5 Carpet Cleaning Methods
Carpet Cleaning Force
11 Richard Farrell Avenue Remuera Auckland
Campbellton, NB 1050
5 Carpet Cleaning Methods
Up to 80% of carpet soiling is grainy, and the best way to remove this type of grainy soil is by slow vacuuming. What is remained is the oily type of soil attached to carpet fibres, similar to oily hair. Vacuuming can’t remove it as it is attached securely to the fibre. This is also known as staining.
Different Carpet Cleaning Methods Explained
1. Hot Water Extraction Carpet Cleaning
Different carpet cleaning machines will have different costs. Steam cleaning is preferred by most professional carpet cleaning companies, also knows as Hot water extraction is the most popular deep cleaning method and can remove about 98% of the dirt and carpet stain removal. It also kills dust mites.
Pre-spray of carpet cleaning shampoo, sanitiser, and deodorizer is applied before steam cleaning. Stain areas with a stain treatment. Steam cleaning is hot water is at high pressure through jet nozzles.
The carpet is rinsed with hot water, and dirty water is suctioned back up through an extraction wand. Because the extraction vacuuming follows closely after the jet nozzle. The water is hot enough to dissolve stains but not too hot to damage the carpet fibre like wool or nylon. If power water suction is applied, will take about a few hours to dry.
The carpet cleaning price will depend on the carpet loops, short cut pile or one pile is the cheapest to clean, loop pile or long pile may cost 10% more. Steam cleaning can keep both carpet and upholsteries clean.
2. Shampoo Carpet Cleaning
Pre Vacuuming is done before the carpet cleaning service. Shampoo carpet cleaning uses rotating brushes to push shampoo foams into the carpet and then vacuumed up. But no rinsing afterwards.
The remaining foam can become sticky, may attract more dust and dirt. Little water is used so it’s quick to dry.
3. Dry Carpet Cleaning
Cleaning powder-based solvent with 10% water is pushed into the carpet. The solvent is brushed between the carpet fibre. It will absorb dirt and the solvent will be dried into power with the absorbed dirt after 10 minutes.
You can then vacuum the dried solvent away with the captured dirt. This is not as powerful deep clean as steam clean, but it’s not as much hard work. The chemicals will not attract future dirt like carpet shampoo.
4. Encapsulation Carpet Cleaning
Similar to dry carpet cleaning, a rotating brush apply the cleansing foam into the carpet. The foam contact with the dirt then crystallizes and encapsulates the dirt then dries in about 20 minutes.
Then you can vacuum the crystalized form with the dirt captured. Encapsulation uses fewer chemicals than shampooing and dries faster. However, this method does not remove heavy stains.
5. Bonnet Carpet Cleaning
Carpet cleaning detergent is sprayed on the carpet. A spinning pad with a cleaning solution work over the top of a carpet and absorb dirt from the carpet.
The pad needs to be rinsed frequently when it fills with dirt. Usually need to rinse the pad every hundred square meters. So you can optimize the pad’s capacity to absorb dirt.
This is commonly used in hotels for its quick cleaning drying properties. However, it is not a deep clean and only cleans the top layer of the carpet. And the cleaning solution will accumulate within the carpet fiber. This is why carpet manufacturers will not valid warranty if you use Bonnet Carpet Cleaning in Auckland.
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