Types Of Capet Cleaning Dry Foam Carpet Cleaning
The dry foam carpet cleaning procedure is mostly rather than not wet as the name infers, although the content of moisture
is so low that it can actually be referred to as compltley waterless foam (90% air – 10% liquid). For carpets that have soaked in the daily mess of life, Tempe Carpet Cleaning Pros has revolutionized carpet cleaning with this newly formulated rug and upholstery shampoo. This unique dry carpet cleaner requires no water to activate the cleaning agents and works instantly upon application.
Benefits of dry foam carpet cleaning
- Does Not Require Water To Activate Cleaning Agents
- Begins To Work Upon Application
- Easy Application
- Great For Carpet, Cloth Seats, Headliners And Seatbelts
The dry foam carpet cleaner
is equipped with a pressure tank, which you will pour a solution of water and shampoo into. A compressor will work to convert the solution into the foam which is then dispensed all over the carpet using a revolving cylindrical brush. The brush will work to comb the foam through the piles of the carpet so that each individual fiber of the floor is cleaned.
To achieve success, you must make sure that the bubbles being produced are of the uniformed size so the foam can complete the cleaning process before it is dispersed. Once it has dried, your floor is
then thoroughly vacuumed to remove the dried crystals
of dirt that have been left behind.
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Below, are the steps to the dry foam carpet cleaning procedure:
1. First of all, vacuum the room and
remove all the stains that you possibly can.
2. Mix the dry foam solution according to
the directions of the manufacturer.
3. Shampoo the carpet then once it has dried,
vacuum the carpet.
4. Depending on the type of carpet you
have, groom the pile to speed the drying process.
5. Complete the work by using a furniture
leg pad or block to eliminate furniture stains
The process of dry foam carpet cleaning is capable of covering a lot of area in a very short amount of
time. There isn’t really any danger involved in saturating the carpet simply because the moisture content is low. This will also help you to minimize the problems that are commonly associated with over wetting.
The dry foam method is capable of removing average levels of soil. There is, however, a possibility of excessive residue and soil build up if the machine you are using has inadequate extraction capabilities.