In order to guarantee the removal of odor from a pet urinated carpet there are factors to be understood. The method of treatment and chemicals to be used will depend on the severity of the situation.
We have three situations:
1) Light contamination:
When the pet has urinated on the carpet only once or for the first time. Urine will not have penetrated heavily into the carpet pad and sub floor structure.
2) Moderate Contamination:
When the pet has urinated on the carpet several times.
3) Heavy Contamination:
When the pet has repeatedly used the same spot. The carpet backing, pad and floor have been saturated by urine. The process we use under this circumstance involves pulling up the carpet in the affected area, treating the backing and pile of the carpet and replacing it with a new pad. (This process requires several visits)