Although you may not be aware of the odors caused by pets urinating on the carpet right now…come Spring when the temperature and humidity rise you will be!
Due to lower humidity levels during winter months the urine salts present in carpet simply do not have enough moisture to generate bacteria, thus there is little or no odor. The lack of moisture however will soon change with the arrival of warmer temperatures, and so will the odor causing bacteria that are presently dormant within your carpeting.
I’m sure you have tried in vain to clean up areas, but nothing seems to work on the odor problem. There is help! By treating the urine deposits with our specially formulated digester, these nasty urine odor problems can usually be dealt with from the surface of your carpet.
Finding urine can be a bit tricky since not all carpets actually have the telltale yellow stains. Since most of the urine is located under the carpet this further complicates finding the source of urine odors. I do however have a system designed to find the urine so that it can be treated from the surface of the carpet. An inspection using this system also reveals the magnitude of an existing urine problem so that the appropriate treatment can be employed. For minor urine issues within your carpet; injections of our product is usually enough to cure the problem of the odor. In extreme cases the carpet as a whole must be treated or replaced along with the underlay. Each situation is different so individual assessments are required prior to starting any odor treatments.
The urine stains themselves are also a concern and may involve redyeing the affected carpet or having to insert a new piece of carpet. Since urine can damage carpet and fabric dyes permanently other solutions will have to be considered.
Our product is designed to rid carpets of odor causing bacteria and restore a healthier environment. Our goal is to not temporarily mask pet odors, but to kill off the bacteria which actually causes the odors.
I cannot guarantee that your pet will never pee on the carpet again, but I can guarantee that the treated spot will not emit urine odor any longer. Off gassing urine is a potentially serious health issue, (especially if it is feline urine and there is a pregnant woman in the home), and should be rectified immediately.