Harry - that's clean Harry not Dirty Harry - has been cleaning carpets and upholstery for more than 25 year...30 years to be exact, and counting. You could say that it's in his blood. He is passionate about ensuring that your home or office is at its peak when it comes to living or working in a healthy and safe environment. That is why Harry has been trained to utilize the safest cleaning products and chemicals, as well as educate himself on the various fabrics and textiles that can be found in most homes and businesses. At Fibre Tech Carpet Care Ltd. , we are focused on providing excellence in carpet and upholstery cleaning services with the highest levels of customer satisfaction – we will do everything we can to meet your expectations.
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What Cleaning Method Do We Use?
We only use Hot Water Extraction:
Although there is an industrial cleaning process that is in fact steam cleaning, in the context of carpet cleaning, "steam cleaning" is usually a misnomer for or mischaracterization of the hot water extraction cleaning method. The hot water extraction cleaning method uses equipment that sprays heated water (not steam), with added cleaning chemicals on the carpet while simultaneously vacuuming the sprayed water along with any dislodged and dissolved dirt. Many carpet manufacturers recommend professional hot water extraction as the most effective carpet cleaning method. Actual steam could damage manmade carpet fibres or shrink natural fibres such as wool.
The primary advantage of the hot water extraction cleaning method is that effective cleaning is possible using hot water with very dilute detergent solutions. This avoids the problems associated with detergent residues that can remain in the carpet with other cleaning methods. Detergent residues on carpet fibers can attract dirt from the soles of shoes as people walk on a carpet, causing the carpet to become dirty again soon after cleaning.
Since the use of detergents and other chemicals is minimized with the hot water extraction cleaning method, this method is advantageous for persons concerned about possible chemical exposure, especially for children crawling or playing on recently-cleaned carpets. This method also minimizes concerns about breathing volatile chemical compounds that might be used in other cleaning methods. Shaw Floors, the largest carpet manufacturer, says this:
Research indicates that the hot water extraction system provides the best capability for cleaning. This system is commonly referred to as "steam cleaning," although no steam is actually generated. The process consists of applying a cleaning agent into the carpet pile and using water in the extractor to recover the used solution and soil. This can be done from a truck-mounted unit outside the home with only the hose and wand brought inside or by a portable hot water extraction system brought into the home."