Be it environmental conditions, type of fiber used, to the degree of carpet soiling and cost—the pros have got it all covered.
A cleaning and maintenance schedule for your carpet extends its durability and aesthetic appeal over time.
The most common cleaning methods used by professional carpet cleaning services include dry and wet methods
This method makes use of a special polymer/crystal that has the characteristic of encapsulating soil particles that comes into contact with it.
Upon spraying the solution on the carpet, a special machine is then used to agitate the mixture.
Crystals are formed after the solution dries up. This traps the dirt inside. These can be removed through usual vacuuming that cleans the carpet.
This method operates on the basic principle of degradation of soil particles. It sprays a solution onto the stained patch of the carpet. The surface of the carpet is then run over by a rotary machine with a removable absorbent pad or bonnet.
The cotton or microfiber pad has the capacity to absorb the cleaning solution along with all the impurities in the carpet. The pad can be replaced or rinsed when it become soiled, so that all parts of the carpet are cleaned equally.
As the name suggests, this method employs the traditional way of getting carpets cleaned by professional cleaner. A foamy chemical is spread onto the carpet, followed by thorough scrubbing with the help of a motorized circular brush.
If your old carpet is heavily soiled, this method might be the right fit for your carpet.
Also it should be made out of a durable material, so that it does not undergo wear and tear due to the vigorous cleaning method.
An additional round of vacuum cleaning is required to ensure that all residual material and soil is removed.
Also known as hot water extraction cleaning, it is one of the most popular and widely recommended methods of carpet cleaning. The process begins with a close inspection and pre-vacuuming round. This makes sure that the carpet is free from dry dust particles.
It is an already established fact that hot water is ideal for stain removal. It has deep cleaning properties. This carpet cleaning method makes use of this very phenomenon, injecting boiling water (steam) into the carpet, under pressure. Dissolving the grime, the moisture can then be extracted Not only does it physically clean the carpet, it leaves a pleasant scent and acts as a disinfectant as well, temperatures of 220 degrees Fahrenheit.
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