Removing stains of old dried pet urine from carpets has always been a tiresome affair for households with pets. However, the easiest way to bypass that trouble is summoning a professional carpet stain remover and cleaning company of your locality. The experts will adopt appropriate means to remove the old urine stains and the associated odours. Here on this page, let us discuss the ways these professionals adopt to get rid of those old obnoxious stains and odours.
White Vinegar and Baking Soda
The experts would saturate the stained area with white vinegar but ensure altogether that the area does not get too soggy. Then they will sprinkle a modest volume of baking soda on the stain, which will generate a fizzing and popping sound. The sound will indicate that the solution is working. Now they will cover the stain with either a small towel or dish and wait for a few hours. Once the spot dries, they would scoop up the baking soda, and follow it up by rinsing the area with cool water. Then they will blot the area dry and conduct a thorough vacuum till the area is dry and clean completely.
Common Dishwashing detergent
This is another very common household product that professional carpet stain removal professionals in Melbourne like anywhere else would use for the removal of the old urine stains from carpets. They would put a quarter teaspoon of the detergent into a cupful of lukewarm water and mix thoroughly. Now they will put the solution into a spray bottle and sprinkle it on the stain directly and let the liquid stay on the stain for a while. Then they will blot the wetness with a dry towel and repeat the process till the stain and the odour is completely gone. They will select only and only a dishwashing detergent – not a laundry detergent or a dish soap.
When they turn to ammonia, the professional carpet cleaners would mix two tablespoons of ammonia with a cup full of cold (normal) water. Now they will rinse the stain thoroughly with the solution and rinse the area dry with a dry towel. Again, they will repeat the actions till the stain and the odour are gone completely.
This is yet another extremely handy agent that the professional carpet stain removers in and around Melbourne ould use to have the old pet urine stains and odour removed. They will combine 4 tablespoons full of H2O2 with 2 tablespoons full of lukewarm water. Now they will put the solution into a spray bottle and spray it directly on the stain and let it settle for about 20 minutes or so. Then they would rinse the area with cold water, blot the water dry with a fresh, dry towel, and vacuum the area to end the process. They may repeat the process till the stain and the odour are gone…….completely!!
Thus you see, these are the three most popular avenues that seasoned carpet cleaning professionals would take to remove old pet urine stains and odour from the carpets.
And for that, Carpet Stain Remover is the best name, if you are in and around Melbourne. Call us at 1800 978 553.