A pet can bring great joy to a homeowner as can owning carpet as the flooring in your home. But sometimes pets and carpet do not mix in the instances of pets having accidents on your carpet. Combine this with the everyday wear and tear of foot traffic on carpet and you have what initially seems like complete disaster.
What can be done to solve this problem?
The good news is the technicians at Premium Carpet Care are trained in various methods of spot removal and professional cleaning well suited for attempting to resolve issues like traffic lanes with pet urine in them.First they will utilize a heavy-duty commercial vacuum to remove all the dry soil present in the carpet. Then they will apply an all natural enzyme that will work to eat away at the urine present in the carpet. To aid in the breakup and removal of built up soil and grease in the traffic lane, an alkaline spotter is sprayed into the carpet and then agitated into the carpet with a carpet groomer.
Next an all natural neutral PH pre spray is sprayed into the carpet to help complete the emulsification of stains in the carpet. Finally the carpet is rinsed with 300 PSI of 180 degree Farenheit water and then extracted with the vacuum suction of the wand. These photos show our techniques at work on a client’s carpet with pet urine and traffic issues.
Is every company suited to handle my cleaning needs?
Sadly the answer is no. Not every company cares enough about their clients to make sure they have trained and qualified technicians. Premium Carpet Care, however, puts our clients first and we do so by having our technicians trained by the IICRC. The Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification(IICRC) is the body that trains these technicians and this organization is considered the standard in the carpet cleaning industry for certification and training.