Pet Urine Odor Removal

Pet Urine Odor Removal


Pet Urine Odor Removal, because accidents do happen –

There are many reasons why people have pets. Some people want the company of animals, some are looking for a way to teach responsibility, and others just enjoy having fuzzy friends around. But what happens when you’re faced with pet urine odor? Pet odors can be hard to remove, but fortunately there is an easy natural solution that will take care of it in no time!

The first thing that must be done before trying any odor removal methods is to blot up as much of the urine as possible using towels or rags. This will not only help minimize more stains from appearing, but will also help the cleaning process go faster by removing some of the dampness on your floor or carpet.

What is pet urine odor and how does it form

In some cases, pet urine odor can be caused by a medical condition such as diabetes. Other times, it can be because your pet is not getting enough water and they didn’t urinate in the litter box. Sometimes it could also be because of too many cats or dogs in a small area and they don’t get to go often enough.

Pet urine has a strong ammonia smell which is caused when bacteria feed on the urea in the urine. Urine is mainly composed of urea and water, but contains other substances such as creatinine, salts, sugar or glucose, amino acids and proteins that give off odors. Ammonia comes from the uric acid in the urine and gives off a distinctive smell like that of ammonia.

 If the ammonia smell is not cleaned up, it will cause even more bacteria to grow and can lead to a lot of damage.

The best way to remove pet odors from your home

The best way to remove pet odors from your home is by employing professionally trained carpet cleaning experts who specialize in pet urine odor removal. They have the knowledge and the tools to completely rid your home of pet odors, no matter how many pets you have or how long ago they made their home there.

 If you are trying to save money by doing it yourself, chances are you will just end up wasting money on products that don’t work. Instead, spend a little more to get the job done right and to ensure that pet odors are gone for good.

If you are able to identify the pet accident quickly, it is important to blot the spot in order to extract as much of the urine as possible. By preventing the urine from soaking into the backing of the carpet and the carpet padding, you will be eliminating the ability for bacteria to grow and therefore stopping the urine odors from becoming a nuisance in your home.

 For the best results, a professional extraction carpet cleaning process should be used. This involves a heavy-duty truck mounted machine to extract excess moisture and a special pet odor removal product that kills bacteria. A professional will also know how to find the best cleaning products for your carpet or upholstery type. If this is not done, the urine odors could simply get worse since you haven’t treated them at the source.

By extracting the urine from deep in the carpet padding or on the wood flooring, you will not only be stopping a potential bacteria problem from forming, but also preventing stains.

 If left untreated, pet odors can actually cause permanent damage to your home’s floors and carpets if not cleaned up properly. You will want to call a professional carpet cleaning service that has experience in dealing with these.

How to get rid of dog pee or cat urine from carpet or wood floors (get the smell out)

1. Identify the area of where you believe your pet urinated.

2. Blot up as much of the urine as possible using a damp towel or rag. Wipe it in a straight direction from where the wetness is seen to where it stops being visible, making sure not to spread the urine around the floor. Do this as many times as necessary until the urine is no longer visible and all that is left is a wet spot.

3. There are pet urine odor removal products sold by many retail outlets. These can be effective at masking the odor, but they do not extract the urine or the subsequent bacteria from below the surface of your carpets. Many of these products can leave behind dirt attracting residue, which in time will lead to reoccuring spots where they have been applied to your carpet.

4. If you are able to catch the pet urine quickly and blot the fluid before it is able to soak in, you can avoid the need for extracting below the surface of the carpet.


I hope you were able to read this article and learned how important it is to treat the problem at the source. This will save you money in the long run, as well as bring you peace of mind from knowing that your home’s floors and carpeting are clean. If you find you are unable to rid your flooring of the urine odor, a quick call to your local professional is advised.

     *This blog post is written for informational purposes only. It is not meant to replace or act as a substitute for any professional advice. We are not liable for any outcomes as a result of the information provided in this blog. Please seek professional advice from a qualified service provider when dealing with animal or human urine odors.

Pet Urine Odor Removal
Service Type
Pet Urine Odor Removal Service
Provider Name
Superior Home Carpet Cleaning,
Oceanside Blvd,Oceanside,San Diego-92054,
Telephone No.(760)274-0902
There are many reasons why people have pets, but what happens when you're faced with pet urine odor? Pet odors can be hard to remove, but fortunately there is an easy solution.
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