If you have dried pet urine in your carpet there are no real consumer urine odor removers that are designed to tackle crystalized urine. Once urine dries out it crystalizes and turns into urine salts. These salts absorb moisture and release ammonia into your home, polluting the air.
Some enzyme cleaners can lesson the problem but there are no products that are designed to break down urine salts so the odor remains. What can you do to get rid of dried urine odors in your home? Your best bet is to call in a professional carpet cleaner that specializes in urine odor removal. In Tampa FL you can call Chem-Dry of Tampa. We have a urine odor remover called P.U.R.T. or Pet Urine Removal Treatment. It removes 99.9% of urine odor and 99.2% of bacteria associated with the urine so you can breathe easier again.
Urine damages carpet. Carpet manufacturers don't warranty urine stains because it's considered damaged by an outside source. The good news is that if you clean a fresh urine deposit in your carpet you can remove about 95% with just water and a bunch of towels, but once it's dried its a whole new ball game. If urine is left to sit for a long period of time it will seep downward into the carpet backing, the carpet pad, and even the sub floor. Then it dries and becomes impossible to remove.
Chem-Dry of Tampa FL uses urine odor remover, PURT, to neutralize the odors and eliminate the stains. There is no nee to be concerned. WE can make your home healthy again.