To understand this, we need to understand the makeup of Urine. No matter human or animal as a source, Urine has three main components:
• Urea: a slightly sticky substance
• Urochrome: Which gives urine it’s yellow colour
• Uric acid: Mildly acid when fresh, but the turns into alkaline when dry.

The first two components can be removed with professional cleaning. However the uric acid crystals are extremely insoluble and remain tightly bonded to the surface, wherever it has soaked to. After initial cleaning and drying it may appear that the problem is solved. Sometimes you might not even realise there was a urine deposit in your carpet, as if it is dry, there is no odour to it.

However any type of moisture will reactivate those remaining crystals, and the bacteria that feed on these deposits return and give off the odour we commonly associate with urine, and the smell returns – as strong as ever (you will notice this happening on rainy days and very humid days also). Our trained and certified Odour removal technicians here at Beyond Clean Group specialise in removing all stains and odours associated with feces and urine from carpets, fabric, mattresses, wood floors, cement, tiles, porcelains and more.

Beyond Clean Group will not be responsible if the cleaning process reactivates older urine deposits that are already in the carpet, underlay or substrate which may cause odour or stain problems. Although we only utilise the best chemicals and procedures in some severe cases the problem maybe beyond restoration and carpets and furniture may need to be replaced.

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