PET URINE ODOR REMOVAL

Pet stain and odor removal in Anoka and Hennepin County, MN

Get Rid of Pet Stains and Smells For Good

While we want to think our pets are perfect, they often make messes that are tricky to clean up!  Accidents happen, even for the best-trained pets. Unfortunately, when these accidents involve urine, your carpets and rugs are at risk. Urine can seep deep below the carpets and can ruin the pad and floor underneath if it is not taken care of promptly and properly. Purchasing new carpet and padding can be expensive and a hassle!

Thanks to CJ’s Chem-Dry’s revolutionary P.U.R.T.® (Pet Urine Removal Treatment) Service, most carpets or area rugs damaged with pet urine can be saved! P.U.R.T.® is designed specifically to eliminate both pet urine odors and stains at the source. If you’ve tried store-bought or DIY cleaners and pet smells and/or stains are still there, give CJ’s Chem-Dry a call!

I needed my carpeted stairs, and landings cleaned, with attention given to some pet urine issues. I called, and Jim was kind enough to add me as an end of day job. I don’t remember the carpet looking this good, ever! It was a big job, and a job very well done! I will recommend them to anyone who wants more than their moneys worth. Thank you!!!!!

Michelle T.

What You Need to Know About Urine in Carpet

When pets urinate on carpet, it doesn’t just stay on the top of the fibers. Urine sinks lower and lower into your carpet until it reaches the backing of the carpet and the flooring beneath the carpet. As pet urine dries, the liquid evaporates, but the urine crystals become even more concentrated and pungent.

If your pet tends to frequently have accidents in the same spot, this location may have serious urine damage— not to mention the stinky smell! Simple scrubbing does not remove these smells or stains, but CJ’s Chem-Dry P.U.R.T can!

pet urine removal treatment resultsOur P.U.R.T.® Cleaning Process

Chem-Dry developed P.U.R.T.® to handle stubborn pet urine stains and smells. When P.U.R.T.® contacts the source of the odor, it immediately begins a chemical reaction that destroys the urine odor. Here is how the process works:
  1. We first determine the source and severity of the odor.
  2. Next, we use a hot water rinse and extraction to remove the bulk of the urine crystals.
  3. Next, we apply P.U.R.T.® heavily, allowing it to flow through and saturate the carpet, backing, and subfloor. It is necessary to apply this product heavily enough to dampen all areas affected by the urine; this process retracts our basic service dry time claim in the areas treated.
  4. Over the next 24 to 36 hours, the ingredients in P.U.R.T.® will react with the urine and break down the odor-causing components leaving no dirt-attracting residue and a neutral pH when dry.

*Please note: In worst cases, we may recommend that you remove the carpet pad, apply odor-blocking shellac to the sub-floor, install a new pad, and retack the carpet. We will then return to treat the carpet for proper restoration. *

black lab on white carpet

Call CJ’s Chem-Dry ASAP for Treating Pet Accidents 

Pet urine stains and odors in carpets can cause many issues in your home. If you have pets, chances are that you’ve experienced those issues and want to get rid of them right away. CJ’s Chem-Dry specializes in pet urine odor removal in Anoka County and Hennepin County, MN, and we are committed to eliminating stubborn pet stains and smells. Don’t wait to contact us to get pet stains and smells removed right! 

*This service requires on onsite evaluation to determine the extent of the damage. We offer an onsite Professional Evaluation for $50 plus tax. If you hire us within 30 days, we credit that full amount to your Cleaning Service with Pet Urine Removal. Additional charges may apply for services based on your unique situation and the amount of time and cleaning solution that is required to remove the pet odors. Please understand that this process may take up to 48-hours to fully dry, although not necessary, you may place a fan on the treated area after 24 hours,  and in some cases you may want to ventilate your home slightly so that the odor is lessened for residents during the drying process.

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