I used to do the water claw and all that but I stopped doing that years ago because I didn't think it was working and I didn't like wasting customers money or my time. If it was just one spot it could work but when you get into 2-3-4 spots it's not going to work and if the dog is still there why have the customer spend a lot of money he will be doing it again.IMO sometimes VLM urine treatment is the way to go. Not disturbing bacteria that lies beneath and no wicking, even with a water claw flush you may just bring up more problems. Cant beat the mist and walk away of a good USOR...
Instead I would just clean and spray Deodorizer heavier on urine spots at a much cheaper price than doing the water claw flush all of that.
I would tell customers if they could instead of spending a fortune to clean/deodorize and hope it worked to just replace and get it done right. Customers like honesty and being told the truth.
Not disturbing what is in the padding is a good thing.