Wednesday, March 30, 2016

How to Get Cat Pee Smell Out of Carpet Pad

How to Get Cat Pee Smell Out of Carpet Pad

Cat urine is ver corrosive and not tended to quickly can really do damage to your flooring and your belongings. Beyond the damage that the cat urine does to your carpeting, you will also have to consider the cat urine that penetrated the carpet and works its way into the padding. It was once a chore to get cat pee smell out of carpet pad but now with the OdorKlenz subfloor treatment you can apply the patented OdorKlenz odor neutralizing technology and inject it right into your subfloor.

There are many products that can be used for odor elimination, but the degree to which they work can vary significantly. The products which are most effective are those that neutralize the chemicals causing the odor. Some of the most difficult odors to address are in hard-to-clean places, such as carpet padding and subfloor.

OdorKlenz Subfloor Treatment Kit is designed to be used after normal carpet surface cleaning and spot treatments as an added level of odor elimination to padding and subfloor. The treatment may be used for the removal of cat urine from carpet padding, dog urine on a subfloor, or pet odors that may have accumulated over time.

OdorKlenz is simply injected below the surface and allowed to remain in place. This offers long-term odor maintenance to areas that had significant contamination.

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