Rejuvenate Your Carpets
We keep your commercial carpets, area rugs, berber carpeting, oriental rugs, and more looking great. Here's how:
- Hot water extraction or steam cleaning is a cleaning method that begins with dry soil removal (vacuuming) followed by preconditioning. Hot water is applied (between 110 degrees to 165 degrees) to the carpet from a holding tank or heating coil incorporated into the cleaning unit. The pressurized solution, often combined with detergent, is injected into the carpet. Suspended soil is removed by combining the flushing action of injected solutions with wet vacuuming. Normal drying time required is 12-24 hours.
- Bonnet cleaning is the process where a pre-spray is first applied to the carpet and then extracted using bonnets on a rotating floor machine. On the bottom of the machine the technician will place a drive block which is a plastic block with plastic spikes designed to hold the cleaning pad in place. The bonnets themselves are usually 100% cotton and are normally dry or slightly moistened. The bonnet will turn in a circular motion while the technician moves the machine from side to side, changing or rinsing the pad as it becomes soiled. Normal drying time required is 1-2 hours.
- Spot cleaning of carpets with special spot cleaning machine or removal of deep set in stains by way of bonnet cleaning.
- Upholstery cleaning by way of an upholstery cleaning hot water extraction method for use on any type of commercial grade furniture and fabrics.