Carpet Cleaning Process

Us many people know carpet cleaning is  for appearance, people don’t link to see stains on carpets and not only does it give an unpleasant appearance a dirty carpet, if it is dangerous for the health, a dirty carpet keeps many germs and batteries..

Clean carpets are recognized by manufacturers as being more visually pleasing, potentially longer-lasting, and probably healthier than poorly maintained carpets. In summary, carpet cleaning is important in a home, probably the most important one.

It is also important on some occasions to know the process of cleaning a carpet, in order to hire someone and know if he really does it well.

That’s why we explain the process of carpet cleaning.

Our Carpet Cleaning Service Process

  • Hot water extraction
  • Dry compound
  • Bonnet
  • Dry foam carpet cleaning
  • Stain removal

Hot water extraction, also known as steam carpet cleaning, are some machines especially to leave a truly clean carpet, but you should know that there are different types of these machines and different qualities. We implement only those recommended by the professionals and that are proven to work very well. Jon Don is a company that knows well on the subject and has the best equipment for carpet cleaning.

Dry Compound

We brushed or scrubbed in some areas of the carpets. For small areas we dissolve dirt, dirt and grime.

Bonnet

After a cleaning product is deposited onto the surface as mist, a round buffer or “bonnet” scrubs the mixture with a rotating motion. This industry machine resembles a floor buffer, with an absorbent spin or oscillating pad that attracts soil and is rinsed or replaced repeatedly. The bonnet method is not strictly dry-cleaning.

When there is a large amount of foreign material in the carpet, extraction with a wet process may be needed. Normally, the spin-bonnet method may not be as capable of sanitizing carpet fibers due to the lack of hot water, for this a special thermo machine is needed, here the buffing machine is equipped with a heating, to heat up the bonnet, but a post-cleaning application of an antimicrobial agent is used to make up for this. A small amount of water is required with spin-bonnet carpet cleaning. It only cleans the top of the carpet 1/8 inch but it is very fast for wide areas. However, bonnet cleaning is not the best mechanism for completely removing the chemical that is pre-sprayed onto a carpet. It is recommended that only surfactant free or encapsulating products are used.

Dry foam carpet cleaning

Dry foam cleaning involves applying a cleaning foam blanket to the surface area of a carpet immediately after a dry clean. The foam is left to stand for 10 minutes to allow chemical agents to affect the carpet. This method is typically used to remove grease from the surface; some foams have color brighteners, protectants and anti-soiling agents. It is not a completely dry method since the foam is 90% air and 10% liquid. A dry foam machine consists of a pressure tank in which a solution of water and shampoo is added. This method is used for water-sensitive carpets, needle felt, and other carpet types whose construction inhibits sufficient water extraction.

Stain removal


Our professional technician will look for spots and apply the right product.

The longer the stain material remains in the carpet, the higher the chance of permanent color change, even if all the original stain material is removed. At times pets urinate on the carpet and this results in a bad odor especially when it is hot and humid. The carpet or rug is usually taken outside and immersed in water to remove such stains. Immediately blotting (not rubbing) the stain material as soon as possible will help reduce the chances of permanent color change. Artificial food coloring stains are generally considered permanent stains. These may be removed by professional cleaners or deep cleaning rental machines with heat-transfer stain-reducing chemicals, but carry risks of burning the carpet

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