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Pet Urine in Carpet

Like you, I love our pets but I hate the stains. Whether it is cat urine or dog urine anyone who has a pet has probably faced the unpleasant scenario where your usually beloved pet has stained the carpet, floor or clothing. I know how it can happen. I turn my back for what seems like just a minute and my English Bulldog decides my carpet is the perfect place to relieve himself!  I know that if I don't clean the stain right first time I will be stuck with a stain in the carpet and an unpleasant dog odor.  Traditional cleaners and infomercial “wonder cleaners” are usually disapointing, and can sometimes make the stain worse. Urine stains are also some of the worst smelling messes out there and leave gross looking, long lasting stains. When left alone, pet urine can seep through your carpet and down into the padding, then to the floor beneath. Pet urine can delaminate a carpet and may cause the carpet backing to rot. Even after a thorough cleaning, pet urine stains and pet odors often remain.  

My remove pet stains from carpet cleaning basics video provides a step by step guide to cleaning pet stains and eradicating the odor. We'll show you how to clean and permanently remove the pet stains as quickly and as effectively as possible. In this video you'll see the perfect way to remove pet stains from your carpeting. 
 

Pet Urine Cleaning Supplies 

I am sure you found the remove pet stains from carpet video useful.  If you still have questions please contact Aunt Patti on the left side of the page.  As you watched my video, you will have noticed that we used a variety of pet urine cleaning products.  All of these products are readily available and although you can usually find these products anywhere online I generally get them at the Cleaning Solutions Superstore.  

For more information about all of the urine cleaning products used to remove the pet stains from carpet in the video.

To individually purchase the products used in this video, please click on the links below

Why is a Pet Urine Stain So Difficult?

Pet urine is an amber-colored liquid waste fluid that is excreted by the kidneys. Basically, urine is composed of waste products of protein metabolism. The color of pet urine and its staining ability will differ, depending on the dietary habits, age and sex of your pet.  If your dog or cat is in poor health or on medication, it can affect their urine as well.  Generally, cat urine has a harsher odor and produces more stains than that of dog urine. This is due to a diet richer in protein. Urine contains various chemicals. Most of these chemicals are easily washable, but one in particular adds to the difficulty in removing urine stains. Uric acid crystals in pet urine make the job of cleaning harder. 

 

 

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