Pet owners know that pet messes can be frustrating, especially if they’re on Berber carpeting. For many, pet urine is the worst of all messes because seeps into the tightly-woven fibers of carpets and rugs, making it difficult to clean.
The good news is that you don't have to live with a smelly urine stain on your Berber carpets anymore! Unique Pet Care's Advanced Dog and Advanced Cat stain and odor removers are made using a proprietary blend of powerful probiotics, enzymes, and surfactants that prove it's not necessary to use harsh chemicals or caustics to keep your carpets fresh and clean.
Berber carpet is a type of loop-pile carpet. It is made of twisted heat-set yarns and can be found in both residential and commercial settings. The budget-friendly, highly durable carpet, available in a variety of colors and texture patterns, makes it a popular choice for homes with pets.
Berber carpeting is commonly used in high-traffic areas because the tight-weave loops are durable and resistant to stains and spills—as long as they're cleaned up quickly. But, anyone tasked with cleaning Berber carpet has discovered, once a stain or spill, especially pet urine, has seeped into the carpet fibers, it can be difficult to clean.
The same tight weave patterns that make fabrics, upholsteries, and flooring durable and long-lasting make them notoriously difficult to clean. Surfaces like Berber carpet, microfiber, twill, and duck cloth are great for pet parents that need furniture and flooring that can hold up to high traffic, puppy paws, and kitty claws. However, when pet stains and odors aren't cleaned up immediately, they can be a big source of stress for pet parents.
The tightly woven loops are well-known to trap moisture — a big problem for parents of puppies, kittens, or other pets still learning the appropriate places to potty. Besides moisture, which can cause mold and mildew, pet urine contains pheromones. Pheromones are chemicals released in pet urine that prompt them to return to that spot to urinate again. And, pet urine contains ammonia and other compounds with harsh, offensive odors, and can cause carpeting to yellow over time.
Bio-enzymatic cleaners like those from Unique Pet Care contain natural bacteria that break down and biodegrade organic matter — including pet urine. Bacteria work by attacking the source of the stain and odor instead of just masking it with a fragrance. During this process, bacteria create enzymes that breakdown stain and odor molecules into smaller, more easily digestible parts.
If you're battling dog urine or housebreaking a puppy, rely on Advanced Dog Odor + Stain to quickly and easily tackle tinkle and take the pain out of potty training. If you've got cats or kittens, use Advanced Cat Odor + Stain to quickly and effectively eliminate even the toughest cat pee stains and odors and discourage re-marking.
To use, simply apply the enzyme cleaner to the affected area of your Berber carpet. Use the bottom of the bottle to gently agitate the area, pushing the cleaner down into the carpet fibers. Cover the area with a warm, damp, white cloth and allow it to remain covered for several hours or overnight. Then, remove the cloth and allow it to dry.
The bacteria and enzymes do all the work. That means, no scrubbing or vacuuming is required. Just spray, cover, and walk away. Unique Pet Care's Advanced Dog and Advanced Cat odor and stain removers leave behind no residue, no fragrances, and no traces of stains and odors.
Both the Advanced Dog and the Advanced Cat will also remove stains and odors from other surfaces, including mattresses and bedding, crates and kennels, litter boxes and cat towers, and much, much more. And, in addition to urine and feces, it'll remove stains from food, blood, drool, and other organic messes.
Berber carpets can be difficult to clean, but Unique Pet Care's bacteria and enzyme cleaners make it easy. Discover clean, odor-free carpets The Unique Way!
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