Carpet Odor Removal Service in Dallas/Fort Worth
A thorough "deep rinsing" cleaning process, like the hot water extraction process we use, is a great way to remove odors from your carpet. After all, the best strategy for getting rid of an odor is to remove the source of the odor. Our carpet cleaning process is a great way to flush soil and odor causing contaminants from your carpet’s fiber. For more stubborn odors, Dalworth offers several options for treating odor in the carpet, depending on the type of odor it may be.
Post Cleaning Carpet Deodorizing Treatments
Enzymes treatments can be used to deal with organic odors. It works slowly by digesting odor causing organic materials. Enzyme treatments can be successful in dealing with very minor pet urine problems.
Anti-Microbial Treatments are used to deal with odors caused by bacteria. By killing the bacteria causing the odor, you eliminate the odor. With urine contamination it is possible to have a secondary bacterial growth which can contribute greatly to the odor problem. Most anti-microbial treatments leave a residue that continues to work against the contamination for some time. This may be a negative for those who have chemical sensitivity.
Oxidizers can be effective for all kinds of organic odors, but also odors caused by microbial organisms. Oxidizers work by transferring oxygen to the odor causing substance, which essentially burns up the odor causing molecule, thereby eliminating the odor. Oxidizers are environmentally friendly and may be preferred by those who are chemically sensitive.
Paring or Masking Agents
Some deodorizers work by masking the offending odor molecules. They don’t really change them chemically, they don’t neutralize them and they have no effect on the living organism that may be producing the odor. Pairing, or masking agents, capture the offending odor molecule and simply hide it from your nose temporarily.
Ok, that’s not really a name, but that's what we refer to when using a good scent to mask a bad scent. Foo Foo comes in many different scents; vanilla, peppermint, cherry, lemon, etc. These are the least expensive of the deodorizers. They temporarily replace an undesirable scent with a more desirable scent.
Which Deodorizing Option Works Best?
Removing the source of the odor is always the best deodorizing strategy. It’s also the solution that requires the most time and cost. So naturally, it’s the most expensive option. Which treatment for you depends on your circumstances and your budget.
Pet Odor Removal
It seems almost everyone has a pet in their home these days. Regardless of how well your pet may be trained, accidents happen. Dalworth offers several solutions for dealing with pet odors. We can guarantee complete removal of pet odor in most cases. Here’s what you should know about pet urine odor as it applies to carpet.
The problem is most likely a multilayer problem.
- The urine is in the face yarn.
- The urine has soaked through the primary backing (latex) and secondary backing (polypropylene)
- The urine is soaked through the padding underneath carpet.
- The urine has soaked into the subfloor underneath the pad.
- The urine could also be soaked into:
- Surrounding baseboards and walls
- Furniture and drapes
The longer the problem exists, the more pungent it becomes.
Longer duration combined with intense contamination will allow the odor to become absorbed into many different materials in your home. Urine can sometimes cause permanent stains that may not be removed.
- Lamp Shades
- Upholstered Fabric
- Air Ducts
- Baseboards and Other Wood Surfaces
Dalworth’s Guaranteed Pet Odor Removal Process
Removing odors from your carpet can be a challenge if left unaddressed for too long. It's important to have your carpet treated as soon as you notice an odor or spill to guarantee the complete removal of odors and stains. Dalworth can guarantee to eliminate most severe pet odor problems, provided the urine is limited to the carpeted area, pad and flooring below, but has not migrated into secondary surfaces as described here.