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Pet Stain Removal San Diego
Let's face it, San Diegans love their furry little friends. For example, San Diego is #8 in the top 10 cities for cats. And, most cat owners also have dogs. But, with the joys of pet ownership also comes the reality of pet accidents. No matter how well trained your pet it, pet accidents are bound to happen. While pet accidents are bound to happen, The Global Carpet is there anytime you need to have pet urine stains, pet feces stains, pet vomit stains and pet territory marking stains cleaned up. We are specialists at removing pet accident and pet territory marking stains and completely neutralizing the odors they cause to help discourage your pet from going back to the same spot.
If left unattended, pet urine can weaken the layers of the carpet, allowing separation or delamination of the backing material and seam areas can become damaged and separate. Call The Global Carpet & Air Duct Cleaning at (619) 366-6218. We'll take care of the pet urine stains, pet feces stains and/or vomit pet stains. We'll also remove pet territory marking stains on your carpet, walls and upholstery and neutralize the odors associated with territory marking. Territory marking includes spraying on vertical surfaces like your walls and furniture and urinating on horizontal surfaces like your floors. No matter the cause of your pet stain problem, all you need to do is call The Global Carpet & Air Duct Cleaning (619) 366-6218. San Diego pet stain removal services The Global Carpet & Air Duct Cleaning provides include:
There are ways you can greatly reduce the incidences of pet accidents in your San Diego home or San Diego place of business. Spaying and neutering your pets, particularly before they are old enough to start marking, will cut down on urine and feces territory marking by about 60%. Keeping your home as stress-free as possible for your pet will further reduce their instinct for marking. Stress is one of the major cause for both intact and neutered pets to mark territories. It's their way of relieving anxieties by letting the source of the stress know to "stay away"--marking is your pet's "no tresspassing" sign. To help discourage pets from going back to where they previously urinated or deficated, make the spot inaccessible or unattractive. Clean the spot thoroughly with a mixture of uncolored, vegetable oil based liquid soap and warm water. Mixing in some vinegar will help neutralize the odor. After you clean the spot and blot it dry, sprinkle down liberal amounts of baking soda to further neutralize the odor. Let it sit for a few hours then vacuum it up. For urine marking problems, use biological odor neutralizers, including Anti-Icky Poo® (AIP), Nil-Odor®, Odornil®, OdorBan®and Nature's Miracle® A few drops of peppermint oil, citrus oil or rosemary oil help make an area unattractive to animals because their sense of smell is much more sensitive than ours, making these smells that we find pleasing very unappealing to them.