A: Although professional techniques will remove or at least improve most stains, there are some that have just bound too tightly to the carpet fibers to be completely removed.
This may be due to the age of the stain or even home DIY cleaning techniques which have made the situation worse.
In these cases, you may need to consider a carpet replacement.
A: Great question, but a tough question at that.
Pet stains are very tricky, and there are many variables that play a role in removing it successfully or not.
Here are a few factors:
1. If the urine or pet stain is deep within the carpet padding, they only way to truly remove it, is to remove the soiled padding, replace it with new padding, clean the carpeted area front and back, and tack it back down.
2. If the stain has had commercial products used on it, that may have set the stain rather than relieve it. Thus, making it more difficult to get out.
3. There are not many DIY solutions to remove old pet stains.
The best thing to do is call a professional to see how we can help.