Carpet Cleaners Parkdene

Hot Water Extraction Cleaning and Carpet Cleaners Parkdene !

This remains the most popular option. Your professional cleaner will steam clean your carpet using state-of-the-art cleaning equipment. Quality hot water extraction Carpet Cleaners Parkdene  equipment is used to ensure high levels of heat and suction, enhancing the results achieved.

Dry Cleaning:

Carpet Cleaners Parkdene  of the latest cleaning methods and has gained increasing popularity and approvals by leading carpet manufacturers because of its effective cleaning performance and convenience – with zero drying time required. Specialized machines are used to clean carpets with recently developed chemical technologies that allow no-moisture, or very low moisture cleaning and consequent removal of stains, dirt, sand, and common allergens.

Dry Foam:

A method is very similar to shampooing in that relies on the aggressiveness of the brushing action, which is administered by counter-rotating cylindrical brushes. The only difference is that the solution is whipped into foam and applied just before the brushes, instead of a liquid as used during the more old-school shampooing method.

Preconditioning:

Applying a preconditioning solution at Carpet Cleaners Parkdene   to the carpet hot and early in the process, allows it time to bond with the soil particles and dirt is easier to remove afterward. This helps to loosen up stubborn stains. The choice of preconditioning agent depends on the carpet ‘s fabric and your technician will always recommend the most suitable one for your needs.

Encapsulation:

Encapsulation uses synthetic detergents as a base that will crystallize into powder form when dry. Professional cleaners apply encapsulation products using specialized applicators or a compression sprayer. Once the detergent dries for Carpet Cleaners Parkdene , a vacuum is created which usually forms part of the cleaning process and sucks up the polymer and dirt crystals. This cleaning method has overtaken carpet-shampooing technology, as the former uses much less water during cleaning, which results in reduced drying time.