How to Permanently Remove Pet Odors

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Even though one may love animals, pet ownership can come with unique challenges. One of the most common ones among indoor pet owners is the elimination of pet odor.

Pets have natural odors regardless of how well it is groomed and cared for. Cat odor can be particularly troublesome.  In its dry state, cat urine becomes non-soluble salt crystals.  These crystals become embedded into carpet, its padding and the wooden sub-floor beneath the carpet. When humidity is in the air, the cat odor becomes very prominent.  Although usually not as strong, dog urine can also present major odor problems.  Other small mammals and birds have their own distinctive odors that may be difficult to remove.

Many home owners prefer not to use cleaners that contain toxic chemicals. However, most of the cleaning products made to treat pet odors contain potentially harmful ingredients that can put both the pet owners and pets at risk for undesirable side effects. A great way to combat these odors without the risk is by using ozone to attack the odors at their source.

An ozone generator has the potential to not only remove pet odors, but to also remove odors caused by mold, mildew, water damage, fire and other causes. When the odor problem is particularly troublesome, an ozone specialist can perform a concentrated ozone treatment that is extra effective.

If you are interested in exploring the possibilities inherent in using ozone to clear away unpleasant pet odors, or other types of odors, please contact us at your earliest convenience. A helpful associate will be happy to answer your questions.

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