Remove Pet Odor and Stains From Your Carpet

May 20, 2016 | Carpet Cleaning

boy playing with cat and dog

young boy playing with cat and dog on clean carpet Pets add joy to your life, but they also bring nasty stains and odor into your home. Luckily, there are ways to fight pet odor and stains in your carpet and upholstery so you can have both the clean home and the K9 companionship you desire!

The purpose of today’s article is to help you better understand the harmful effects pet urine can have in your home and educate you on proactive ways to keep it under control.

The Harmful Affects Pet Urine Has on Your Home and Health

Your cat or dog transports dirt into your home from the outdoors. Over time, this dirt and dust can be detrimental to your carpet as well as your health. This is a scary thought, right?

How To Treat Pet Urine and Odor

If you have a pet, it’s inevitable that dirt will find its way into your home. That’s why first and foremost, establishing regular cleaning habits is key. Vacuum and mop your floors at least weekly. It’s also important to have your carpets and upholstery professionally cleaned every 3-6 months. 

You can also add doormats to entryway, bathe your animal regularly, and treat pee stains right when they happen to reduce the amount of dirt absorbed into the surfaces of your home.

Let Southside Chem-Dry Take Care of Your Carpet and Upholstery Cleaning

Southside Chem-Dry is here to help you live the lifestyle you want with both a pet and a healthy home! Learn more about our healthy home cleaning solutions or even get a free price estimate online today!

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