Are you dealing with pet accidents on your own and feeling overwhelmed? You don’t have to be! At Chem-Dry of Fort Worth, we understand the challenges posed by pet stains and odors, which is why we offer our Professional Pet Urine Removal Treatment (P.U.R.T.®). Our experienced carpet cleaners in Fort Worth combine a proven cleaning process with a targeted solution that tackles the source of the problem – leaving your carpets looking and smelling fresh again! Trust us to eliminate pet messes, freeing you from stress and making your home an inviting place for family and friends again.
Pet Urine Stains and Odors can be Difficult
Have you ever tried to get pet urine stains and odors out of your carpets, only to give up in frustration? It’s no surprise – pet urine seeping into the carpet, padding, or subfloor can be incredibly difficult to remove using traditional cleaning methods. That’s why Chem-Dry of Fort Worth uses a Professional Pet Urine Removal Treatment. This specially formulated solution targets and eliminates deep-seated odors and stains, making your carpets look and smell fresh again!
When a pet accident occurs, it’s important to clean up the moisture as soon as possible. After that, it can be tempting to reach for the nearest store-bought cleaner or even try using a household hack like baking soda or hydrogen peroxide to remove the stain. However, these methods can damage your carpet fibers and draw more attention to the affected area. Cleaning up pet messes should be left in the hands of professional carpet cleaners in Fort Worth and the surrounding area, who use specialized solutions and cleaning processes that won’t risk damaging your carpets.
You may be tempted to call a steam cleaning service to remove pet stains and odors, but it’s important to know that this method of cleaning is not nearly as effective as you might hope. The large volume of water used in steam cleaning can push the urine crystals further into the flooring instead of flushing them out. This can cause the permanent setting of urine odors and stains, leaving you with a significant problem that won’t go away easily.
At Chem-Dry of Fort Worth, we have developed the Pet Urine Removal Treatment (P.U.R.T®) to solve the problem of pet stains and odors safely and effectively. Our unique process targets the urine crystals, breaking them up and releasing them from the carpet fibers to thoroughly remove pet stains and eliminate odors.
How Does Pet Stain Removal Work?
The key to removing pet stains is to get rid of the chemical compounds that create them and their odors. In most cases, the source of pet accidents is microscopic urine crystals and other debris that are embedded deep within carpets. Destroying these compounds is essential for getting rid of pet stains and odors permanently.
Removing pet urine stains and odors from carpets can be difficult or impossible with traditional methods. However, Chem-Dry’s tested P.U.R.T. process is designed to carefully target and lift away pet urine crystals deep within your carpet. Our specialty cleaning can help remove stains from many surfaces. Learn more about our Area Rug Cleaning or Upholstery cleaning services.
The first step to successful pet stain removal is to locate all of the affected areas. Unfortunately, urine deposits are difficult to spot with the naked eye. That’s why our team uses ultraviolet light to detect any hidden pet stains which may be causing an unpleasant odor in your home.
We then leverage our Hot Carbonating Extraction process (HCE) to penetrate deep into carpet fibers and lift loose urine crystals. Additionally, HCE removes any liquid that is making the stain worse, as well as dirt or other grime present in the carpet.
Finally, our specialized P.U.R.T. product works for 24-36 hours to break down stubborn stain- and odor-causing matter located deep within the carpet fibers.
Learn more about how Chem-Dry of Fort Worth carpet cleaners can remove the stubborn pet stains and odors lingering in your carpet. Just give us a call today at (817) 242-4462 to connect with a professional technician in Fort Worth!