How To Treat Pet Urine In Your Carpet

At odds about what to do with a pet that uses your hallway as a bathroom? Well nothing beats professional treatment and extraction but there are ways to handle the odor and attempt to treat the smell on your own. Let me start by saying that some of the help articles written on the internet work in the short term, what they don’t do is explain what happens a month later with the various products used. take this link from a dog chat forum for example. Pet Urine Damage Link – Click Me We have vinegar, dish soap, baking soda and peroxide. Well, at least they are 25-50% correct. The problem with using ANY dish soap is the amount of dirt that it attracts from being left in the carpet. Here at Mountain View Carpet Care we use industrial level truck mount extraction equipment and we wouldn’t even use dish soap.
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It takes gallons of water to rinse that stuff all out. Vinegar also attracts dirt. What you do want to use is the peroxide, a shop vac, and odorcide. Odorcide is a smell blocking deodorizer that can be purchased on amazon and or home depot has a version of it called odoban. The Brown bottle peroxide will kill live bacteria and the odoban will help with residual smell. Pet Urine Extraction
The process i would suggest is this

  • Add hydrogen peroxide to the affected area. If you get the foaming castle use your shop vac to suck what you added out, then add more, then suck, repeat until the fizzing stops.

  • Next flush the area with plain water. Be liberal with the water as your shop vac and towels will pull up most of it. Half a gallon to a gallon of water is a common amount. Make sure to shop vac up as much as possible in a rinse/suck repeat style.

  • Now it’s time to add your odoban. Follow the directions on the bottle for dilution rate and add it the same way you did the water rinse. Let the odoban set around 5 minutes before you shop vac it out.

  • Lastly mix up a batch of very light odoban, if you use the stuff that’s 32oz gallon full strength, mix a batch with 2-4oz/gallon, this is your final rinse agent and needs to be mostly water. If you have strong odors you can leave it be with the heavier mix but it can attract soil again faster than if you rinse it. rinse and repeat with the light mixture adding then shop vaccing until it feels like there is no slippery residue left. Use a plain bath towel to blot up as much liquid as you can and finally keep that area warm. A small space heater would be ideal to speed your dry time. When water dries it evaporates up and can carry soil to the top of the carpet fiber.