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FAQ 9 My Dog has had an accident on the carpet. Will this stain come out?

Hey there, fellow dog lovers!

We all know that accidents happen, especially when it comes to our four-legged friends. One of the most common mishaps is when our pups accidentally pee on our carpets. This can result in a permanent stain if not addressed quickly, as well as a lingering odour that can be hard to remove. But don't worry, we've got you covered with some tips and tricks to help you tackle this situation like a pro.

First and foremost, it is crucial to act quickly before the urine seeps deep into the carpet fibers and dries up. Use an absorbent cloth or paper towel to blot up as much of the urine as you can. Avoid rubbing or scrubbing the area, as this can damage the carpet and spread the stain further.

Ensure that you dilute, dab and don't rub otherwise you can potentially make the stain worse. Next, apply a pet-specific enzymatic cleaner to the affected area. These cleaners contain natural enzymes that break down the urine proteins and neutralize odours. Be sure to read the label carefully and follow the instructions for use.

If the stain and odour persist even after using a cleaner, it may be time for a steam clean extraction. A professional steam cleaning service like Bellamy's Carpet Cleaning and Pest Control will use a steam cleaning process using hot water and suction to deeply clean the carpet fibers and remove any remaining dirt, odour, or stain.

Keep in mind that some types of carpets may be more prone to staining than others. For example, thick carpets with deep piles may be harder to clean, whereas low-pile carpets made of synthetic materials are usually more stain-resistant. Consider the type of carpet you have when choosing a cleaning method or purchasing a new carpet.

Remember, accidents happen, and it's essential to take a proactive approach to keep your carpets clean and odor-free. Use pet-specific cleaning products, act quickly, and consider professional cleaning services if necessary. With these tips, you'll be able to tackle any pet stain and odour like a pro.

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