Nov 3, 2015

Types of Carpet Cleaning Services

The steam cleaning method is highly recommended for the more heavily soiled situations. This method utilizes the very hot water and the cleaning agents that are applied under variable pressure. This method is normally used to give better results if you are having pet problems or spills. It is completely safe for your children and for the pets in the households. It usually dries in the 12 to 18 hours depending on the conditions. It is also the method that is used by most carpet manufacturers to recommend for the annual cleaning to maintain warranty.

The encapsulation is where the carpet is treated with foam fry cleaning compounds that are agitated with the G.L.S machine so as to spread uniformly throughout the carpet fibers. If there is any soil in the carpet it is encapsulated and even brought up to the surface where it crystallizes and can thereof be easily vacuumed away after drying. The carpet duration of drying is normally 30 minutes to 2 hours. The protector may also be added an applied in the same simple process without any additional moisture application. It is very safe for children and pets and may not cause them any health problems.

In this type of carpet cleaning the carpet is totally dry at the time of cleaning. It is exclusive of the natural plant-scrubbing compound in conjunction with the specially developed agitation system, which helps in removing soil and grooming the carpet fibers in one major process. The extraction of all the soiled particles is accomplished by the vacuuming action, which is built in the same unit. It is safe for the households that have children or pets.

In this method it may seem as dry cleaning method but it really is not. The bonnet cleaning method uses a cleaning product occasionally mixed with the carbonated water. It spreads as a mist over the surface of the carpet. A rotating circular buffer referred to as a bonnet is then used with an absorbent covering running it over the soiled area. When the covering on the bonnet is soiled it is then replaced with a clean one and the process continues. It is important to note that even if the top one third of the carpet is clean the soil that has settled at the bottom of the pile remains behind, as the bonnet cannot reach this area. This cleaning should therefore be viewed as a temporary measure between more intensive cleanings.

A dirty carpet can house several source of indoor pollutants including the pet dander, cockroach allergen and every dirt and dust. There may be other toxic airborne gases that may be trapped within the carpet which can be released through the various every day activities such as walking across the carpet which raises them into the air and causing them to contaminate the air I your home for you and your family members.

If you seek professional carpet cleaners they are able to eliminate and kill the deeply trapped pollutants with the high-powered vacuums. In areas that experience high humidity the dirty carpets are at a high risk of developing mold growth when they are exposed to moisture. Having your carpet cleaned on a regular basis will reduce the chances of the carpet developing mold and mildew growth, as the high-powered drying tools will annihilate the moisture. If you decide that you will clean the carpet yourself then you could use fans and turn on the air or choose to open the windows to help dry the carpet out faster.

You should take into consideration various factors before you choose the right carpet cleaning method to use. Therefore you should also determine the dirt area or saturation in need of cleaning, if there are any molds to remove or not. There are a lot of misconceptions and myths regarding how long you should wait before you take your carpet for cleaning. It depends with many factors such as how much traffic your carpet receives. Good luck with choosing the carpet cleaning method best for your carpet.

Written by Eric Sappington, owner of Sappington’s Carpet Care, the leading company for carpet cleaning in Columbia, MO.

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