Foxborough MA Carpet Urine Pet Odor Removal Eco-Friendly Cleaning Announced

Foxborough, MA carpet cleaning company New Dimension Fabric Protection & Cleaning introduced its enzyme-based pet odor removal solutions to residential and commercial customers across Greater Boston. The company offers affordable eco-friendly odor removal and deep cleaning for carpets, upholstery, and rugs.

Foxborough, United States - June 12, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Foxborough, MA carpet cleaning company New Dimension Fabric Protection & Cleaning announced its eco-friendly urine & pet odor removal service. The service removes mild or saturated odors from pet-soiled carpets and upholstery.

More information about New Dimension Fabric Protection & Cleaning is available at https://www.mypureprotection.com

Urine or fecal stains caused by dogs, cats, rabbits, and other common household pets can cause certain fabrics to retain or develop a foul odor even if the area is washed with water. In most cases, DIY techniques only spread the contaminants to deeper layers, rendering the carpet unsafe for children, adults, and the pet itself. Pet urine can also seep into flooring, brick, and concrete, attracting bacteria and other pathogens.

New Dimension Fabric Protection & Cleaning employs the use of odor neutralizing compounds formulated with bacteria and enzymes that destroy the bacteria that cause the foul odor. The enzyme-based pet odor cleaning solutions in Greater Boston provide long-term deodorizing effects. The company’s cleaning solution is environmentally gentler than the use of bleach, borax, vinegar, ammonia, peroxides, and other harsh chemicals.

The Foxboro fabric protection company recommends that affected carpets, rugs, and upholstery are washed immediately to minimize damage. Professional carpet care technicians from New Dimension Fabric Protection & Cleaning then deep clean the fabric using a hot water extraction technique and the use of enzyme-based cleaners. The cleansers also remove discolorations from the affected areas.

According to a spokesperson for the Wellesley, MA pet odor removal company, “Effective odor removal from carpets and upholstery also means preserving the quality and integrity of the fabric. Our enzyme-based cleaning solutions backed by water extraction and techniques are gentle on fibres and restore a carpet to original or near-original condition.”

Established in 1992, New Dimension Fabric Protection & Cleaning is a residential and commercial carpet cleaning company. The company’s team of IICRC certified Master & Journeyman cleaning technicians delivers industry-leading services in Brookline, Chestnut Hill, Dover, Newton, Sharon, Sherborn, Westwood, Weston, Wellesley, and the Greater Boston region.

More information is available by calling 508-643-7114 or by visiting the URL above.

Contact Info:
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Organization: New Dimension Fabric Protection & Cleaning
Address: 140 Washington Street # 2, Foxborough, MA 02035, United States
Website: http://www.mypureprotection.com/

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