We at Housekeepers start out by talking with you about what you’re looking for, be it pet stain/odor removal, or normal cleaning. We employ a three step process. We will tell you if we will have to move your furniture which is very common. We then measure your areas to be cleaned. Then we select a pre-spray that is designed specifically for your carpet type, apply and let it sit for 10 or so minutes. A soft bristle carpet brush is utilized to effectively shampoo the entire area. This helps to work the cleaning solution completely through the carpet fibers, lifts the carpet pile and helps to release the stubborn grip that soils have on your carpet. This step is followed by hot water extraction (steam).
You may not notice what exactly is happening in front of you, but we are pre-spraying a high PH detergent on to your carpet and then cleaning with a lower PH rinse agent that effectively removes all detergents and dirt leaving your carpet clean and at a neutral PH. This is a must as the old saying of opposites attract is true in carpet cleaning as well. Soil is acidic and detergent is an alkaline, so if a carpet cleaner doesn’t pre-spray and then rinse he is now leaving detergent in your carpet to attract dirt.
Our carpet cleaners will also ask if you would like a carpet protector. Carpet protector is a must if you have small children, pets or allergies. If you spill the proverbial Kool-Aid, you will be able to wipe it up usually without a stain, but more importantly it enables your vacuum cleaner to work more efficiently. The protector coats and lubricates your carpet fibers so dirt doesn’t stick to them, thus your vacuum does a much better job removing dirt and allergens in your home. Another benefit of this is that you won’t need to have your carpet professionally cleaned as often.
We will always stand behind our work with a 100% satisfaction guarantee.
Removing pet urine stains may appear simple, but if you have carpeting or even hardwood floors, the fluid seeps in deep quickly. Dabbing the spot or using a shop vac will only remove a small portion of the problem. Professional pet stain cleaning is a process that reaches deep into the floor to get everything out.
Think about how a sponge (or a paper towel) absorbs water. It starts collecting water in one spot, then spreads and seeps throughout. That’s what happens when your pet has an accident on the floor. The urine seeps down to the base of the floor and into the cracks and seams. Simple dabbing will only remove the stain on the surface.
Whether you are in need of cat or dog stain removal, whether it’s because you’re moving out and want to leave a clean, stain-free apartment behind or you’re just realizing that there are too many stains throughout your home, at some point you notice the problem.
A side effect of improperly treated or ignored pet accidents that develops over time is pet odor. This is one of the most common reasons why people seek out stain control, because they actually require pet odor control.
Spots are one thing. We can generally deal with those. Yet even one stain from your pet can actually create a strong odor that is hard to ignore. Especially in the summer months when the sun heats up your home and you have the windows closed with the air conditioning pumping; that’s when you notice it most. That’s when you realize that you need the best pet odor control you can find.
Every pet owner eventually needs a thorough cleaning service or company. Accidents happen, even to the most well trained animals. Housekeepers has a proven track record of success in pet stain removal and is ready to show you how wonderful it can be to live pet stain free.
Be it the smell of urine from your pets to a mildew ridden basement, we can fix it utilizing either enzyme applications or our Ozone Generator. Call and we can discuss the solution and costs to resolve your problem.
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