CARPET CLEANING GUIDE: We all love our pets but despite our best intentions their odour tends to hang around. And it’s not always noticeable to us either. Others can detect odours coming from rugs, carpets and upholstery a mile off before we do because we become desensitised after being around them so much. Well no one wants their home to smell and be the talk of the town. There are many ways to get rid of pet-related stains as well as finding the right carpet for pets and prevent future damage, to add to this carpet cleaning in Claremont has never been so easy.


Pet owners are often querying how to get rid of dog smell. lf you’re looking to do the same, here is a quick solution. Make an odour neutralising spray of one tablespoon of white vinegar mixed with two cups of water. Pop the concoction in a spray bottle and spritz it in the air, the carpet and upholstery.  Pet odours can be treated best by opening and airing your home regularly.


There are several ways of doing this. Firstly, if the stain is fresh, blot the contaminated area as much as possible. Next liberally saturate the spot with an enzyme-based product and odour stain. The enzyme-based product will break down bacteria building up and prevent odours coming from the carpet. Use paper towels to soak up about 80 percent of the product and wait 48 hours before vacuuming. Finally, sprinkle baking soda over the area to absorb any leftover moisture. Another option is to use vinegar and baking soda. Blot the contaminated area with a paper towel. Mix two parts of white vinegar and two parts of water before sprinkling baking soda over the spot. Then blitz the solution on top. This should result in the area ‘fizzing’ and ultimately actively eating away at the stain and odour. Allow the solution to sit for a few minutes before blotting away the moisture by firmly pressing down on it. Refrain from rubbing the stain. lf all else fails and DIY methods to remove stains and odours prove inadequate, contact a professional carpet cleaning service like Expert Carpet Cleaning.

To remove stains and odours prove inadequate, contact a professional carpet cleaning service like Expert Carpet Cleaning.



Getting rid of dog poop stains from carpets Solid poop can be scooped up with a bag or paper towel. The area can then be sprayed with a disinfecting spray and blot dried with a paper towel or white rag. Tiny particles can be removed with a vacuum thereafter. Diarrhoea can be cleaned up by placing a large bowl over the contaminated area and waiting for it to dry so that it is easier to clean up. The bowl will also help minimise the odour. Excess waste can be scooped up with a bag or paper towel or dustpan and brush. A fork will help scraping any dried faeces. Next, vacuum the area to lift off any lingering particles and spray a vinegar and water solution directly on it. Blot up excess liquid with a paper towel. More vinegar solution can be sprayed onto the area if the stain is noticeable. Baking soda sprinkled on the area for at least two to three hours will help remove the odour. Finally, vacuum the area again and finish by using a disinfecting spray to kill off bacteria. if all else fails and DIY methods to remove stains and odours prove inadequate, contact a professional carpet cleaning service like Expert Carpet Cleaning. Best option.


The best way of removing Pet Hair is regular vacuuming with a good upright vacuum cleaner that has an independent motorised power head or brush. Some units rely on air driven brushes but electrically driven powerheads are the best. Also look for HEPA filters (High-Efficiency Particle Arrester) Also Dusting a thin layer of baking powder over your carpet and allowing it to sit for a few minutes will help loosen the hairs from it. Then vacuum the whole area as you normally would do. The baking powder doubles up as a deodoriser for the carpet. The rubber glove method is also good, especially for smaller carpet patches and rugs. lt’s also great for getting into corners and hard to reach areas. Pop on a pair of thick sturdy gloves and scrape the area using your hand to collect the fur. Bin the hair and go over the area with a vacuum for any remaining hairs. Fabric softener is another way of getting rid of stubborn pet hair. Mix three parts of water to one part fabric softener into a spray bottle. Lightly mist the problem area without over spraying the carpet and allow to sit for a few minutes. The fabric softener will help loosen up hairs making it easier to vacuum them. A squeegee can also be incredibly useful to scrape off hair from the carpet. Rub the tool over the carpet into a pile and collect it with your hand. Vacuum any leftover hairs. For more hairier problems, enlist the help of a rubber broom. Pull the broom toward you in a sweeping motion. The aim is to get the bristles deep into the carpet by using short firm strokes. The rubber bristles act as a magnetic pull that gets hairs out of hard to reach areas. Repeat this step until you’ve gone through all the carpet. Sweep in one direction and once the fur piles up, collect it with a dustpan and bin it.


Because cat urine contains more ammonia than dog urine, enzymatic cleaners are needed to break down the uric acid in their urine. A professional carpet cleaning company like Expert Carpet Cleaning will groom and vacuum the carpet to ensure as much animal hair is removed as possible. Next, a sanitising product will be sprayed and groomed into your carpet to kill off germs and bacteria. Once the sanitiser has had time to dwell, a pre-conditioner will be sprayed to break up general dirt and soils. Finally, the carpet will be cleaned using hot water extraction to remove dirt deep from the carpet fibres. The carpet will be rinsed out during this process and remove all factors that caused the pet odour. For expert carpet cleaning in Perth contact Expert Carpet Cleaning on 0418 957 690.