Urine Treatments Fir Carpets: Carpet Cleaning Castle Rock Co

Urine Treatments Fir Carpets: Carpet Cleaning Castle Rock Co

URINE TREATMENTs For Carpets Carpet Cleaning Castle Rock Co

As may as 50% of Castle Rock households have at least one pet in there home. Even TLC Carpet Care has a Cat, his name is Jake.  And although they are considered just another family member, they may don't make good companions for carpets and upholstery. Pet related stains and odors can be challenging to remove, so it’s best to clean them while they are fresh.

There are two types of chemical reactions that happens between the chemicals in an animal’s urine and those in the dyes and fibers of carpet fibers The first type of reaction is a change in carpet ph. The yellow color of the urine can change the ph and the color of the carpets but not always immediately but when it happens but once it dries. 

The other reactions develop slowly over weeks to several months and can result in permanent changes to the carpets dye structure. The carpets dyes change color but some fibers may be damaged by the aged urine. The urine salts can also produce an unpleasant odor. After cleaning, these areas are more obvious because the soils that hid the changed color and damaged fibers have been removed and the stain may become more noticeable. Also, dyes weakened by urine may bleed especially on your wool rugs so if you see color transfer as you’re blotting up the urine, call TLC Carpet Care as soon as possible at 720-314-0178.

Understand pet urine, if neglected will not go away on its own. Neglected urine deposits will smell like an unpleasant  ammonia noticeable thru out the house.  Feces also can contain harmful bacteria that releases odor  A spot that doesn't look that big on the surface is often many times underneath the carpet and padding. The urine can damage both dye and carpet fibers.  Unfortunately, the change usually isn’t noticed but the odor still exist. 

Urine treatments for carpets require professional restoration, urine stain removers, enzyme treatments, ph corrections and removal of the contaminated carpet, padding, and subfloor cleaning. 

For more info on Urine Treatments For Carpets visit our website at tlccarpetcare.net or if you have questions are staff is available at 720-314-0178.