Odor Control & Pet Odor Removal
Did you know that pet urine accidents are among the hardest stains to remove from rugs and carpet? While the odors associated with an occasional pet urine stain can typically be removed without much concern, the pH level of the stains change as they dry, sometimes causing permanent color loss or bleeding of the dyes. Of course, the best way to combat these issues is with immediate, professional and experienced cleaning.
In extreme cases where the pet urine has been allowed to build up over time, pet stain on top of pet stain, we may inform you that the textile has “dry rot” and the foundation yarns may not be sturdy enough for cleaning.
However, if you call us or bring you rug to us as soon as a pet urine accident, you increase your chance that we might be able to restore the rug entirely. In a case like that, time is the essence. We can also guarantee 100% pet odor removal.
At Four Seasons. we can remove all type of odor including the one caused by flood, mold and mildew. However most of the rugs with odor that we clean at our facility are caused by our cute and lovely pet. However, we can guarantee 100% for most of the problems related to pet on most of the rugs.
We Can Guarantee Pet Odor Removal
If your area rugs or Oriental or rugs are stained by pet accidents, flooding or other odors, we have a service that can remove all odors on most of the rugs, and provide a 100% Customer satisfaction guarantee!
Yes, this service is the most effective method of removing odors available, we guarantee it! Simply call the office and ask about our guaranteed odor removal service. Don’t live with that stink anymore!
How we dot it?
Our system is the very best because it involves :
- Presoaking the urine contaminated areas in a separate bath, with a special formula that breaks down the urine and kills the bacteria without using chemicals like phenol or Ammonium Chloride.
- Washing the rug in our laminar waterflow rug wash bath until all of the urine and all of the cleaner is totally rinsed out
- Extracting all excess water to prepare the rug for drying
- Drying the rug in controlled conditions , first lying flat under moving, dry air, then hanging on our drying racks under moving, dry air5: Inspecting the rug to make sure all urine or other odor is gone.
A Word About Your Health
If you encounter odor problem with your rug, you should consider having your rug clean as soon as you can. Urine is full of bacteria and also attracts moisture from the air, keeping that bacteria alive. It also creates ammonia and methane gas which can irritate your eyes, your sinus passages and your throat.