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Old 06-26-2015, 08:49 AM   #41
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Thanks for nice posting. If you are getting bad smell from your rug, in my opinion Steam, cleaning increases the lifespan of your carpet. The dry foam method is appropriate for upholstery treatment also. If you are not sure how to clean your carpeting, make sure you get an expert advice. Most of the professional carpet cleaning companies provides dry carpet treatment options. Our services include extraction of water and drying out the structure by using special extraction equipment, air movers, and dehumidification equipment to restore your property back to normal and will work as quickly as possible.

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Old 06-29-2015, 10:19 PM   #42
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Excellent post! Dry carpet cleaning is most popular and in demand in the industry nowadays due to the quick ease of use and easy recovery from cleaning. However, steam cleaning is highly popular with results from my experience.. with your requirement of 2 hours of clean recovery time, i would strongly recommend dry cleaning which is quick and easy..
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There are 4 different types of carpet cleaning methods, Each method has its own pro's and con's
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Very useful thread. I was thinking about the same thing. I had a big office and was thinking about the same thing. I chose the hot water extraction method. Yes, the humidity is bigger but the final results are worth it
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Old 09-09-2015, 03:45 AM   #47
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For commercial use dry cleaning would work much better because after doing the shampoo to the carpet it needs to be dried under heat of same degree throughout.
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Old 09-17-2015, 01:33 AM   #48
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Old 10-25-2015, 12:45 AM   #49
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Steam clean all the way
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Old 11-07-2015, 07:32 AM   #50
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Our carpets are in bad need of a deep clean. Mud, oil, marmalade and toffees.
Are there any experts who can recommend what is the most cost effective method?
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Old 11-23-2015, 02:59 AM   #51
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Keeping your carpets clean might feel like an impossible task, especially if you have kids, pets or live in a muddy, dusty or rocky climate. But donít give up. You can take steps to keep your carpet clean and looking great without spending too much time or money. You can keep your carpets looking fresh and clean all year with these simple tips. The simplest way to keep your carpets clean is to vacuum regularly. But for an effective deep clean it is best to have your carpet steam cleaned. Even I wrote a blog on water damage carpet. You can just try it.
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Old 12-04-2015, 07:36 PM   #52
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We do the high temp extraction with truck mounted equipment. If they can't afford to do it right then we don't take them on as customers. We tell folks we're not going to be one of your lower prices. But we're going to be your best price. When we clean your carpet we get it clean. All the way clean.

Since we adopted this business practice, our customer retention has gone up considerably. Also it's sets us apart from the low ballers out the gate. There is an element of the over all customer base that still wants top quality. Those are the customers that will make you and your company. Find them. Court them. Love them. Keep them.
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Hello everyone i am wondering is anyone using a karcher machine for professional use ?
if not what other carpet cleaning machine would you recommend to start with ?
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If you have a few hours to let the carpet dry and want a deep clean, steam cleaning is the way to go. If you need to use the carpet right away or just need a light clean, dry cleaning may be better.
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A few things of note.

First, steam cleaning isn't really widely used anymore. Hot water extraction is frequently referred to as steam cleaning, but there isn't much steam involved in the process thanks to stain resistance being stripped off by it.

Second, not all dry cleaning methods are created equal. There's a world of difference between rotary bonnet, encapulation, dry extraction, and HOST dry extraction. Cost, training, results, you're comparing apples to oranges to the rest of a produce market by lumping them all together. Do your research.
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I think it depends on the carpet fibre types and stain types. When you determine the fibre and stain type it's easy to choose a suitable carpet cleaning method. Just be careful not to harm the carpet.
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Carpets get dirty daily due to foot traffic, pet stains, spots like beverages, cold drinks. The carpets must be cleaned regularly to avoid stains and spots. Take help from reliable and professional carpet cleaning service provider to clean the carpets. Dry cleaning of carpet is important and include vacuuming and grooming to remove the foot traffic. Steam cleaning is also required to clean the carpet fibres and comes under wet carpet cleaning.
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For dry cleaning large square footage i recommend cimex encapsulation.
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Great tips for wet carpet cleaning. Indeed it is nice ideas that are useful and helpful. Clean it regularly and wipe it dry whenever it gets wet. Deep cleaning helps to remove embedded dirt and dust.
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