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On this job, it was a cold, wet, dreary day and we decided to use the Low Moisture Cleaning process for the carpets to keep the doors shut and the heat inside.
These carpets cleaned up really well as you can see in the picture below but they also were dry by the time we left the job.
No Open Doors, No Reappearing Spots (because of the quick dry times), No Loud Equipment or Tripping Hazards With Vacuum Hoses.
As with any carpet cleaning the most crucial and often overlooked part of the process begins with vacuuming (dry soil removal). Close to 1 hour was spent on this job vacuuming alone. First we used a commercial vacuum on all of the carpeting (even under the furniture) followed with a backpack vacuum to detail all edges, door jambs and under desks. A high quality, Eco-Friendly encapsulation cleaner is then applied and allowed to dwell. This step is followed with either a brush or fiber pad used to agitate the cleaner into the fibers of the carpeting. After agitation is completed then the extraction process begins with either a micro-fiber or cotton pad to absorb the suspended soils. The carpets are left clean and nearly dry (depending on the amount of cleaner used due to the soil load) at this point with one added bonus to the customer, the cleaning solution is polymer based which also imparts a anti-resoiling property to the fiber.