What is Deep Steam Carpet Cleaning?
In deep steam carpet cleaning, water is heated to high temperatures and applied to the carpet, allowing for penetration. Now you think, how it is possible to apply water to carpet, and still have a quick drying time? Well, it is! The temperature of the water is so high that when applied, carpets aren’t being soaked in water.
Will The Deep Steam Cleaning Ruin My Carpet?
No way! This method of cleaning is not aggressive. Of course, if your carpet is of bad quality it can get damaged, but no more than with any other cleaning method! The team at Family Clean treat your carpet with utmost care.
Next time you clean your carpet, stop to think. Your carpet can finally be super clean; your allergies can be relieved, the method is eco-friendly and can’t do you any harm. So, why not try deep steam carpet cleaning?
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Deep Steam Cleaning
It is actually hot water extraction, but it steams a lot. A good truck-mount hot water extraction unit forces very hot water into the carpet under high pressure, and then sucks it (and the dirt) out thoroughly. “Deep Steam cleaning,” as it is commonly called, has the following advantages:
- The high heat kills bacteria, fungus, mold, and dust mites, making it the healthiest way to clean carpet.
- It doesn’t leave a soapy residue, if it’s done correctly. Detergent residues attract dirt, which will cause your carpet to get dirty much sooner.
- The high pressure steam penetrates to base of the fibers, removing deeply embedded dirt.
- The strong vacuum system removes 95% of the moisture, leaving your carpet damp to the touch.
Heat really helps! Above 118 degrees Fahrenheit, every 18 degrees doubles the cleaning power of the cleaning agents. Deep Steam Cleaning is done between 180 and 240 degrees. Therefore, very little cleaning agents are used to clean your carpet. The bottom line is that it’s just the best way to clean your carpet!