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The Only Real Way To Get Rid of Pet Urine….because, the Urine is in your Carpet Pad…Under Your Carpet!
#1 You Cant See All Of The Urine With The Naked Eye
You Can’t see all of the urine in your carpet with the naked eye. This is because Pet Urine Spots, on average is 4-5 times larger than they appear visibly on the carpet. Because pets stand a go in the same spot, similar to you pouring a glass of water on your carpet, that liquid would go straight down and then out eventually in a circular fashion due to gravity. Carpet has a primary and secondary pourous backing. The backing allows the Urine to pass through the backing and into the underlayment or pad. Eventually, a good amount of urine will actually pass through the pad to the substrate, usually either concrete, or wood if upstairs.
#2 So, Just Cleaning The Surface Doesn’t Work
As soon as the pet urinates on the carpet, the warm acidic liquid immediately becomes a breeding ground for bacteria.
The acidic urine begins to alkalize on the carpet fibers after a period of time. The by product of this is color loss. It goes after the blue in carpeting and that is why you often have orange spots. This color change is often permanent. It is important to catch this as early as possible.
The urine spreads and gravitates down into the pad and sub-floor. It is important to determine where it has spread.
Once the urine begins to dry, the moisture evaporates and microscopic salts and crystals are formed and remain in your carpet, pad and floor.
The crystals and salts react to the humidity in the air. Any humidity level changes cause the crystals and salts to give off a heavier urine smell. This often occurs in the summer when it is humid.
Urine smells can last for years in carpet. In order to eliminate the odor, the crystal and salt deposits must be permanently deactivated as well as the killing of both the Aerobic & Anaerobic bacteria. These bacteria give off the foul odor as well.
Determining the total amount of urine in the carpet pad & removing the pad & killing off any remaining bacteria in the carpet & substrate is critical in order to ensure the Pet Urine eradication procedure is complete.