As always the carpets look great and the sneezing is much better, thanks again Steve.
If your DIY attempts at pet stain and odor removal are driving you crazy, contact ACME Clean Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning for a solution that works.
Ever wondered why it’s so hard to eliminate pet urine from carpets, upholstery and rugs? The mess your pet leaves behind is a mix of bacteria, creatinine, electrolytes, urea, proteins, sodium and uric acid. Once in your carpet, the bacteria combine with the uric acid and literally bonds to your carpet.
If you’re dousing with stain cleaner, blotting for hours, and still can’t get the carpets clean, call the pros. We’ve helped thousands of pet owners with pet stain and odor removal!
Your dog’s nose knows where to go to the bathroom. While it’s not in their nature to pee in their own den – aka your home – it is in their nature to relieve themselves wherever they smell their own urine. Even your well-trained pooch can become carpet destroyer after just one accident.
There’s simply no way to change this habit which can be incredibly frustrating for you.
Bottom line, the best and only way to stop a pet from repeatedly creating pet stains and odors all over your home, including carpets, upholstery and rugs, is to properly get rid of the scent of their urine.
Some people get after pet stains with vinegar and baking soda, others use an ammonia-based cleaner. Unfortunately, dogs can still find the spot they marked even after a thorough cleaning. What you really need is an enzyme-based cleaner – it’s the only way to get the urine scent out once and for all.
And that’s just what ACME Clean in Denver uses. Enzymes have proven effective time and again. Just ask one of our customers, and they’ll tell you how satisfied they are with the results!