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All our services include a thorough inspection of carpet & rug conditions. You will receive a 20 Point inspection throughout your entire home absolutely free! We include this service to educate our customers on how to improve their life and value of their homes.
The Science Of Carpet Cleaning
Question : What is the difference between the methods of carpet cleaning called “Dry Bonnet Cleaning” and the “Steam Cleaning?“
Answer : See Comparison Chart Below
After club soda mixed with cleaning product is deposited onto the surface as mist, a round buffer or “bonnet” scrubs the mixture with rotating motion. This industry machine resembles a floor buffer, with an absorbent spin pad that attracts soil and is rinsed or replaced repeatedly. The bonnet method is not strictly dry-cleaning and involves short drying time, and usually only addresses the top third of carpet, making it a quick solution rather than a deep cleaning of dirt or odor as considered suitable for valuable carpet. To reduce pile distortion, the absorbent pad should be kept well-lubricated with cleaning solution.
NO! The maintenance brochure published by the world’s largest carpet manufacturer, Shaw Industries, suggests not using this method, especially on cut pile, due to pile distortion and fiber damage.
- Fast Drying
- No Sucking Dirt Out
- Carpet Distortion
- Fiber Damage
- Limited Soil Removal
- Leaves Excess Detergent in Carpet Due To No Extraction
- Rapid Re-Soiling Often Occurs
- Spinning Bonnet May Distort Carpet Fibers Leaving Swirl Marks
- Non-Traditional Techniques Yield Higher Risk For Homeowner
Though commonly called “Steam Cleaning”, no actual steam is involved in the HWE cleaning process, apart from steam that may escape incidentally from hot water. When the cleaning solution comes in contact with the carpet/rug, it is anywhere between 120-250 degrees Fahrenheit, according to the heat available from the cleaning unit. For instance, in a modern truck-mounted carpet cleaning machine, water can be heated to 300+ degrees (F), but after passing through high pressure steel braided hose and several manifolds, the water loses much of its heat.
The typical cleaning method involves a preconditioning of the soiled surface with an alkaline (7 or above on the pH Scale) agent, followed by light agitation with a grooming brush and appropriate dwell time. Next, the surface is passed over several times with a cleaning tool (either manual or automatic) to thoroughly rinse out the preconditioner and, using an acetic acid solution, lower the pH of the fibres to a neutral state. Finally, the surface is dried sufficiently to avoid any possibility of saturation.
YES! The maintenance brochure published by the world’s largest carpet manufacturer, Shaw Industries, through conducted research indicates that it provides the best capability for cleaning
- 120 – 300 Degree Soap Penetrates All Dirt & Grime Stains
- Vacuum System Sucks Dirt Out
- Carpet Has Zero Distortion But Beautiful Steam Lines
- Fibers Are Not Damaged But Conditioned
- Heavy Soil Removal
- No Excess Detergent in Carpet Due To High Extraction
- Less To Zero Re-Soiling
- Leaves Beautiful Carpet Lines
- Traditional Technique Yields Low Risk For Homeowner
- The Absolute Best System Designed For All Carpets & Rugs!
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