Pet Urine Damage

Pet Urine Damage

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Reappearing spots from pet urine

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Urine will often fluoresce under ultraviolet light

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Rust indicates the carpet was wet in this area

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Urine visible under ultraviolet light

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Delamination from pet urine

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Latex falling out of carpet backing

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Keep pet nails trimmed

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Azostix used to detect pet urine

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Contaminants visible on carpet backing

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Urine is visible under ultraviolet light.

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Color loss from pet urine

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Urine transferred to white towel from carpet

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Delamination

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Laminate floor swelling from urine contamination

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Moisture probe will often detect urine

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Moisture meter will often detect urine

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What you need to know

Pet urine damage can occur when untrained pets or pets left alone in the home for too long, urinate on the carpet leading to hard-to-remove odors and stains in the carpet. Pet urine can also lead to damage to the carpet and subfloor below. Pet urine will have a yellow hue in most cases. Ripples in isolated areas and delamination are common side-effects of urine in the carpet. Urine exits in the animals’ bodies as an acid but it becomes

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