets
Cat Poop Removal from Carpets - Clean Stains & Odors
Cat urine odor is more difficult to remove from carpets. It saturates the carpet all the way through to the floor. If the urine is fresh, blot it firmly and repeatedly with absorbent towels. Don't rub because that will cause the urine to spread. Continue until no more urine can be absorbed.Without a doubt, the most common set of questions that readers ask us all have to do with finding the best way how to get cat pee out of carpet. That’s why I’ve put together this handy guide for removing cat urine stains and odors from the carpet and rugs in your home.Tip #5: We bought a condo in Houston and "someone" left the door open while the work was being done. Somehow, cats got inside and really did a job on the new carpet before we moved in. While inspecting the unit we discovered the gift they had left us. Not wanting to go through the expense of replacing and possibly not matching new carpet, we had the installer return. He said that it was well known that you could get this and other terrible odors out by using Original Downey fabric softener, mixed half and half with water. I had never heard of it. We paid him to do the job and the odor was gone and stayed gone. We replace with hardwood flooring six years later and it had not returned. I believed he used the mixture in a carpet machine, but the order was gone. I sure hope this helps.So you have a concrete floor, perhaps in your basement or under your carpet in your home that seems to be permanently stained with pet urine, a.k.a dog or cat pee. You can smell or see pet urine stains that no matter how much you bleach or wash with vinegar don’t go away. It’s as if you have to settle with the fact that once dog or cat urine has seeped into concrete, it’s there forever. What’s worse is it seems to give off a permanent urine odor, constantly releasing stringing and offensive fumes. Let’s take a look at how we can remove pet urine from concrete the right way so that you have a clean smelling cement floor again.