Low-Moisture Carpet Cleaning Options
Professional carpet cleaning can be difficult in environments that can’t afford too much downtime. This could be a work setting that employees need constant access to, or could even just be your home. The point is, sometimes you need a carpet cleaning solution that doesn’t get in the way of your day to day schedule.
High-quality deep cleaning services can take a long time. Although the results are always incredible, some people just can’t afford to not access certain spaces for a long period of time. When this poses an issue, we suggest a low moisture clean.
Low moisture cleaning services are usually recommended when your carpet has light soiling. This is often the case in homes, with a general buildup of dirt being brought in from the outside. Over time your carpet can become discoloured without any obvious isolated stains. Sometimes our clients don’t fully appreciate how soiled their carpet has become until it’s been cleaned by us!
Why choose a low-moisture cleaning service?
Aside from the previously mentioned benefit of limiting downtime, other carpet cleaning methods, when not used in the right setting, can actually have a detrimental impact on your flooring.
Applying too much heat or moisture to your carpet when cleaning can cause wicking. What this does is turn the carpet a brown or yellow colour, actually making it look less clean than before! The same will happen if your carpet’s PH levels become slightly more alkaline than normal. This breaks down the carpet’s pigment, which will also lead to unwanted colour change over time.
This seems like a lot to take in, doesn’t it? The good news is that you’re not expected to know this. As professional carpet cleaners, we do all the hard work for our clients. We will assess which service would be best for your situation and go with that. To read our blog all about how to clean your wool carpet, you can do so by clicking here.
Dry carpet cleaning
Another excellent option depending on your carpet type, soiling and setting. Dry cleaning your carpets tends to be used in environments where downtime has to be minimal. We highly recommend this to public buildings, schools and offices that need to be open constantly.
In the instance of dry cleaning, we use either a solvent cleaner, which evaporates quickly or a dry powder. Both methods leave your carpets not only dry, but ready to use almost instantly! This method of cleaning can also be used on fabrics such as viscose and sisal, carpet types that cannot be wet cleaned due to their reactions when exposed to moisture.
To learn more about our low-moisture and dry-cleaning solutions, or to find out which services are best for your carpet, you can get in touch by clicking here. Alternatively, call our friendly team on tel: 08006446545