3 METHODS OF CARPET CLEANING WE SERVE DEPENDING ON THE CONDITION AND THE TYPE OF FABRIC.
CARPET/UPHOLSTERY STEAM DEEP CLEAN:
Hot water extraction cleaning, works by injecting hot water into carpet under high pressure and extracting the water out. When the water is extracted, the dirt and soiling will be extracted with the water to clean the carpet. Effective steam cleaners will pre-treat stains to remove with the appropriate cleaning agents and use a pre-spray to break down surface tension in the carpet to allow the water to penetrate deeply into the carpet before extraction.
CARPET/UPHOLSTERY DRY CLEAN
The carpets are firstly pre-vacuumed to remove the dry soil . A pre-vacuum should be performed before steam cleaning as well as when dry soils become wet they turn to mud and are harder to extract. The carpet is then treated with a carpet dry cleaning solution which is a combination of dry cleaning solvents carried in water. The carpet dry cleaning solution breaks down the oily residue in the carpet which holds the dirt to the carpet fibres so that the soils and stains can be easily removed. Cotton absorbent pads are immersed in hot water with a conditioning rinse and placed on the carpet under a rotary machine (like a modified high speed floor polisher). The pads are spun around on the carpet at high speed and the dirt is released from the carpet on the pads and the pads are continually changed in the cleaning process.
The use of encapsulation to create a crystalline residue that can be immediately vacuumed (as opposed to the dry powder residue of wet-cleaning systems, which generally requires an additional day before vacuuming)is a newer technology that has recently become an accepted method for commercial and residential carpet