You have many choices when choosing a carpet cleaner for your home or office. It is important to know the different methods of cleaning carpets.
Here are some of the most popular Tile Cleaning North Shore on the market.
Hotwater Extraction Cleaning
Hot water extraction cleaning is commonly known as steam cleaning carpets. This involves using high pressure hot water to stir the carpet fibres and dissolve any dirt.
Hot water extraction cleaning is typically done by applying cleaning agent to the carpet, brushing and finally rinsing. After the cleaning agent has settled in the carpet for a few minutes, it will be removed by a carpet cleaner to clean the carpet thoroughly. Finally, the carpet can be dried in a dry area or in an air-conditioned room.
Carpeted offices of average size, 3000 sq. ft, will normally take around 2 hours to clean. Drying time for carpeted offices should take at most 4 hours. Most carpet cleaning companies recommend that carpet be done in the late afternoon. After it’s done, you can let the carpet dry overnight so that office operations can resume as normal the next day.
Before the introduction of encapsulation technology in 1970s, shampoo carpet cleaning was a popular method. This method is less popular than other options because it leaves behind a lot more wet foam residues and takes longer to dry.
Foam encapsulation uses synthetic detergents as a base. Once dried, the foam will crystallize to form powdered forms. When the cleaning foam dries, any dirt particles that have accumulated in the carpet fiber will be powdered and vacuumed.
Carpet shampooing technology is losing ground to foam encapsulation. The former uses less water, which results in a shorter drying time than carpet shampooing. Foam encapsulation cleaning is favored by environmentalists because there are less chemicals left behind after cleaning than carpet shampooing.
Carpet Cleaners North Shore
191 Pacific Hwy, Lindfield NSW 2070
(02) 8310 7640
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