Carpet Cleaning

Hot Water Extraction / Steamcleaning

Hot water extraction is a highly effective way to clean carpets both as a maintenance clean and for challenging stains. We use both portable and truck mounted extraction methods depending on the logistics of the setup. The extraction tool has 4 precision made jets that create a very fine uniform stream of warm to hot water that is then sprayed at the appropriated pressure on the carpet. This displaces any soiling which is then immediately extracted using a strong vacuum.

Steps:

  • Pre inspection, identification of type of carpet, any soiled areas that need special attention, any logistical challenges/hazards in setting up or in completing process.
  • Vacuuming.
  • Pre-spotting any stains with appropriate surfactants.
  • Pre spraying using specialised detergent to break surface tension of soiled areas.
  • Heavy duty agitation of soiled areas if requested or advised by technician.
  • Steam cleaning area which includes a rinse which keeps the PH levels of the carpet at optimum levels as well as deodorising carpets.
  • Raking any longed piled carpets to leave an aesthetic pleasant groomed appearance.
  • Final inspection with client.

Mor Clean

The technology in carpet cleaning is changing at a rapid pace due to the worlds concerns with environmental impact. Mor-Clean is a low-moisture carpet cleaning system which uses up to 85% less water than conventional steam cleaning, has no waste water to dispose of and uses a fraction of the energy to power the machinery.

This technology differs greatly compared to removing the soils via hot water extraction or by transfer of the soils onto the bonnet pads of conventional dry cleaning methods.

Mor-Clean relies heavily on a thorough pre-vacuum to remove the dry soils from the carpet. This is the most crucial stage of the Mor-Clean. The Mor-Clean solution (Encapsulation) is then applied to the carpets using a sprayer and immediately dispersed through the carpet by rotary agitation using the correct brush/pad combination for maximum cleaning efficiency. Using nano-technology, the detergent penetrates the remaining soils and oils and encapsulates them into a slippery polymer which is left behind and will continue to encase and solidify for the following 24-48hrs. The remaining soils, now broken down into particles, are not visible to the naked eye yet are suspended in the polymer and readily vacuumed out on the next scheduled vacuum.

Steps:

  • Pre-inspection, identification of type of carpet, any soiled areas that need special attention, any logistical challenges/hazards in setting up or in completing process.
  • Vacuuming
  • Pre-spotting any stains with appropriate surfactants.
  • Pre-spraying using specialised encapsulation detergent to break surface tension of soiled areas.
  • Rotary agitation of all areas with brush or pad to loosen soil and stains within carpet.
  • Rotary agitation of all areas with pads to clean and transfer soil out of the carpet.
  • Raking of carpet to level pile and for presentation.
  • Final inspection with client.
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