1. To remove the stain, most times you can use a half-teaspoon of dish detergent mixed with some warm water, and apply that to the stain to remove it. NOTE: This only works when you do it within moments of the stain happening. After two days, have a professional take care of it.
2. There’s no price tag on good training. If you regularly train the pup to urinate in a proper place, lots of “accidents” can be avoided.
3. You especially need professional technicians if your dog is urinating in the same spot; your pet will continue to smell the urine odor and trace it if you don’t have it completely removed.
4. It’s good to have a certified technician clean your carpet every six months or so, just to keep your carpet up to condition. It’s always good to ask about the methods they use to get rid of stains. All Seasons CarpetCare uses Urine Extraction, where a chemical called enzyme is used to saturate stains down to the core; then a tool called a water claw is used to pull all liquids, including the chemical, out of your carpet. Actually, the whole process can be done in five minutes.