Hot, Humid Summer Days Activate Odors in Your Carpet, Upholstery and Rugs
Humidity reactivates odors. Pet urine, pet stains and general doggy smell - all have odor causing bacteria. They linger in your carpet, rugs, and upholstery until they are rinsed out.
Urine problems have alkaline crystals that eventually dry up after several months. But when a humid day kicks in, you’ll smell the odor again. The odors can linger for years.
Red Hot Carpet Cleaning Offers 3 Different Options To Remove Pet Stains And Pet Odors.
Urine Stain Removal - Specialty stain remover is applied anywhere there is yellow discoloration caused by urine staining.
Urine Pre-Treatment and Pad Extraction - Urine neutralizing treatment is applied to the carpet and pad to neutralize urine. Hot water is flushed through the carpet and pad and extracted to remove excess urine contamination. Finally, a premium odor remover is applied to the carpet and pad to remove any residual odors. This process ensures that all urine and bacteria are removed plus eliminates the possibility of stains returning after the carpet dries.
Pictured below is a room which required Option 2 and Option 3 to remove pet stains and odors. As you can see, the carpet was a total mess and now looks like new again.
Pictured below is a room with Option 2 and Option 3 to remove pet stains and odors.
For severe odor and pet problems, call us right away. We employ the best cleaning agents to neutralize odors. We even have a tool that can pull pet urine from your carpet padding.
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