When you are going to select carpet cleaning company for your home or business, it is essential to understand the diverse sorts of carpet cleaning methods used by various organizations as not all techniques work for your carpet.
Types of carpet cleaning available in the market:
Hot Water Extraction Cleaning:
Commonly known as steam carpet cleaning, hot water extraction cleaning use high pressure heated water to shake the carpet fiber and dissolve dirt in the process.
Hot water extraction cleaning commonly includes the use of a cleaning agent on a soiled surface, agitation of carpet with brush and pursued by washing. Subsequent to cleaning operator settle in the cover for a brief duration, the carpet will be “washed” by a carpet cleaning equipment to rinse the cleaning agent completely and finally left to dry.
Most organizations would suggest carpet to be cleaned in the late evening so that after it is done, the carpet can be left to dry overnight and office activity can continue back to the following morning.
Shampoo carpet cleaning was famous until encapsulation technology was developed in the 1970s. While shampooing it might appear to clean intensely soiled carpet. The technology has some disadvantages, such as leaving behind a high amount of wet foam residues and it takes a long time to dry. The carpet becomes sticky when it dries because no washing is done after shampooing and quick re-soiling of carpet – makes this technique less prominent than others.
Foam encapsulation uses synthetic cleansers as a base that will solidify into powder shape when dries. Loosened dirt particles in carpet fiber will be exemplified into powder when the used cleaning foam dries and, finally, vacuumed or brushed when the foam dries after cleaning.
The foam encapsulation cleaning technique has overtaken carpet shampooing technology. The foam encapsulation cleaning has gotten thumbs up by the individuals who prefer environmental friendly products because there is less chemical residue left behind after cleaning compared to carpet shampooing. Although this technique has demonstrated great cleaning results but has not been able to clean heavy soiling carpet due to the technology’s limitation.
This carpet cleaning is best for surface cleaning, the process mainly includes cleaning the top part of the carpet fiber using a substantial motorized machine with a spinning pad that has been immersed with cleaning solution to assimilate dirt from the carpet surface. Bonneting is famous in hotels because it can give a quick solution to clean carpet in heavy traffic public area.
Because bonneting does not clean carpet deeply, dirt beneath the carpet would rise back to the surface inside brief time frame. Additionally bonneting tends to cause collection of chemical residue in the carpet as pressure from the heavy machine on the spinning pad to push the used chemical and remaining dirt into the carpet.
Dry Carpet Cleaning:
Dry carpet cleaning or compound cleaning is one of the most recent cleaning technology found in the market and became popular because of its compelling cleaning performance and comfort as it does not require drying time.
This technology is considered generally new contrasted to other conventional wet carpet cleaning methods that have been trusted and used for decades, many still doubt the effectiveness of this cleaning technology. The feature is the use of cleaning compound or powder into the bottom part of the carpet.
Cleaning compound is typically made of biodegradable material that works like micro-sponges, which can successfully retain dissolved dirt in the carpet and can be removed thoroughly at the end of the procedure.
This technique is safe for all type of carpets. Our revolutionary professional cleaning services are completely dry, convenient, effective and use natural biodegradable cleaning compound that is safe for your children and furry friends.