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post #1 of Old 07-14-2016, 10:44 AM Thread Starter
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Hot water vs Self Contained Cold Water Carpet Extraction

I have a tennant self contained unit that I use, im curious because I do not have or have ever used a hot water extractor the pros and cons of each.
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post #2 of Old 08-11-2016, 10:13 PM
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Hot water extraction is a great way to dry the carpet faster after you clean it.
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nice tips
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of course, hot water is better for removing stubborn dirt but it can cause the carpet color fading
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Save yourself some money and invest in a bucket heater. It'll heat the water up to boiling
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awesome tip
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Nice tips shared. . .
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Thanks for sharing nice tips!
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Hot water extraction method is the best one for carpet and rug cleaning. It is because heat speeds up the eat speeds up the activity of the molecular structure in chemicals that are used for cleaning the carpets. Thus, these chemicals clean much better. Heat is also useful for melting the soils, unwanted matter on the carpets. The cleaning solution suspends the soil which is then removed with the help of an extractor.
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