Pet Urine Removal Services | Dog & Cat Odor Removal | Chem-Dry

 Pet urine on carpet, rugs, upholstery or leather can do much more than cause unpleasant odor.
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Did you know that over 70% of the households in the United States have at least one pet? Whether you have a dog, cat, bird, rabbit, or even all of them, you know that pet accidents do happen. CLEAN Choice understands your situation; we have pets of our own and know how strong Maryland’s humidity can be. We have seen and solved just about everything, from minor odor to severe pet urine and fecal stains; we’ve even solved human urine and bacteria odors and stains. You name it, we’ve seen it throughout the numerous rental properties, homes, and businesses we’ve serviced in the Baltimore and Annapolis regions.
A&C Carpet Cleaning offers the following Pet Stain & Urine Odor Removal services:
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How can I get cat urine odor out of my carpet? I have a kitty who decided to "tinkle" in the same spot for a number of weeks. We are certain that the urine seeped down into the padding. Eventually, we broke him of the habit and he is now happy with one of the fancy automatic litter boxes (a less-than-frugal option). Although we have used the standard over-the-counter products for neutralizing and deodorizing, the odor creeps up every now and then. Any suggestions?
Lori L Pet odor removal. Eliminate cat urine, dog urine, and other pet urine smells forever.
Photo provided by FlickrThe following are the two sources of odors commonly associated with pet urine:
Photo provided by FlickrPet urine on carpet, rugs or upholstery can do much more than cause unpleasant odor.
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Because of its composition, removing pet urine stains and odors from laminate flooring may seem daunting. This is a guide about cleaning pet urine stains and odors from laminate flooring.The other problem is the odor from pet urine. Emanating pet urine odors encourage a dog or cat to continue to urinate in the same location of your home over and over. This will compound the problem and saturate the carpet.Accidents happen, but removing urine odors from wood floors can seem like a big job. This is a guide about cleaning pet urine odors from hardwood floors.No matter what kind of accident your pet had, there are chemicals and sprays available on the market to get rid of the odor. Use a pet accident wash up solution to get rid of the odor of urine, feces, or vomit from the floor. You can also use citrus concentrate on the area where the odor is the most obvious. The citrus will help mask the scent of either the mess or the chemicals moving forward. Let the solution stand for a few minutes before cleaning it up with a mop.Unfortunately, you cannot remove pet urine odors with homemade solutions or store-bought chemicals. DIY methods and retail products can conceal the odor, but cannot remove it.In some cases our standard Zerorez carpet cleaning process may be all that is needed. In more severe cases, when the urine soaks through the carpet backing into the padding, we have a specialized method to remove these difficult pet odors and stains through a pad extraction procedure.If you just brought a new puppy home or have an older dog with a weak bladder, chances are you've cleaned up a urine accident or two. Even if you immediately clean up the stain, the pee still can leave an undesirable odor. Because of dogs' strong senses of smell, you need to completely eliminate the odor or your pet may continually urinate in that...Cat urine odor is more difficult to remove from carpets. It saturates the carpet all the way through to the floor. If the urine is fresh, blot it firmly and repeatedly with absorbent towels. Don't rub because that will cause the urine to spread. Continue until no more urine can be absorbed.