Imagine coming to work Monday morning, opening your office door and gasping as your nose and lungs go into fight-or-flight-shutdown because of the reeking stench of 2 1/2 days worth of cat urine and feces. It happened. Not to me fortunately. A colleague, who worked for a carpet cleaning/maintenance company told me the story. It […]

Imagine coming to work Monday morning, opening your office door and gasping as your nose and lungs go into fight-or-flight-shutdown because of the reeking stench of 2 1/2 days worth of cat urine and feces. It happened. Not to me fortunately.

A colleague, who worked for a carpet cleaning/maintenance company told me the story. It was his client from an oil refinery in Torrance, CA, who indeed suffered that fateful Monday morning. The refinery exec called the carpet cleaners to come and rescue them, which they did (the cat escaped, by the way) . . . using the best cleaning and odor-abating technology they had. After their work the stains and odors appeared to be gone. Until the humidity went up again. They couldn’t identify where the stains were, but the odor was definitely back.

Here’s where the “fortunately for us” comes in. They used Helios to clean the office carpet. And yes, the stains are completely gone – but better yet, the odor was gone and has yet to return. It won’t. It’s been 7 months now.

This is what’s so beautiful about Helios. Unlike all the enzyme products on the market, the tea tree oil in the Helios encapsulates the uric acid crystals, rendering them incapable of producing bacteria that create the odors. The Helios dries to a very fine (it’s tough to see it unless you REALLY drench the carpet) white powder, which gets vacuumed up, taking the uric acid crystals (the urine residue) with it.

Nothing else on the market like Helios.