What you need to know about 5 types of carpet cleaning

What you need to know about 5 types of carpet cleaning

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Different carpet cleaning techniques exist. Various varieties of carpets may be cleaned in a wide variety of methods. Most individuals are unaware that because carpet fibres are not all created equal, different varieties of carpet will call for various cleaning techniques. While some carpet fibres can benefit from certain cleaners, others may be damaged by them. When hiring any carpet cleaning business to come to a home and clean the carpet anyway they see fit without considering what is best for the carpet, it is vital to conduct some prior research.

TOP CARPET CLEANING METHODS

ENCAPSULATION CLEANING

Before applying the encapsulating chemical in the encapsulation cleaning process, the carpet is vacuumed. The carpet is then agitated using a rotary agitation machine, allowing the encapsulating chemical to absorb and separate the dirt on the carpet. A vacuum is used to remove the finished product. This cleaning procedure is quick and requires little downtime thanks to the low-moisture method. As a result, carpets may be placed back into service as soon as possible. This is an excellent industrial carpet cleaning and maintenance technique that keeps the surface of the carpet with heavy foot activity looking beautiful.

CARPET CLEANING BY BONNET

Since the volume of carpet found in commercial buildings, this approach is most commonly employed. It is not intended to be extremely successful, because commercial buildings are already heavily trafficked. In essence, using this technique will keep the carpets looking clean and new, despite the possibility that some dirt and dust may still be hiding beneath the surface. Following the application of a chemical detergent to the carpet, the carpet is worked over using a rotary machine fitted with an absorbent pad.

CARPET CLEANING

After our service, your carpets will look sparkling new  – that it should be. .

UPHOLSTRY CLEANING

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TILE & GROUT CLEANING

We clean most types of tile including porcelain, ceramic, and Victorian and terracotta floors.

CLEANING USING DRY POWDER

Using “the host system,” a method is used for dry powder cleaning. This method calls for the use of a soft, natural cleaning product along with a tiny amount of water, detergent, and a non-toxic solvent. To create clumps that resemble sawdust, this mixture is then sprinkled into the carpet. To disintegrate and absorb dirt, these aggregates function like tiny sponges. After the clumps are swept out, the carpet surface is cleaner. Because this technique just cleans the carpet’s surface, it is not regarded as a “deep clean.” This is a maintenance cleaning method that is suitable for usage in businesses.

CARPET CLEANING WITH DRY FOAM

The dry cleaning procedure and the shampoo cleaning method are combined in dry foam carpet cleaning. It’s a successful procedure, and because of the sort of vacuuming and foam involved, it works best on rough carpets. This foam adheres to hazardous fibres and the like. It also resembles shampooing in that it relies on abrasive brushing techniques, often a counter-rotating cylindrical brush motion. The foam is then evacuated, together with everything it has attracted, leaving your carpet as good as new.

Carpet Cleaning

UPHOLSTERY

Tile & Grout Cleaning

RUGS

Mattress Cleaning

MATTRESSES

Patios Cleaning

PATIOS

Tiles Cleaning

TILES

EXTRACTION WITH HOT WATER

To remove dirt, stains, and grime from carpet fibres, hot water extraction uses a mixture of high-temperature water combined with cleaning ingredients that are pushed into the carpet under high pressure. The unclean water and particles from the carpet are extracted with a strong vacuum. For both household and commercial applications, hot water extraction is an efficient deep-cleaning technique. The filth that has been deeply embedded in the carpet fibres can be removed with this technique.

Hobbs Carpet Cleaning can provide the most dependable and visually appealing solutions to any of your carpet cleaning difficulties.

TESTIMONIALS

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Cecilia Lam
Cecilia Lam
2024-04-12
Great service, super responsive to emails even on a Sunday. There were also prompt reminders. The end result is excellent, carpet looks new and the multsteps cleaning process is very throughout. Highly recommend!
Alison Bennett
Alison Bennett
2024-04-08
Great service from booking to final results. Had my three piece suite cleaned and looks like new. Booking was easy and communication and reminders of the booking were well timed and great prompts. Would thoroughly recommend
Sarah Brandley
Sarah Brandley
2024-04-03
Ben responded to my enquiry so quickly and the price was competitive, he was able to come over really quickly too considering it was Easter. Great service and lots of good follow on advice. Carpet is looking brand new and I’d definitely recommend to anyone considering getting a professional clean done. I vax twice a year and it doesn’t come close to the job Ben was able to do!
Alison Scales
Alison Scales
2024-04-03
A very professional and friendly service
Anjalee Perera
Anjalee Perera
2024-03-27
Very efficient, easy to organise and did a great job!
Emma |Hayles
Emma |Hayles
2024-03-27
Fantastic service from start to finish! Thanks again!
Amanda Bonds
Amanda Bonds
2024-03-22
Excellent prompt service and with amazing results given the state of the carpets I have inheritted with the property would definately recommend
Liam Constable
Liam Constable
2024-03-16
Great business to work with, fast response, great service and results were good on carport cleaning. Now going to book them to do my sofas.
Richard Northcote
Richard Northcote
2024-03-12
A professional service at a good price. The job- living room, 1bedroom, stairs and landing - took just over an hour. Will use again when needed.
Hasnaat Khan
Hasnaat Khan
2024-02-29
Ben arrived promptly, got the job done, and has good customer service. I'd recommend