If you have a beloved cat or dog that loves to mark their territory on the most inconvenient, damaging, or expensive places, then you may have something in common with one of our customers who brought her roller blinds into our factory to be cleaned.
The client informed us that her cat had sprayed urine on them and that she was mainly concerned with the odour and staining. The upholstery was inspected by one of our technicians upon its arrival and he explained to our customer that cleaning cat urine on her type of material would not be an easy task.
The Process of Cleaning Cat Urine
The process began by giving the blinds a thorough inspection, looking for any defects in the weave that could potentially affect the cleaning process.
A light vacuum was then done to remove as many dirt and dust particles from the blinds.
The cleaning solution was then applied to help break down the staining. The solution was left to rest before an upholstery tool was used to simultaneously rinse the solution off and remove the dirty water.
Any excess residue was removed by using a hand dry pad which is very gentle and extremely effective. This process was repeated a couple of times to ensure the best results.
The blinds were then placed in our state-of-the-art temperature and humidity controlled drying room for 24 hours.
Once the drying process is complete, the blinds were inspected by our technicians to ensure we had achieved the best results possible and that our customer was satisfied with the results.
Call AllAces Cleaning & Restoration on 1800 00 1010 to speak to one of our friendly staff about our pet urine removal process.