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  • Pet Odor Control Sioux Falls

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    Pet Odor Control A-1 Carpet Service Sioux Falls, SD

    Pet accidents or repeated bad behavior can be devastating, costly and embarrassing.  

    We Got This!

    Before

    Stage II Before

    Yes Those spots are what you think they are.

    After

    Stage II After A-1 Carpet Service Sioux Falls, SD

    Even I was amazed at the results.  High quality carpet pays for itself in situations like this.

    Stage I

    Stage I Pet problem A-1 Carpet Service Sioux Falls, SD

     *Urine has not penetrated to the backing of the carpet.

    *Usually a smaller cat or dog,

    *Not a repeated regular urination area.

    *Deep Surface Cleaning and Odor Treatment required. 

    Stage II

    Stage II Pet problem A-1 Carpet Service Sioux Falls, SD

     *Urine Has Penetrated to the backing of the Carpet.

    *Large Dog or repeat event for smaller dog or cat.

    *Repeated urination area.

    *Most Common.

    *Deep Surface Cleaning and Odor Treatment with Injections to backing.

    Stage III

    Stage III Pet problem A-1 Carpet Service Sioux Falls, SD

     *Urine Has Penetrated to The Sub Floor

    *Regardless of size of Dog or cat, this is a regular urination area.

    *Carpet Must be pulled up, 

    *Affected area of pad pulled. 

    *Sub floor cleaned, treated and sealed. 

    *New Pad Installed.

    *Carpet Backing Cleaned and Treated.

    *Reinstall Carpet and Deep Clean and Treat Surface area. 

    Pet Odor and Pet Stain Removal Sioux Falls, SD

    Additional Information

    Have you tried the miracle pet stain/odor removal products at the pet store? I guess if they worked you wouldn't be reading this. 


    I don't carry a single box of baking soda in my truck,and I think if you really think about it you wouldn't be pouring sodium bicarbonate on your carpet either, knowing the end result is urine flavored baking soda in the form of plaster of paris type consistancy.


    The internet "experts" all love to chime in on how to's, but they got this one wrong! 


    To help establish the seriousness and approach to solving the problem we have established 3 Stages of pet odor control. 


    See The Three Images above



    Stage I 

    *Urine has not penetrated to the backing of the carpet.


    *Usually a smaller cat or dog,


    *Not a repeated regular urination area.


    *Deep Surface Cleaning and Odor Treatment required. 



    Stage II

    *Urine Has Penetrated to the backing of the Carpet.


    *Large Dog or repeat event for smaller dog or cat.


    *Repeated urination area.


    *Most Common.


    *Deep Surface Cleaning and Odor Treatment with Injections to backing. 



    Stage III

    *Urine Has Penetrated to The Sub Floor


    *Regardless of size of Dog or cat, this is a regular urination area.


    *Carpet Must be pulled up, 


    *Affected area of pad pulled. 


    *Sub floor cleaned, treated and sealed. 


    *New Pad Installed.


    *Carpet Backing Cleaned and Treated.


    *Reinstall Carpet and Deep Clean and Treat Surface area. 



    Three Parts to the Puzzle 


    Odor is More than Just "Smell" 


    There are THREE DISTINCT COMPONENTS that make up biological odor: 


    A biological excretion or decomposition; such as urine, feces, vomit, sweat, skunk spray, meat, fish, cigarette smoke, etc. 



    Odor causing bacteria; feeding on the biological excretion, bacteria rapidly multiply and produce a great deal of Gases aka: odor molecules. 



    Odor molecules ; Are carried by biological excretions and are rapidly produced by odor causing bacteria feeding on the biological excretion. 



    All three odor components must be eliminated by an odor elimination product to permanently eliminate a biological odor. If these three components are not eliminated, the odor will naturally return. 



    In most situations odor cannot be permanently eliminated from the carpet surface alone, the backing and pad must be treated. 


    An odor eliminator must come in contact with the biological excretion. This cannot be done from a distance; even if the distance is very small. It is just physically and chemically impossible . 


    This is why room sprays and aerosols, or odor absorbers do not permanently eliminate odor. These types of products are not designed to be applied to carpet backing and padding. 


    How many so called "odor elimination" products have you already tried where the odor returns? Here's reality: If the odor eliminator product doesn't eliminate all three odor components or doesn't come in direct contact with the biological excretion, the odor will naturally return. When the odor returns, so does your pet, and the cycle repeats. 



    Our process of carpet odor removal starts with an inspection of the affected area. After that it's simple chemistry, The PH of the urine must be neutralized and flushed from the carpet. Carpet or upholstery padding can not be effectively flushed without damage to the padding.<--(That's a Period) 


    The absolute only way to guarantee a Stage II or Stage III odor will not return is to pull up the carpet and clean and treat the back of the carpet, remove and replace the padding and clean and seal the floor. We have done this hundreds of times over they years and have never had a complaint! AND at a fraction of the cost of new carpet!


    Rarely does a surface cleaning alone remove enough of the odor to ensure the problem will not return. 


    The Key is to neutralize odors permanently so that your pet doesn't return to the same spot and have the "urge" to mark the spot again. 




    Steps you can take: 


    Try to take care of accidents as soon as possible. For fresh stains we recommend blotting the area with a 50/50 mixture of fresh water and white vinegar, then apply Odor Control Product, available at the Featured Products link below. Whatever you do do not mix several chemicals, this makes it worse. 


    Repeat until odor is eliminated. 




    The "problem" with pet odor is urine never dries. This provides a food source for the bacteria to feed on... Which in turn causes the odor you smell. Complete removal of the urine or other contaminant is essential for success. 


    Let us take the hassle out of the carpet for you!



    The answers you seek are really quite simple chemistry, start with the video at the bottom of this page about pet odor removal. You will thank me later! 


    For older spots and problem odors review the information on this page and give me a call to discuss what can be done to solve your problem! 

    Stage II Most Common Pet Urine damage

    Stage II Most Common Pet Urine damage

    That's going to leave A smell

    Check out this great video

    What you can do about pet spots

    Pardon the bad acting.