When you walk into a house with cats that spray, you can tell immediately. The odor can be so overwhelming it can be hard to breathe. Realtors will tell you that cat urine odor can be a deal breaker for a homebuyer on an otherwise perfect house. So how do you battle the odor of cat spray in your own home? Here’s some info you need now.
Cats spray to mark their territory. Young cats have accidents in the house before they’re litter trained. And senior or ailing cats may have conditions that prevent them from making it to the litter box in time. No matter how much we love our pets, let’s face it, cat urine is gross. Nothing is smellier.
There are a lot of products on the market that claim to get rid of pet urine odor, and there are a lot of homemade remedies out there, too. You can take the time to try some of these and see if they work for you. Unfortunately, most of the time, DIY cat urine odor removal is ineffective. It’s hard to get deep down into the carpet, padding, and underfloor to thoroughly eliminate the urine and the smell.
Professional carpet cleaners are the best choice when it comes to pet urine. With special treatments, products, and cleaning methods, they have the knowledge, experience, and the tools to really address the problem.
There’s no reason to just live with the cat spray odor in your home, and there’s no reason to get rid of the pets you love because of it, either. Contact the experts at Whitehall Carpet Cleaners today for an evaluation of your cat spray odor problem, and a free estimate for tackling it. Click here to schedule an appointment.