Odors have a way of getting in our homes by way of pets and a variety of other sources. To completely remove the odor, the source of the odor must be removed. We will apply a rinsing agent and then a deodorizer, followed by a thorough rinse to prevent any sticky residue from attracting new soil to your carpet.
The main odor we get called on to remove is pet urine. In most cases the pet urine will seep all the way down into the padding of the carpet. If this happens, in order to completely remove the odor, the source of the odor must be removed.
This is accomplished by saturating the contaminated area with a rinsing agent and using a tool called a water claw to suck the rinse agent and the urine out of the padding. This can be done without removing the carpet.
We then saturate the area with a deodorizor that changes the odor molecules into non odorous molecules. At this point we extract the deodorizor from the padding using the water claw and rinse the area thoroughly to prevent any sticky residue from attracting new soil to the surface of the carpet.
There are some situation that only require that the top of the carpet be treated for odor such as wet dog smell or odors that are in the home from various sources.