There are several methods of Carpet cleaning being used throughout the world, on this page we are going to take
a look at the methods that are known as Dry carpet cleaning methods which include Low Moisture Carpet cleaning, Dry
solvent carpet cleaning and Dry foam shampoo carpet cleaning.
Whilst the main reason for cleaning carpets is for a fresh clean home, some of the other reasons are to remove
stains and grit and any allergens. Over the last few years it has become widely accepted that having your carpets
cleaned on a regular basis can extend their life as well as provide a healthier environment for you to live in.
When I was carpet cleaning, some years ago, I used to carry a number of carpet cleaning systems in my van, so that
I could choose the system that I thought would be most suitable for each situation.
At that time we used to provide what I called a Restoration clean or a maintenance clean.
The restoration clean was for fairly dirty carpets that needed a thorough clean to bring them back to almost
their original condition.
The maintenance clean was for lightly soiled carpets that just needed freshening up.
Low moisture carpet cleaning method, tips and advice.
When I first purchased my Low Moisture Carpet cleaning system it was my intention to just use it for the maintenance cleans, as it lends itself to this type of clean very well. But I found that it was well capable of some of the restoration cleans, as well.
Dry Solvent Carpet cleaning method, tips and advice
The Dry Solvent Carpet cleaning system involves using similar chemicals to those used in Dry Cleaning shops and therefore a great deal of care is needed as well as protective clothing, including gloves and breathing masks. It is rarely used on carpets, but some silk rugs or expensive oriental rugs will need cleaning this way. This method is best left to the experts
Description of Dry Shampoo Carpet cleaning, tips and advice.
This is a system that has been used for many years by householders to clean their carpets.
In recent years there have been great advances in the chemicals used and now there are nano chemicals available that can produce excellent results. These systems range from a sponge roller and a small bottle of solution, to electric powered foam producers. Which ever system used the principal is the same, the foam is brushed on to or through the carpet and then left to dry. The residue is then vacuumed off.