Carpet Shampoo Bonnet Cleaning

 

Carpet Shampoo Cleaning Method

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Best suited for pile commercial carpeting, low pile carpeting that is highly soiled, or carpeting made of natural fabric (wool flax, wool boucle, wool tipple, wool cord, wool linear, wool sisal, wool cord, sisal boucle, sisal colour, sisal panama, sisal super panama, sisal souper boucle, sisal herringbone, mountain grass, seagrass, jute, coir), this method has very good agitation and, unless used with someone other type of carpet cleaning, does not involve extraction in the cleaning process but rather relies on vacuuming after the shampoo dries. Because of the high aggressiveness and large amounts of carpet shampoocleaning product residue that is left behind. At times, chemicals may be added to the detergent solution to reduce odours, retard soiling, brighten colours and / or speed drying. Carpet Cleaning 4U use a specially-formulated liquid detergent compound on carpets. Carpet shampoo is often used in conjunction with a rotary-style carpet cleaning machine. The general idea of using carpet shampoo is to create thick foam which will attract and suspend dirt particles scrubbed out of the carpet pile. Once this dirty foam has dried, the residue can be vacuumed away. A good carpet shampoo must be able to generate a considerable amount of long-lasting foam to be most effective. This means the use of ingredients similar to those found in hair shampoos. A chemical called sodium lauryl sulphate gives carpet shampoo its foamy quality, while dirt removers called anionic detergents provide cleaning power. Because dirt particles actually form an electrostatic bond with Carpet Fibres, anionic agents are used to break that bond and provide a more 'attractive' alternative. Because the carpet cleaning machine uses strong brushes to agitate the foam, a good carpet shampoo must also have a lubricating quality to protect the carpet from tangles and distress. A carpet shampoo used in conjunction with a wet extraction machine should also contain water softeners. After the carpet has been cleaned, we strongly recommend the application of a good soil Protector, which helps the carpet shed dirt and Stains and extends the time between Major Cleanings.

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Please could you thank the girls for yesterday's cleaning; they managed to banish the lime scale around the kitchen sink so it looks as good as new.

Henrietta Dove, Oxford, 17/08/2011
Very good, polite, on time, efficient and really very friendly.

Kate Shanahan, East Sheen, London, 09/05/2006
I was satisfied. Thanks!

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