4 Types of Carpet Cleaning Methods

Cleaning the carpet at regular intervals is necessary to maintain it and increase its life. While searching for professional carpet cleaners; there’s a confusion regarding which one to select. In order to be clear on this, it is necessary to know the type of carpet cleaning method used by these firms.

As every method may not work on your carpet, it is recommended to check the method first. There are five types of carpet cleaning methods used by most of the professional carpet cleaning firms.

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Let’s take a look at these to understand which one suits our carpet:

Widely used Carpet cleaning methods: 

  • Hot water extraction cleaning: In common language, it is known as steam carpet cleaning. In this method, hot water with high pressure is used to stir the carpet fibre and soften the dirt in the carpet.
  • In this method, cleaning agent is applied on soiled surface and then carpet is washed with brush followed by rinsing. Once the cleaning agent gets settled in the carpet for a while, then the carpet will be cleaned with the cleaning equipment to remove the cleaning agent completely and then it is left for drying in room or in air conditioner.
  • 3000 sq ft Office carpet cleaning usually takes 2 hours of time and 4 hours to dry. For offices, it is advisable to clean the carpet during afternoon so that it can be kept overnight for drying and the next morning operations can be resumed as usual.

Cleaning Carpets with Shampoo:

  • Another way to clean carpets is using shampoo. After arrival of encapsulation technology in 1970s, this method reduced its popularity. Carpet shampooing is done for heavily soiled carpets however it leaves huge amount of foam residues in the carpet.As a result, it takes more time to dry and once dried, it
  • As a result, it takes more time to dry and once dried, it become sticky because in this method rinsing is not done and that’s why the carpet quickly gets re-spoiled. This drawback makes this method less popular.

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Encapsulation:

  • This carpet cleaning method was introduced in 1970s. It uses synthetic detergents that get converted into powder form after getting dried. Dirt particles separated from the carpet fibre are wrapped in powder when the cleaning foam dries and after drying; the carpet is either vacuumed or brushed.
  • This encapsulation technique is more popular as it requires less water for cleaning. This reduces the drying time. Environment lovers prefer this method as less chemical debris is left once the cleaning process is over.
  • However, this is not suitable method for heavily spoiled carpets. So, if your carpet is too much dirty; please avoid this.

Bonnet Cleaning:

  • This cleaning method is known for producing good surface results as the process mainly includes cleaning the top part of the carpet fibre with a motorised machine that has a spinning pad immersed in cleaning solution so that it can absorb dirt from carpet surface.
  • This cleaning method is known for producing good surface results as the process mainly includes cleaning the top part of the carpet fibre with a motorised machine that has a spinning pad immersed in cleaning solution so that it can absorb dirt from carpet surface.
  • This method is widely used in hotels as it can give a quick fix solution for cleaning carpets in heavy public area where less moisture is needed for carpet cleaning. This can dry quickly and hence no disturbance is caused and guests don’t have to bear any inconvenience.

With these methods, carpet cleaning becomes easy. Whether you want to get your home or office carpet cleaned, you can always get in touch with Professional carpet cleaning Adelaide where expert services are offered at nominal rates.

Call us today to get your carpet cleaned in a professional manner.

 

 

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