Before and After Pet Stain Video’s

Before and After Pet Stain Video’s

Removing pet stains & urine from carpet & soft furnishings Are you an animal lover? Do you have difficulties removing pet urine from your carpet, rug or a lounge?  For many people dogs are our best friends. But the benefit of having a dog does not just end there. Experts say that having a dog could improve our physical and also mental wellbeing. We enjoy taking our dogs for regular walks & pets of any nature are usually great company and great for our wellbeing. What do we do about pet stains such as urine in our carpet, though? It is impossible to prevent accidents, even the best-trained pets sometimes have one. Furthermore, pet urine not only stains on your carpet, it can also bring an unpleasant odour into your household. So, what is the best strategy to fix it? There are two parts to the process – removal of the stain and managing or removing the urine odour. Attention dog and cat lovers The staining damage a dogs’ urine can do in most cases depends on your pet’s diet, your pet’s age and sex. The more protein your dogs consume, the higher the presence of protein. This means that their urine will have a stronger odour. On the other hand, cats typically urine vertically (on your wall or a chair), which means that the urine then drips onto the carpet. Cats’ stains are considered to be the hardest in terms of odour removal. Check out the ‘Before’ & ‘After’ videos of a pet stain removal job Encore Carpets recently conducted BEFORE What happens when your dog or cat urinate on your rug or...
Carpet Pet Stains – How To Get Rid Of Them!

Carpet Pet Stains – How To Get Rid Of Them!

Carpet Pet Stains – Get Rid Of Them For Good “Mum, Mum, please can we get a puppy?” your child screams as you pass by the pet store en-route to Woolies. Trying to peel his face off the now fogged-up window pane (with your hand) of the Pets In Paradise shop you start to run through your list of reasons why this isn’t a good idea. My list included things like they’re too expensive, You’ll need to feed him, walk him, toilet train him, etc. etc. Not to mention the drain on the family budget with vet bills and vaccination expenses. None of these valid reasons stop the continual onslaught from your little darling and you finally cave. Here’s a few carpet pet stain tips on how to clean and care for your carpet when that doggie doodoo happens. Firstly, if it’s feces (poo) remove as much as you can by lifting it off the carpet, rather than pressing, wiping or pushing it into the fiber. Now make up a solution of warm water (500ml) white vinegar (1/2 cap) Eucalyptus oil (2-3 drops) mixed in a jug. Pour it onto the effected area agitate with an old plastic spoon and then blot with a clean dry towel. Hopefully this should be all that is required. If on the other hand if it’s vomit or gastric reflux, this can strip the colour or turn the carpet green. Still use the above recipe to clean the carpet However, you may need to call us on 1300 558 794. We will be able to do a recolour to only the effected area which...