Looking for the right company to clean your premises in which you can welcome your guests or clients with confidence? Anyone who owns a pet knows that pet odors can sometimes be a problem. Pets who are prone to “accidents” can give your premises an unpleasant aroma.
Pay attention to your pet after treatment. Odors that can’t be detected by humans can be picked up by pets; they often return to the ‘scene of the crime’ and be a “repeat offender”. If your pet usually has accidents indoors, visit your veterinarian, as this might signal a urinary tract infection. There are other causes though; these include a change in environment (say, a recent move), a new addition to the household (a baby, another pet), or a change in diet. Animals sometimes respond to stress by making spots on your carpet or upholstery. You must remove Odors when they first occur, because the longer the source of an odour remains on a surface, the harder it will be to remove. Waiting too long requires professional cleaning services to eliminate these unpleasant odours. It is necessary to get to the source of the odor, which is usually located in the backing and padding (in the case of carpets) and then to deodorize the fabric.
Urine stains on carpets, upholstery and rugs are one of the most frequently occurring problems. If taken care of immediately, most urine stains leave no trace on the carpet or fabric. If neglected, they can cause dye loss, fabric deterioration and odor. There are two ways in which urine can affect your carpet or fabric:
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Immediate effect : Some dyes may undergo noticeable color change (note: this color change is usually reversible unless neglected).
Long-term effect : These effects may not be noticeable initially. Over the succeeding weeks and months, some dyes may undergo permanent color changes. At times dyes can become weakened and tend to bleed. Carpet fiber may also be damaged by the chemical reactions between the fiber and the stain. Old urine stain smells strongly like ammonia. Wetting or moisture may increase this unpleasant odor. Urine may also support bacteria growth in carpet/padding or fabric. Spills such as hot drinks or pet urine are difficult to remove as they manage to break through the protective finishes on brand new carpets and fabric. Spots such as Kool-Aid™ mustard, red wine, and other color added substances prove very difficult to remove and can dye your carpet or fabric.
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