Dog Urine or Cat Urine i.e. pet urine on carpets end up causing permanent damage if it is not attended to. They are time-sensitive stains, the longer the urine is left, the deeper it seeps into the carpet or upholstery fibres. The moist environment provides the perfect breeding space for bacteria and pathogens causing both hygiene and health concerns.
Dried urine stains are harder to remove as they become more alkaline in nature and their PH value increases. Uric salt crystals that are left behind, tend to become more pungent as time passes.
Quick action must be undertaken especially in the case of pets, as cats and dogs are territorial by nature. They tend to urinate in the same spot over and over again if odour is not completely removed.