Our Tampa FL customers often ask us about pet urine smells in their carpet. They tell us they have removed the stain but they can still smell the urine. This video is a good example of why pet urine stains may look clean but still smell. Pet urine goes well below the original stain site. It passes through the carpet and the pad until it hits the sub floor. Then it spreads out in all directions without coming back to the surface. Leaving and invisible spot of dried urine that is several times larger than the original stain. Even though the pet stain might be small on the surface the underlying stain can be 12 to 15 times larger in the carpet pad and the flooring underneath.
Cleaning the top layer of carpeting is does not remove the stain in the carpet pad and the sub flooring. Chem-Dry of Tampa FL uses a specialized Pet ?Urine Removal Treatment (P.U.R.T) that is designed to remove pet urine smells from all three layers of flooring to ensure that you don't have to smell the invisible pet urine under your carpet.