Pet urine can cause permanent damage to your floors and fabrics. In the original acid state, the urine begins to oxidize and react with the carpet to create a color change, also known as urine stain. As time passes, the pet stain will become increasingly more difficult to remove, depending upon the carpet. The primary source of odor associated with urine comes from bacteria that grow abundantly in dark and warm places with a never ending food source. The following is a how-to for managing urine stains and odors. Keep in mind that you can always give us a call to schedule a cleaning of these types of stains.