Remove Dog Urine Stain And Smell From The Carpet, Like A Professional

by Madeline White Innovation

Even though this might sound funny but its true, your dear little doggo has an innate habit of marking territories with his pee. We know you must all be laughing by now, but it’s not strange to them. The worst part is, if they have managed to mark their territory for once, they keep peeing on the same spot over and over again. We don’t mean to hurt your feelings as a dog parent, but inhaling such odour and most of all being exposed to pathogens which dog urine often spreads can turn hazardous for you and others who use the space. 

The problem starts as soon as the floor furnishings, such as the carpets and the rugs start absorbing the urine, not only they start smelling odd, but the entire room gets filled with dog pee smell. If you don’t want your home to turn into a smelly place, call up professionals who are specialised as dog urine smell remover in Melbourne

Now that your cute doggo can’t help but keep on peeing on the carpet or rug, we have a solution to offer. Get it cleaned, totally. So once the smell is gone, your fur child will find a new place to pee, which will essentially not be the carpet anymore. You can either hire professionals to handle the stink and soiling, or lay your hands on the job. In the following lines we will help you with tips on fresh/old urine stain cleaning. Have a look: 

Cleaning tips for fresh dog urine stains

Before everything else, we just want to suggest one thing. Be prompt. Don’t let the carpet absorb the smell. 

  • First start with finding where your doggo baby has peed. Track the smell source and don’t let the carpet absorb the urine. Be quick. 
  • Now soak up the area after you have spotted the pee. Use paper towels or old wet rags to do this. 
  • Next, douse the area by applying an enzymatic cleaner created by combining vinegar and water in equal proportions. The acidic nature of vinegar will help neutralize the bacterial residue in the dog pee. Next, it will remove the odour. We suggest vinegar because it is safe and ecofriendly. Allow the solution to settle on the fibres for at least 5 minutes. 
  • Use some baking soda. How? Well, make a combination of baking soda and vinegar which will create foam. This will further neutralize the odour in the urine. Cover the area with the mixture and apply a towel over the mixture. Let it settle for around 24 hours following which you should rinse the same with clean water and vacuum it when necessary. 
  • Freshening up is your next step. Do this by spraying an odour eliminator. 

Cleaning tips for old dog urine stains

When the dog urine starts getting old, it smells even worse. Here are a few tips for you to follow: 

  • Now here is the challenge! Since the urine has got dried up, its hard to spot a wet zone spreading the smell. For this you will need to be a sniffer yourself. When you spot it, smell and assess it. 
  • If it’s a milder urine stain, a little bit mild dishwasher soap combined with warm water will do the magic. After you pour the solution on the urine stain, blot it using a paper towel till the time you find the stain has left. 
  • If the stain and the smell is still strong, take a rag and soak it in solution of water and vinegar and then blot it over the stain. If the stain continues to remain, add some more vinegar and water solution directly on it and scrub it using a brush. Now, sprinkle some baking soda to neutralize the smell and to remove the stain. 

These are all you need to get rid of dog urine stains and smell. If you don’t want to get into the mess, just call up your nearest professional carpet urine cleaner in Melbourne and watch the problem leave without delay. 

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