Most of us try to maintain our carpets on our own since we believe we can save more money. Although Home carpet cleaning has a variety of drawbacks, it also has some limitations. If you intend to clean your carpets, it means that you are familiar with the many types of carpet fiber, their construction, and the best cleaning equipment for each task.
You could certainly thoroughly clean your carpet by yourself, but we have the necessary carpet expertise, equipment, and cleaning solutions. While you get on with something more enjoyable, a professional Carpet cleaning in Vancouver can complete the task more effectively and with far less hassle.
Professional carpet cleaning companies use a range of cleaning methods to clean carpets in both homes and offices. Each technique has pros and cons of its own. But how are you supposed to know which one is best for your carpet?
Here are the 5 different carpet cleaning techniques that professionals use
Hot water extraction cleaning:
Using cutting-edge cleaning tools, a professional carpet cleaner will steam clean your carpet. To guarantee high levels of heat and suction, which improve outcomes, Sweepy Maids uses high-quality hot water extraction (steam cleaning) equipment. With our top-of-the-line, heavy-duty portable carpet cleaning machines and large truck-mounted steam extraction units, no cost has been spared.
One of the more recent cleaning methods that have gained acceptance and favor among leading carpet manufacturers is due to its effective cleaning capabilities and convenience (because it doesn’t require drying time). This involves employing specialized equipment to clean carpets with recently developed chemical technologies that enable no-moisture, or very low moisture cleaning, resulting in carpet beauty, and eliminating stains, dirt, sand, and allergies.
This method, which often uses counter-rotating cylindrical brushes, is quite similar to shampooing in that it depends on how aggressively the hair is brushed. The only difference is that instead of being applied as a liquid like when shampooing, the solution is whipped into a foam and applied just before the brushes.
Using preconditioning agents on a hot carpet at the beginning of the process gives the soil particles time to connect with the fibers and makes removal easier later. This helps in removing tenacious dirt. The fabric of the carpet determines the preconditioning agent to use. When working with carpets made of synthetic fibers, you might choose to use alkaline solutions, while woolen carpets might benefit from a gently acidic solution like diluted acetic acid.
This kind of mechanism needs to be used with skill. Using powerful motorized equipment with a spinning pad that has been dipped in a cleaning solution to absorb dirt from the carpet surface, mostly involves cleaning the top part of the carpet fiber, producing effective surface cleaning results. There are many restrictions on this form of cleaning. It will undoubtedly leave behind residue because it only cleans to a depth of around 1/8 of an inch. We would only apply it to carpeting that is quite thin yet extremely durable. On the wrong kind of carpet, it will harm the pile and rub dirt deeper rather than remove it. To completely cleanse the carpet, we also recommend using an antibacterial agent after cleaning.