Carpet pet urine remover

Pet Urine on Your Carpet: Stain & Odour Remover

Keep calm - your carpet is not ruined.

If your pet has had a little accident on your favourite rug or throughout the carpet in your house, you don't have to live with the lingering smell of urine for ever: urineFREE can help to get you rid of it permanently.

Conventional cleaners and water will not break down the non-soluble uric acid crystals and they will remain. Only a bio-enzymatic formulation like the one found in urineFREE will remove uric acid crystals for good. urineFREE’s bio-enzymatic action is designed to “eat” these crystals along with the water soluble components of urine.


Getting the best results

If you have used another chemical or detergent based product to try to remove the urine before urineFREE, these chemicals may have removed the soluble urea and urochrome components of urine but have no impact on the non-soluble uric acid crystals. These detergents also coat or encapsulate the uric acid crystals making it difficult for urineFREE to penetrate. It is recommended that all other chemical and detergent based products are removed to maximise the effectiveness and results with urineFREE.


Burn marks on carpets

Old urine stains will have greater exposure to the urine and the acidity of the uric acid crystals. In some carpets & rugs, especially wool blends, this can cause irreversible burn marks that have actually discoloured the carpet/rug. urineFREE will remove the urine stain and smell but not the burn marks. This is why we encourage removing urine as soon as possible for all surfaces, only using a bio-enzymatic product such as urineFREE to remove the urine for good.


How to remove urine from carpets.

If the stains are concentrated, take a bowl of water, a clean cloth
and sponge out as much of these products as possible.
If the stains are widely spread you may need to use a wet/dry vacuum to extract these products.
Once the carpet is dry, apply urineFREE to the affected areas as directed.

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