Pet Stain Removal Advice
Keep the stain damp
It is very important to use a slightly damp cloth or towel to soak up most of the pet stains. Try to avoid household cleaning products, only use clean water. Await a professional carpet cleaner who has the suitable products to fully remove the stain and odour. If the urine has already set into the carpet, the less chance to fully remove the stain, but if we can’t remove it, then no one can. Carpet cleaning products they sell in the local shops for pet stains are simply are not good enough. Often the scents from these cleaners may disguise the urine odour for you, but it won’t fool your pet. They may actually want to urinate in that area more to overpower the new scent and mark their territory. In some instances, the pet’s waste products will have soaked down into the carpet’s underlay. This is another reason professional carpet cleaning equipment is required. We use a strong extraction carpet cleaners which will fully extract any remaining residue. We follow this by a professional carpet deodoriser to totally eliminate any odour. Re-training your pet to avoid their bad behaviour will take some time, but it will be worth it to have a clean carpet. At Vale Carpet Cleaning we provide the ultimate stain removal services.