Vacuuming is no substitute
Many people believe that because they vacuum their carpets regularly, they don’t need to deep clean them. However there is a very big difference between using a vacuum cleaner and deep cleaning. While a vacuum cleaner removes dust and dirt from the surface of the carpets, it doesn’t actually clean them with detergents, and it doesn’t always reach the pile at the bottom.
How Carpet Deep Cleaning Works
Deep carpet cleaning is done with a process called spray extraction, which is still the unsurpassed carpet and upholstery cleaning system. In this process, cleaning solution is sprayed into the carpet under pressure and picked up again immediately with a high power extractor. The dirt is rinsed from deep down out of the carpet pile, and not just from the top third.
Benefits of Deep Cleaning Your Carpets
Carpets Cleaner For Longer
Carpets cleaned by spray extraction stay clean longer.
Less Residual DampNess
With strong vacuum suction the maximum residual dampness is only 10-15%.
Recommended cleaning method
Spray extraction is the cleaning method that nearly all carpet manufacturers recommend.
Gentle On Carpets
The spray extraction process is gentle and easy on carpets.
This is the only cleaning method classified as “deep cleaning”. All the others are considered “light surface cleaning” or “interim cleaning” because they are incapable of removing soil deep in the pile.
Less Detergent Residual
Other methods of cleaning leave large amounts of detergent in the carpet after cleaning, which can contribute to it getting dirty again quickly.