Keeping your home spiffy and clean can help yourself get organized, while stopping the spread of germs and bacteria while also reducing the impact of allergies. It can also help with productivity and overall mood.
Still, it is worth noting that just sweeping and dusting around the house does not get the entire job done; that is especially true if you have a cat or dog running around the house.
This does not come as a real surprise, but researchers have determined that having pets in turn results in more bacteria and germs at your home. And as fun and awesome pets can be, they can make a real mess at times, especially when they are younger, untrained and less obedient.
Now, obviously puppies and kittens are not actively trying to wreck your home, but there is always the chance they do something that makes an owner’s eye twitch, for example, peeing on the couch/upholstery in your home.
Even if you give your pet daily baths to rid them of any and all germs, relieving themselves on your upholstery or sofa is something that is almost unavoidable. You may be thinking: well, my dog/cat is trained so that won’t happen, but think again. Just because you have a ‘good boy/girl’ on your hands does not mean they will obey every single rule every minute of the day.
With all that being said, it is important to know how to clean an upholstery in the event that your animal does relieve themself on said upholstery. Luckily for you, there are numerous guides and tips out there to help you remove animal odor from your furniture.
But where should one begin? Will getting your couch cleaned actually take away any and all smells?
The answer to the second question is yes. As for the first question, the best place to start is by looking for a professional cleaning service that will suit all your needs.
Still, it is worth mentioning there are ways to clean upholstery by yourself. One could vacuum the upholstery, wipe down the non-fabric parts of the upholstery, or you could take the time to learn the fabric of the upholstery and see what the best route would be to clean it without altering the integrity of the sofa. However, cleaning an upholstery can be very time consuming, so hiring a professional cleaning service would be the quickest and easiest route for one to go. With experienced staff of company, natural products, great equipment and fast service, professional upholstery cleaners will make sure to get the job done right.
Seriously, you could go through the trials of using baking soda and vinegar to get the urine smell out of your couch, but do you really want to risk messing up one of the most expensive pieces of furniture in the home? Of course not. So go ahead to find a well-reputed and hire a professional cleaning service to ensure you get bacteria and that pee smell free from your upholstery.