Dirt and soil are easily seen on a hard surface and soon wipe off, but on carpet it can soon work its way
deep into the fibers where the abrasive action will cause them to deteriorate and need replacing prematurely.
We use a cleaning system that deep cleans your carpets, flushing the dirt and pollutants from the
fibers with self-neutralizing cleaning chemicals that are also non-toxic and bio-degradable,
leaving your carpets clean and fresh again. We offer only the best Carpet Cleaning methods and
use only the safest, most effective products.
It is worth noting that virtually every carpet manufacturer recommends that
their carpets are professionally cleaned every 12/24 months and some are now
making it compulsory condition of their wear warranties. Our Carpet Cleaning Methods:
Our professional technicians specialize in 7 different methods of Carpet Cleaning:
Hot Water Extraction or Steam Cleaning
Combination of Hot Water Extraction and Shampoo
Absorbent Dry Compound
In-Plant Carpet Cleaning
Carpet Cleaning with Hot Water Extraction or 'Steam' Cleaning
Portable or truck-mounted equipment is used to spray heated detergent solution
into the carpet pile at a high pressure and immediately extracted along with
the suspended soil particles. The machine may employ rotary brushes or another
agitating device to work the solution into the pile and loosen soil.
Carpet Cleaning with Shampoo
In this method, detergent solution is released onto the carpet through openings
in a rotary brush, whose rotary action converts the solution into foam and
works it into the carpet. Once dry, vacuuming removes the residue containing
loose, encapsulated soil. At times, chemicals may be added to the detergent
solution to reduce odors, retard soiling, brighten colors and/or speed drying.
Carpet Cleaning with a Combination of Hot Water Extraction and Shampoo
As the name implies, this method uses the Hot Water Extraction method and
Shampoo. This method is especially effective for cleaning highly soiled
carpets, with heavy oil/soil build-up.
The process has two steps:
Shampoo using rotary brush to loosen soil
Hot Water Extraction using water rather than detergent solution to remove shampoo
Carpet Cleaning with Foams
This is a variation of 'Shampoo'. Foam is generally applied onto the carpet,
usually from aerosol containers, and rubbed in with a dry sponge. Once the
carpet is dry, the residue containing suspended soil is simple vacuumed away.
Since foam uses little water, there is no danger of over wetting and the
connected complications. But due to the same reason, this method is not as
effective as the "wetter" methods!
Carpet Cleaning using Bonnet Cleaning
This is another method similar to 'Shampoo'. Bonnet cleaning employs an
absorbent pad ('bonnet') attached to the bottom of a rotary machine. Detergent
solution is sprayed onto the carpet ad the rotary pad is used to agitate and
remove the soil suspended in the solution from the carpet. Once one side of the
pad gets soiled, the sides can be reversed. And when both sides get soiled, the
pad can be replaced and later cleaned.
This method is used in the regular maintenance of commercial buildings.
Carpet Cleaning with Absorbent Dry Compound
TA dry compound containing detergent/ solvent is sprinkled onto the carpet and
worked into the pile using machines. The soil particles get encapsulated in the
absorbent dry compound and are removed by vacuuming. Since this method does not
use any "wet" process, there is no danger of over wetting.
In-Plant Carpet Cleaning
This type of Carpet Cleaning is ideal for specialized cleaning of loose or
valuable rugs. The rugs are sent through a duster which extracts soil more
effectively than routine vacuuming. They are then washed and hung to dry in a
controlled air environment.
The Firm may also offer special service for repair of valuable rugs, using