Don’t have to detach the carpet
Why to choose a company for the carpet cleaning? First of all – you don’t detach the carpet – all companies are coming to your home and do the cleaning on site. The cleaning that companies provide will guarantee deep, quality cleaning. If it is needed, companies like Prolux Carpet Cleaning London will provide you with dry cleaning – a method that does not use water or any kind of fluid. In this process, a machine is used to shoot dust like cleaning chemical inside the carpet’s fibers. When rubbed into the carpet, this dust like foam attracts all the dust and grime. In the end this mixture is sucked up from the machine and your carpet is finally cleaned, dry and ready to use! The method of dry cleaning is not used with all types of carpets, but the already treated carpets are harder to be stained.
Using Deep Steam Cleaning Method
Another method of carpet cleaning is the Deep carpet cleaning. It is used in cases like very deep staining and change of the carpet’s structure, due to dirt and stains. In this method, again a powerful professional machine is used to rub in the cleaning agent. After the treatment everything is sucked up from the machine. The carpet is washed and dried – this will take care of any residue from the cleaning solution or surface dirt. After the cleaning, the carpet will be a bit moist, but it will be completely dry in couple of hours.
Some companies like Prolux Carpet Cleaning London offer their clients with another method of cleaning – vapor cleaning. In this method, no soap or any other chemical is used – only hot water and a light natural detergent. This cleaning agent mixed with hot steam dissolves all the dirt inside the carpet. No rubbing is needed, which makes the steam cleaning highly effective in cleaning natural-fiber carpets. Just before finishing, the cleaner will again use the machine to suck up the dirt and dust mites and dry the carpet completely. Ask our Prolux Carpet Cleaning London consultants about the different types of carpet and carpet cleaning!