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Pet Odor Removal


Having pets of any kind in the house may mean that you will have to deal with an accident at some point. You may find that your animal will urinate on your carpet at some point. When this happens, you will clean it up and think that it is fine. However, the smell may stay in your carpets for a long time and you will notice the odor getting stronger and stronger as time goes on.

When your pet has an accident on your carpets, you will want to find something that will do a great job in getting the stain out as well as removing the nasty odor that goes along with it. There are of course other pet accidents that can leave odor on your carpets like vomit and feces. These may also produce terrible smells along with a hard to get out stain on the carpet. You will have to search for the rights cleaner that will bring your carpets back to life.

There are some great carpet cleaning products on the market today that will get out the pet stains and odors that we have to deal with. You will find many great brands that will work in most any situation. You will want to make sure that you are finding the right kind that will work best on your carpets and do any further damage. You may want to do a spot test in a hidden area first to make sure that the cleaner is not going to be too harsh for the fibers in the carpet.

There are a lot of different products that you can find in the cleaning aisle along with the pet aisle in the stores. You will notice that they are going to do best on different types of stains. There may be some products that will work on any kind of pet stain or odor. You will want to make sure that you are getting the right cleaner for the problem. The next step is to make sure that you are cleaning the carpet way down to the padding. If the pet smell is in the padding, chances are you will not get the smell to go away. You will want to get deep down so that the entire odor is being removed.

The key to getting the pet smell out of your carpets is to extract all of the water from the carpets and padding once they are cleaned. You want to make sure that you are getting down to the bottom of the pad to suck out all of the excess water. This water is mixed with the pet smells that are causing the bad odor in your carpets. Once you do this, you should be fine. However there are certain cases, where you must remove the padding underneath in order to completely remove the odor.

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