Remove Urine Smell from Carpet

As a carpet cleaner we get asked many questions all the time. The number one carpet cleaning question we get is how to remove the urine smell from carpet. Even after you have your carpets cleaned many times people find the urine ordor coming back on those hot summer days. The reason for this can be many reasons.

When an animal urinates on the carpet many times they move around and spread the urine out over the top layer of the carpet. When a carpet cleaner cleans the carpet they stand a good chance of getting all the top urine out.

Some times animals do not move and when that happens a large amount of urine soaks in on one spot. When this happensthe urine sinks down into the foam padding underneath and it can be very dificult to fully remove even if you clean the spot right away.

So how do you remove the urine Odor from carpet?

the good news here is you can still getthe odor out but it will cost you for the cleaning solution. We use an enzime that actually eats urine and then dies off after the urine is gone. The product we reccomend out can only be bought online to the best of our knowledge and is called antiickypoo. I know it is a funny name and why it is called that I could not tell you. The site is located at http://www.antiickypoo.com . They have full cleaning kits as well which are nice. The cost is far more then any normal store product but that is because it works. It’s not a bad idea to have this stuff on hand if you have a pet because you never know when an accident will happen. We are not affiliated with this company but that won’t stop us from recommending a great product.

We would also reccomend using their Anti-Icky-Poo P-Bath Pre-Treatment as well as the antiickypoo product as well. Be sure and follow the directions to the tee as they have a set process that works very well.

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