For many of the pet owners in Utah County, (approximately 10,000 of us) our pets are like family and live at least part of the time indoors. However, pets come with cleaning issues. Whether it’s age related or just a lack of training, pets have a way of changing our indoor environments. This information is dedicated to assisting you in managing these types of problems.
Have you ever had a problem with your pet and wondered what you could do that would be inexpensive and still work miracles for you?
First, males and females are different. They urinate differently and there are different things in the urine.
Second, unlike humans, there are many kinds of types and categories of pets: Dogs, Cats, Ferrets, etc and many different types of those as well. Each one of these individual types have a different chemical makeup in their urines and need to be addressed with that in mind. There is no fix-all to this problem. That is, there is no over-the-counter miracle cleaner. This should be handled by a professional. Have you ever smelled some of the cleaners used for urine? BOY do they SMELL! That’s because they are powerful and effective.
Here are a few things that you can do to avoid calling a person like me with any kind of frequency:
First, go online to www.petsmart.com and look into their potty training courses. They are cheaper than a professional carpet cleaner, and more effective at not only eliminating the problem, but preventing it as well.
Second, if you know where the problem areas are or catch the animal in the act, blot up the affected area with paper towels and apply white vinegar, in a spray bottle, to it. Urine, over time, has a tendency to bleach a carpet. The Vinegar will neutralize both the bleaching effect and the odor causing bacteria.
Just to be safe, allow the vinegar to dwell on the affected area for about an hour. Then, rinse. This can be done one of two ways:
Contact Image Cleaning Systems today so we can help you get out those deeper pet stains and odors