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Steam Carpet Cleaning Provides The Best Restoration Cleaning
It's the combination of a powerful vacuum system, high heat (240 degrees) and safe, but powerful, cleaning agents. There is a common misconception that steam cleaning will cause your carpet to stay wet for many hours, or even days. This is simply not true. We use powerful truck-mounted carpet machines that have such a powerful vacuum system that the carpet dries in just a couple hours or less in most cases. So you’ve realized that it’s time to clean your carpets, but you don’t know where to start. Should you do it yourself, or hire a professional carpet cleaning service?
Unfortunately there is nothing available on the consumer level that has the cleaning power like a professional carpet cleaning system offers.
Can a professional carpet cleaner really do a better job?
Your not alone. People every day search the web for answers to all these questions. But there are so many so called “experts” that you don’t know who to trust. How do you really know?
How do you find a reputable and professional carpet cleaner who is honest, reliable, experienced and is reasonably priced?
What is the best method of carpet cleaning?
There are many different carpet cleaning methods available to consumers: encapsulation cleaning, bonnet cleaning, hot-water extraction (steam cleaning), absorbent compound and rotary shampoo/dry foam. Each method has its own pros and cons, but steam cleaning is by far the best restoration cleaning. It is widely considered the best method for removing deeply embedded soils. Other methods are good for maintenance cleaning, typically in commercial buildings, but homeowners don't want a maintenance cleaning, they want a deep, restoring and powerful cleaning that will remove spots, stains and deeply embedded soils.