Have you been thinking about cleaning your carpet? However, are you completely confused about whether carpet steam cleaning or dry cleaning is better for your carpet?
Simply put, both methods can achieve. The best results and the most significant difference is the amount of water used in the cleaning process. Hygiene quality ultimately depends heavily on professionals, chemicals, and equipment.
Impossible to do carpet steam cleaning or dry cleaning?
Before we explored the differences, we wanted to introduce our Carpet Steam Clean. Carpet Steam Clean uses both processes; removing high stains of dry cleaning and deep cleaning of the hot water system is clean to remove heavy dirt.
We recommend Carpet Steam Clean for dirty or neglected carpet or when the client needs a spotless carpet, such as homes with children crawling around or if someone with asthma or allergies lives there. You can ask your professional or booking agent for more information on our Website.
What If My Carpet Needs To Be Cleaned?
In the field of carpet cleaning, we call these heavy car parts. Of course, it can be that some areas of our home are more mobile than others, which is why we offer Heavy Traffic treatment in your home. It does for living rooms and hallways that see more foot traffic and therefore more wear and tear.
Carpet Steam Clean Treatment includes an application for a Great Heavy Traffic Cleaning Solution that breaks down the oil, grease, and sugar that carries dirt on your carpet. Combine that with the Electro dry cleaning program, and your heavy traffic areas will look great in years!
Good and Evil
- Dry soil removes with pre-vacuum using industrial power equipment.
- Carpet treat with a dry cleaning solvent, a mixture of dry liquid chemicals added to water.
- Dry cleaners dispose of oily residue on carpet fibers. Oil makes dirt stick to parties, so removing that oil makes it easier for the soil to remove.
- Cotton pipes soak in hot water and, using a conditioning rinse, are placed under a rotating machine. The machine wraps the pads around, removing dirt from the carpet. The pipes replace as need during the cleaning process.
- Pre-vacuum should make, as any dry soil will turn into mud during the cleaning process.
Steam cleaning is also known as Hot Water Cleaning. This process involves injecting hot water into your carpet with tremendous pressure and then draining the water. At this point, the dirt removes from the carpet with water.
An effective steam cleaner should first treat stains and use a pre-spray to remove surface friction on the carpet. It will ensure that water can penetrate deep into the carpet cords before release.
How does this work?
This process leaves the carpet movement dry and is ready to continue for just one hour. Carpet Dry Cleaning Solutions can remove more stains than other cleaning procedures. Electro dry Carpet Dry Cleaning produces unique carpet steam cleaning solutions that restore the natural brightness of the carpet by restoring the chemical balance.
A professional can get good results if they use pre-spray sprays, tamper with the carpet and take the time and effort to drain as much water as possible from the carpet. This process can leave the carpet very wet, and it can take up to 24 hours for the carpet to dry completely, days in some cases.
Without proper treatment ahead of time, steam cleaning will not remove oily stains (dark areas on the carpet). The oily residue needs to remove. Otherwise, the stain may remain or appear as soon as the dirt adheres to the oily residue.
Carpets permanently removed early. Carpet cleaning solution removes oily residues. It identifies more spots than other processes. It can restore the balance of chemicals on your carpet. Get ready in one hour.
Qualified professionals can get the best results if the procedure does do correctly. Professional cleaners often bring a comprehensive list of cleaners with them, and they will not leave your property until they have done all the work from it.
Ineffective in removing oily spots without pre-operative treatment. The stains may remain or re-emerge as dirt adheres to oily residues that do not release properly. You can leave the carpet very wet, and it can take up to 24 hours to dry.
Dry Cleaning and Steam Cleaning
Both of these systems can work; however, steam cleaning will have a longer drying time and may not work as well as dry cleaning by removing stains.
Cleaning carpet uses less moisture, so your floor will be ready to move quickly and completely dry in 1 to 2 hours.
Both methods have their advantages. Talk to an Electro dry expert today to see how we recommend leaving your carpet clean and healthy.