I will also tell you under what circumstances I obtained the work. I hope you all like this style and find tie bits of information that may help you choose the right carpet cleaner in Vancouver and Surrey.
It was 2:30 in the afternoon and I had just finnished my last job of the day (3 in total) when I received the call. I was just heading back from cleaning carpet in Port Moody. The female customer had just been released from the hospital and needed her carpets cleaned ASAP. The carpet cleaning job was in Vancouver. The customer had three dogs (2 large and one small) that had free reign of the house while she was in the hospital. Her neighbours had been feeding them and giving them water in her absence and taking them outside for bathroom breaks.
Unfortunately, the dogs had some accidents. The Neighbours had closed all of the bedroom doors but the dogs had urinated on the tile floor directly in front of the master bedroom. The urine seeped under the door and saturated the carpet.
I then pre sprayed the rest of the area with a high ph cleaning solution and 220 degree water. The next step was to use a carpet cleaning rake to agate the cleaning solution into the carpet. After about fifteen minutes I began the hot water extraction process with our Roto-Vac 360i extractor and a acid rinse with a deodorizer (low ph cleaning solution to bring the carpets ph level back to neutrality)
After the carpets were cleaned (including the pet stain) I used a water claw to perform the subsurface extraction on the pet stain. The water claw was placed directly over top of the pet stain and extracted the OSR solution from the pad. I flushed the area with hot water until I could visually see that no more yellow liquid was being extracted from the water claw. For the final step I injected a low ph acid into the carpet pad and subfloor to neutralize any remaining contaminates.
The job turned out well and the customer was happy with the clean carpets and the pet stain removal performed by Pacific Mist Carpet Cleaning.