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Whether you currently have a dog or are planning on adding one during the holiday, you are in for a treat. These animals are fantastic at giving unconditional love, and they are a great addition to the family. If you are getting a puppy, you are probably aware that you will have to potty train. Dog urine is tough on carpets, and it can ruin your flooring very quickly. If you concerns need pet stains and odors removed from your carpet, give ProGreen Carpet a call. Our professional carpet cleaners in Durham can have your carpets and rugs fresh in no time.
In the mean time, adhere to the following suggestions in order to best avoid pet stains and odors:
Clean Up Messes as Soon as Possible
Keeping an eye on your new family member will ensure that you catch them right before or right after they go on the carpet. Getting this cleaned up as soon as possible is in your best interest. For wet spots, make sure to blot the wetness, don’t rub. Use paper towels or clean towels to accomplish this task.
If you are dealing with a solid pile, make sure to pick up the chunks with a paper towel, and then you’ll want to use a special carpet spot cleaner for the stain. Talk to a Burlington carpet cleaner to see what product they recommend to take care of this task. You should be able to use the spot cleaner on the wet area, as well.
You might also ask whether the professional has an odor remover that can be used on your flooring. This will get rid of the odor you can smell, as well as what is trapped in your carpet. If the dog can smell where he has gone before, he may think it’s all right to go in the same spot again.
Be Sure to have the Professional Burlington Carpet Cleaner Add a Stain Repellant to your Carpet
One of the best ways to deal with puppy stains is to add a stain repellant like Scotchgard 3M to your carpet. 3m Triple Protection Formula- repels spills, blocks stains and resists soiling.
It won’t stop them from going where they aren’t supposed to, but it can make clean up easier. Instead of the wetness immediately soaking into the fibers, they will pool on top. It’s still advised that you clean up the mess as soon as possible. The stain repellant will help, but the liquid will eventually soak into the carpet.
Never Forget Accidents will likely Happen during the Puppy Potty Training Process so be Sure to Put Down a Puppy Pad or Two
Constantly keeping an eye on your new dog can be challenging. Even turning away for a second gives them a moment to go on the carpet. To prevent stains, you might consider putting down some puppy pads. These can be found in a variety of retail stores and online.
Puppy pads have an absorbent top and plastic protector on the bottom. They are a better choice than newspapers because the wetness can cause the ink from the paper to run and stain your carpeting. Puppy pads will also reduce the odor that gets into your fibers and encourages the dog to keep going in the same place.
In addition to putting down puppy pads, you might also consider kennel training your dog or confining them to a smaller area at night or when you are gone. This will reduce the places they can roam, which means fewer places you’ll have to clean. It will also keep them safer when you aren’t around to keep an eye on them.
Get your Carpets Cleaned Regularly by a Professional Burlington Carpet Cleaner
When it comes to dealing with pet stains and odors in your carpet, calling in the professionals to help is in your best interest. They have the equipment, skills and products to remove stains and get rid of odors. This is exactly what you need to ensure that your carpet looks good, as well as extend the life of your flooring.
Carpeting isn’t cheap, so you probably won’t be in a position to replace it after getting a new dog. When you have professionals come in, you won’t have to worry about that. They’ll do what they can to make your carpets look like new and last for as long as possible.
Make an Appointment Today with ProGreen Carpet Cleaning, Stretching, & Repair.
Adding a puppy to your home can be thrilling and create years of laughter and memories. For many, dogs quickly become beloved members of the family. While they are adorable and loving, they can also wreak havoc on your carpeting. To reduce the chances of stains and odors, work with a Burlington carpet cleaner to keep your carpets clean.
Contact ProGreen Carpet at (919) 332-3039
We have the expertise to help with any stains or odors that your puppy might create. As well as offer advice about which products are best to clean your flooring in between professional cleans. In addition to Durham, we also offer carpet cleaning in Raleigh and the surrounding areas. To schedule service, give us a call at 919-332-3039 or fill out our contact form to get started!