Tips For Removing Pet Urine Smell and Stains From Carpet

Tips For Removing Pet Urine Smell and Stains From Carpet

Accidents happen and pee accidents are quite common when there are pets in the house. However, the pet urine smell and stains from the carpet do not give a lively look to the house and it becomes extremely important to get rid of them as soon as possible. Given below are some tips, which can assist in getting rid of pet urine smell and stains from carpet such as:

  • If the urine is wet, put layers of paper towel over it in order to soak as much as possible. Later, put newspaper over the paper towel. Try to absorb the urine in the paper towel and newspaper. Repeat the process several times. Place cold water on the affected area with little detergent or soap and clean again. Keep on repeating until the area gets almost dry.
  • If the pet urine stain is dry, wet the area with water to get rid of the stain. A wet vac would be a good idea to get rid of the stain as it would get rid of the dirty water from the carpet. One can use the pet odor neutralizer as well. Make sure it has positive reviews in the market and it is very important to make sure that it does not stain the carpet permanently.
  • One can also use a carpet stain remover to get rid of the tough stains; however, it should have good reviews.

Apart from all that It would be wise to get the services from the experts and professionals if getting rid of the urine smell and stains is extremely difficult for a person.

Hot Carbon Extraction vs. Steam Cleaning

Hot Carbon Extraction vs. Steam Cleaning

There are different ways to clean a carpet, with steam cleaning and hot carbonating extraction to good old vacuuming. They all get different results and are preformed differently. Equipment plays a vital role in differentiating the processes.

Steam Cleaning
Steam cleaning through the traditional way would require putting heaps of soap mixed with water on the carpet and then pumping it out with the steam cleaner. A high degree of pressure would be applied. This phenomenon can be quite tough on the carpet and in some cases; it would mean that the stains and dirt might go deeper into the carpet. Some of the cleaning chemicals are such that they can be quite harmful to pets and kids. Most of the houses have pets and kids and it is important to use the products, which are eco-friendly and free from harmful substances.

Hot Carbonating Extraction
In this process, 80% less water is used; however, carpet cleaning would be efficient and effective. This process would emphasize extraction and it would pull out the soil and moisture from the carpet. There would not be the use of harmful chemicals like traditional steam cleaners. Using this particular process means that there are chances of not damaging the carpet, which is important because nobody would want to invest their hard-earned income in repurchasing carpets repeatedly.

It is wise to do thorough research on the difference between steam cleaning and hot carbonating extraction. There is lots of information, which is easily available online with a simple click on the internet. It would be wise to watch the tutorials and read on the difference between the two methods and the benefits associated.

How to Restore Carpets After a Water Damage?

How to Restore Carpets After a Water Damage?

Water damage to carpets in your home or office is not uncommon. Any homeowner would have experienced water damage to carpets at least once in the lifetime. For such unfortunate situations, here is a quick guide on how you can best restore your carpets after water damage has occurred so you don’t  spend loads of money putting in new carpets.

Assessing how big or small the damage is
This is the first step in restoring carpets and cleaning them after water damage has occurred. If the damage has occurred because of clean water such as rainwater, the process can be easy depending on what type of carpet you have and how much area has been affected. However, if the water damage has happened because of contaminated water such as sewerage, the bad news is that you’ve lost your carpets forever.

Finding the root cause of the water leakage
The next step is to understand if you can control the water leakage so no further damage happens and you can stop the damage from worsening.

Knowing about your insurance options
This is where your home insurance kicks in, it is worth checking with your insurance company whether they cover water damage, so you can get new carpets instead of trying to fix the existing ones. Checking with your insurance company is important because replacing carpets in your whole house can end up being an expensive affair.

Checking a small patch before a full-blown repair
If you think you can restore the existing carpets and have found some cleaners that can help clean them thoroughly, it is worth starting this by doing a patch test on one area of the carpet. This way you are sure that your fix will work and that it will not further damage your carpet by leaving stain marks.

There are many other steps that you can take to restore your carpets after a water damage, but the ones listed above are the prerequisites, so you know that your efforts will bring in the right results.

5 Carpet Cleaning Myths That DIYers Should Know

5 Carpet Cleaning Myths That DIYers Should Know

Although carpet flooring is a great alternative to tile or hardwood flooring, a lot of people are finding it hard to make the right choices when it comes to carpet cleaning. There are many misconceptions that are related to carpet cleaning and general carpet care that mislead homeowners to make wrong choices. Here are 5 common myths that you should know about:

Renting a carpet cleaning machine is all you need
Some people think that renting a cleaning machine will do the trick when it comes to carpet cleaning. This is not true because you may end up damaging your carpet or partially cleaning the carpet. One of the reasons why most people prefer renting a machine instead of hiring a professional is to save money. However, with limited skills and knowledge, you might end up spending more than you anticipated.

All carpet cleaning methods are the same
This is not true because there are different types of carpets which require different cleaning methods. There are dry and wet cleaning methods and your choice may be determined by the carpet flooring you have, your budget, the degree of soiling and weather conditions. Some of the methods are more effective and hence they are recommended. With the help of an expert, you can determine the right method to use when cleaning your carpet.

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Ways To Get Rid of Red Wine From The Carpet

Ways To Get Rid of Red Wine From The Carpet

In the last half of the century, wall-to-wall carpeting has been the overwhelming choice as a floor covering in homes. Carpets provide warmth, elegance, and beauty that cannot be surpassed. Having a red wine spill on your carpet while you are entertaining can be your worst fear because it leaves an ugly red stain but in many cases, it’s not as bad as it seems. If you have a few common household products there is an easy solution.

What you don’t want to do is saturate the Red Wine stain with different cleaning compounds because some compounds will set the stain permanently into the carpet. For the same reason don’t apply heat to the stain.

According to Brilliance Cleaning when trying to get a Red Wine stain out you should blot with a clean white cloth or paper towels. Blot from the outside edges towards the center of the stain. Do not scrub or rub the stain vigorously because it is possible to damage or change the texture of the fabric permanently. Also, you could make the stain go deeper into the carpet or upholstery and even if it appears to have been removed by this process it is possible it will reappear later. Removing a Red Wine stain as soon as you see it is very important. The longer it is on the carpet the harder it is to remove.

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