Carpet cleaning methods used by professionals

Many people try to clean their carpets themselves as they believe they can save money that way. Cleaning your carpet at home is disadvantageous and, at some point, has limitations. If you plan to clean the carpet yourself, you should know about carpet fiber and construction and which cleaning tool is suitable for cleaning. 
However, a professional carpet cleaning company can do a better job with less hassle, and you can do something that you like to do.
The best companies use various cleaning methods to clean carpets for both residential and commercial applications. Each method has its advantages and disadvantages.  Most people find that steam cleaning is the best way to revive their carpets. Let us look at different carpet cleaning methods.
In Hot Water Extraction Cleaning, a professional cleaner will steam clean your carpet with the latest cleaning equipment. A reliable service uses the best hot water extraction equipment to ensure a high level of heat and suction, improving results. 
Dry cleaning is one of the most advanced cleaning methods. It has gained increasing popularity and acceptance by well-known carpet manufacturers due to its cleaning efficiency and convenience, as it does not require drying time.

This includes using specialized machines to clean carpets with the latest chemical technologies that allow cleaning without moisture or with very little humidity, resulting in beautiful carpets free from stains, dirt, sand, and allergens.
Carpet shampooing seems a great way to clean dirty carpets; however, the downside to the technology is that it leaves wet foam residue on the carpet and takes longer to dry. When it dries, it becomes sticky because there is no washing after shampooing, resulting in rapid soiling. 
The dry foam method is quite similar to carpet shampooing and uses rotating cylindrical brushes. The only difference is that solution is poured as foam and applied as shampoo, unlike a liquid in shampooing.
Encapsulation uses synthetic detergents that dry to forms crystals. Initially, encapsulation formulation attempts were hampered, and after cleaning, the carpets quickly became soiled again as the remaining residue would continue to attract dirt.
Synthetic detergents used in encapsulation are applied using compression sprayers. Once the detergent dries, vacuum cleaner is used to remove polymers and dirt.
Although they attach to the carpet fibers, the bond is fragile, and the residues easily breakups from the fibers. This cleaning method has outperformed shampooing technology because it uses less water during pre-cleaning, resulting in a shorter drying time.
Bonnet Cleaning produces good surface cleaning results because the process consists mainly of cleaning the top of the carpet fiber using a heavy-duty motorized machine, with a spinning pad drenched with a cleaning solution to absorb dirt from the surface of the carpet.
There are severe limitations to this type of cleaning. It only cleans up to one-eighth of an inch deep, and it leaves a residue. It is generally used on thin but very resistant carpets. When used on the wrong type of carpet, it will damage the pile and rub dirt deeper instead of removing it. Using an antimicrobial agent to clean the carpet properly is recommended.

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