Your carpets need to be deep cleaned regularly in order to freshen them and extend their life. One great way to do this is by having them steam cleaned. Read on for more info.
The technical term for steam cleaning your carpets is “hot water extraction”. Put simply, this method of cleaning involves having a hot cleaning solution sprayed into the carpet and then sucked out again using a vacuum. The dirty solution is collected in a tank for disposal. The machine may use an agitating device such as a rotary brush to ensure that the cleaning solution is worked deep into the carpet and that the soil is loosened further before the water and dirt is vacuumed back up.
The major advantage of steam cleaning is that it is a true deep cleaning method, getting rid of a lot of embedded soil and contaminants in the carpet. It is more expensive than dry cleaning your carpet but it is more thorough and effective, so you will get more value for money.
Once the carpet has been cleaned, it can be sanitised and deodorised and have a fabric protection product applied. This will leave you with fresh, hygienic carpet that is more resistant to stains and spills. Be sure to ask your cleaning professional how long you have to let the carpets dry before you can walk on them again, as your carpets will be left damp but not wet at the end of the cleaning process.
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