A client in strife called me up and was in a bit of a panic. She had two cats that had stained two of her rooms in the front of her house. I visited that day and steam cleaned the rooms and was able to remove the stains and brown rings on her carpet. The longer the stains have been in the carpet then the longer they have had to sink in. It is best to consult a carpet cleaning professional very soon after the stain occurs.
Depending on how long the urine has been left, most of the time, it has penetrated deep down into the carpet. The most efficient way to remove the deeper stains is with hot water extraction. This process will penetrate right to the backing of the carpet and efficiently help remove built up soil.
Below are some of the steps for Urine treatment and stain removal:-
1. Make sure to attend to the stain as quickly as possible. As stated above urgency is a necessity. Gravity will pull the liquid and matter lower into the carpet fiber making it harder to treat.
2. Pre-soak the carpet stain with water. It is best to use a spray bottle for this. Be careful not to over saturate the area.
3. Blot the stain with a dry absorbent cloth or paper towel. Be sure that the cloth or towel is completely dry so that maximum water can be absorbed.
4. After continual blotting some or most of the stain should be removed. Also check to see if there is an odor. If there is an odor or still a stain you may need to consult a carpet cleaning professional.
KnuWhizz Cleaning uses the latest Protein Spotter Chemical from Sonitrol that helps remove the stain as well as treating the odor. We pre-treat the carpet with the protein spotter which helps encapsulate the urine stain for removal.