I’m sorry, correct. When using enzyme cleaner then you don’t want to wet the carpet. When using oxygen bleach then you should
Enzymatic cleaners are not chemical solutions nor fragrance maskers, but rather a blend of that go after the source and ingest the odorous dead or dying organic matter. Enzyme-based solutions are customarily non-poisonous, non-caustic, harmless to humans, pets & plant life, safe in plumbing, and environmentally friendly. As they gain more popularity, these cleaners are now widely being used at hospitals, nursing homes, animal shelters, kennels, zoos, and of course – pet waste removal companies.
Let’s discuss further how the enzymes work and why Pet Poo Skiddoo chooses enzymatic cleaners to deodorize clients’ yards that have been taken over by their dogs.
Oxygen vs. enzyme cleaners: when to use what for households with pets
Wee Care Pet Loo Enzyme Cleaner - PetSafe
An enzyme carpet cleaner would mainly be used for the purpose of removing unwanted stains and odors from your carpet, which are created by animal urine.Enzymes main job is to bind themselves to a target in much the same way that antibodies do so. The enzyme doesn’t get consumed in any reactions, it will weaken to a degree and lose activity eventually and will be replenished. In the human body, there are various enzymes which help with cellulose, fats, carbohydrates, proteins and such. Enzyme cleaners work by latching themselves onto the bacteria left by the urine or territorial spray. Animal urine has many different sort of bacteria and the enzymes cling to that bacteria and attack it, feeding off the leftovers. These are they types of enzyme you will find in carpet cleaners. It destroys the odor at the source and diminishes the left over bacteria until it has virtually disappeared and is undetectable. This is why you will probably have experienced the smell remaining or returning only a short time after using regular carpet cleaners. Ordinary carpet cleaners will clean to a degree and hide the odor with temporary fresheners but the fact remains that they are only short term solutions. It is only enzymes which can truly seek out and destroy the bacteria levels left behind by the animal.If you ever had cat pee in your carpet, you will recognize how difficult it is to clean out. This is more so when the cat has sprayed its territory rather than just urinating. Owing to the fact that cats don’t drink a great deal, this makes their urine particularly strong and odorous. Even when you think you have eliminated the dreadful smell, as soon as the weather warms up the smell can return just as ‘fresh’ as it was when it was first done. This is where enzyme cleaners come in.To truly kill odors from pet accidents or animal waste and urine, you need a product that is a definitive enzyme cleaner. Even some of the highest selling products on the market for urine stains and smells are not enzyme cleaners, so their effects are limited.