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What is your favorite pet urine product?

hurricanecc

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Finally bought some USOR, because of a few urine odor call backs after using other products. Tried it and the customer is incredibly happy, says there’s no odor from either the urine or the usor , 2 days later. I guess that’s a win! Rob, with usor resoil? It would be nice to just spray and walk away.
 
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My go to urine topical treatment is as follows in a 4 qt hydroforce:
8 oz flex ice
3 oz percarbonate
1 oz d-limonene
Rinsed with 2 oz flex ice per 50 gallons of freshwater at a pH of 6.5.

I have a 99% success rate over the course of a year only treating the fibers and zero flooding pad. Here's a follow up text from this morning.

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Finally bought some USOR, because of a few urine odor call backs after using other products. Tried it and the customer is incredibly happy, says there’s no odor from either the urine or the usor , 2 days later. I guess that’s a win! Rob, with usor resoil? It would be nice to just spray and walk away.
Yes you can "spray & walk" away with Unchained. Have you seen this video?

 

hurricanecc

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Yes you can "spray & walk" away with Unchained. Have you seen this video?

Yes, I’ve watched this video several times, I even attached the uv to the lance. You talk about prespraying and extracting it, not leaving it on the carpet. Unless topical pricing is just spraying usor and walk away and not just adding to the pre spray and cleaning. I’m testing it again today on a 2nd call back, from a failure of another competitors product.
 
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My go to urine topical treatment is as follows in a 4 qt hydroforce:
8 oz flex ice
3 oz percarbonate
1 oz d-limonene
Rinsed with 2 oz flex ice per 50 gallons of freshwater at a pH of 6.5.

I have a 99% success rate over the course of a year only treating the fibers and zero flooding pad. Here's a follow up text from this morning.

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Where do you get the percarbonate and the d-limonene?
 

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Realize that there are many grades of d'limonene. These include general grade, tech grade, food grade. Higher grades are more purified and filtered and more even from one batch to another in strength, purity and fragrance. Prices for food grade can go as high as $75 or $80 per gallon.
 

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Realize that there are many grades of d'limonene. These include general grade, tech grade, food grade. Higher grades are more purified and filtered and more even from one batch to another in strength, purity and fragrance. Prices for food grade can go as high as $75 or $80 per gallon.
Yes, very many choices. I have found 100% pure industrial grade fine for what we do with it on carpet. Has more color (varies batch to batch) than the other higher grades, but ultimately the same thing at better prices.
 

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Yes, I’ve watched this video several times, I even attached the uv to the lance. You talk about prespraying and extracting it, not leaving it on the carpet. Unless topical pricing is just spraying usor and walk away and not just adding to the pre spray and cleaning. I’m testing it again today on a 2nd call back, from a failure of another competitors product.
Had another positive result on a prior product callback
 
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