Yes but more risky, have you tried OSR by pros choice? Works great and if that does not take it all the way out you can post treat with USR also by pros choice. Be very careful of anything that strong on certain fibers. I prefer to use professional made products where they have been tested extensively. This is how my company carpet cleaning Tampa
Hope this answers your questions
Your right about the risk involved Mcatt. I do use OSR (for large areas of pet urine contamination), Molecular modifier, and many others. I have run into a situation where a regular customer had many pet stains on her white nylon carpet. I used stain magic, urine stain remover, citric acid and many others which
did not work on all the pet stains. I first had the customer change the dogs diet which worked with the red in the urine. Next I had to teach her NOT to use any products accept white vinegar and water so that I could fix the problems when I got there. Some of the stains where so bad, there was nothing left to do that I could think of. She allowed me to experiment with the stains, SO
play I did! 12% or 40w peroxide AND odor modifier, 4 parts modifier to 1 part peroxide. It did work and I did not use fabric softener to stop the reaction. Of course I would not
recommend this process to anyone. DO NOT
do this to natural fabric like wool.
I am looking for anyone that has played with this before so that I can get more information.