We lay out a sheet of thin plastic on top of pad, douse the backing with osr, lay carpet down and tape plastic to walls, douse effected carpet with osr and leave it while we clean rest of house.
Take Flash extractor and remove the moisture, send more down if we have left over and rinse with that. Usually we don't rinse it, just clean it, the times we have rinsed it it smelled as if we didn't do anything.
Then we clean that room, put airpath on it, it will tell you the truth of how bad it smells.
Then lay the rest of plastic under the carpet and reinstall/tighten, make it wet again with odorcide, run to bank before check gets a stop payment.
I have tried almost every thing under the sun. Even yanked a few rooms and flooded, rinsed, cleaned in driveway. Once lady took hall to rug shop. Everytime I reinstalled them they stunk.
The reason I ask about how you clean it is because Im helping a guy right now who flooded the baseboard areas of a room only to use his little spot eextractor. Only problem is the broken down urine and solution he used traveled under the walls and into adjacent rooms. A nice big white built in book cabinet took alot of it and stinks out there now.
There must be a secret juice. I've tried SP, distilled Vinegar, all the osr's, CTI's is readily available, prochem had a better one but no prochem out here.
I'd turn down these jobs but they are probably 65% of what I do. Everyone has pets today and it's on the rise. If I turn them down I'd limit myself and miss the adventure
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