PetPeePee Company, customer’s stories
Customers story “I Need PetPeePee Service
Since 1991 PetPeePee Company has visited thousands of households in South Florida, and thousands more ship to my warehouse, drapery, Oriental rug, area carpet, Louis Vuitton purse with the cat urine odor, wedding attire, car bottom, shoes with cat urine, pilot leather bag, a pillow with cat urinated on, and many more.
Most of them have an identical problem, urine smell.
Many of us are treating urine as a speck of dirt, and this would induce the problem!
Urine is a protein and must be treated adequately to get rid of the awful, horrible odor.
Since the beginning of my Business, customers have told me unimaginable ways to clean the urine smell.
Allow me to distinguish you some of the stories, some of them you may not conceive.
Utilizing the common cleaning product on a dog or cat urine odor, such as “nature miracle” Febreze, Chanel five, Estée Lauder, it’s a common way customers tried to cover up the urine smell.
Here’s the first story.
I delivered to the customer that lives in a Wood-field country club, it’s an exclusive area in Boca Raton, to pick up supersize, antique Oriental rug made in Iran.
The dog urinated on it so bad and then rolled the rug into the garage.
I opened the rug. It was in great condition, with a horrible odor of dog pee and the cleaning products that the customer used.
I show the lady the price for the cleaning, and the madam said, “I would clean it myself,” turn her back to me and proceeded back home.
I am setting myself to leave, and I said to the lady before she arrives in the doorway, “if you resolve not to clean it, I will buy the rug as is.”
Two weeks later, the lady called me and asked me how much I offer her for the rug? I gave her the price, and she said, “come over the rug in the garage; you can take it.”
I got to the house and parked my car on the driveway backward to load the rug into the van.
The smell of bleach from her garage was powerful, the lady came over, and she said with a tone not so friendly, “you can pick up the rug,” I said, “did you try to clean the rug with bleach?”
She said, “no, I didn’t put any things on the rug.”
So why I smell bleach?
She said yes, somebody told me to put bleach on the concrete floor and lay the rug on the top of it, so the fume from the bleach will kill the urine odor.
I opened the rug, rolled it back, looked at the lady, said, “You have a good day,” and left the house.
80 years old Tabriz, antique excellent condition, must give way to the dumpster because the lady proves to save a couple of $$$