Carpet Cleaning Potter Rd, Framingham
There is a lot of confusion about popular carpet cleaning methods offered by commercial and residential cleaning services. From dry cleaning to water extraction, steam cleaning and carpet shampooing, each method professes to be the most efficient and the best for your carpet. How do you know what's right for you? Carpet Cleaning Potter Rd, Framingham, the leading business and home carpet cleaning concern in Potter Rd, Framingham, offers the following information about carpet cleaning and popular methods so that you, the consumer, can make an informed decision.
We offer our services in most urban areas and neighborhoods throughout Framingham:
Dry Carpet Cleaning
Dry carpet cleaning was, at one point, the most popular type of carpet upholstery cleaning offered by professional cleaners. Though called 'dry' cleaning, this method is not necessarily dry. Typically, it utilizes a special machine to apply a liquid solution via a compressed spray or a rotary brush applicator) to the surface of the carpet (Bonnet method).
Another method involves the application of polymers that dissolve dirt, which can then be vacuumed from the carpet. Solvent and powder are two other products that may be applied to a carpet during the dry cleaning process. In all fairness, this process - while not necessarily dry in a literal sense, is at the very least, low moisture.
Carpet Steam Cleaning - Water Extraction
Steam cleaning and water extraction are two interchangeable terms. This is, by far, the most popular method to date. It has gained its popularity based on the facts that it is highly efficient at removing ground in dirt, dust and grime, it has powerful deodorizing and stain removing capabilities and it can be adapted to green cleaning methodology.
Carpet steam cleaning involves the use of specialized equipment that simultaneously flushes out the matter that is trapped in your carpet and extracts all the water used produced as a byproduct of the process. Commercial grade truck-mounted steam cleaning equipment is able to extract water and moisture, necessitating very little additional cleaning time. This is the method used by Potter Rd, Framingham Carpet Cleaning.
Carpet shampooing is not a professional cleaning method. It is, unfortunately, popular with the do-it-yourself crowd, as it can be readily found in supermarkets and other outlets. This, however, is an inefficient cleaning method and should be avoided at all cost. The process, which involved spraying a shampoo (usually foam) onto the carpet, letting it dry and then vacuuming, typically worsens the problem by leaving a sticky residue on the carpet. Over time, the buildup actually attracts dirt rather than repelling it.
Our service area extend beyond Framingham, MA 01701, 01702...
We Also Serve:
- Brockton, MA 02301
- Sherborn, MA 01770
- Cochituate, MA 01778
Save yourself time and money by calling Carpet Cleaning Potter Rd, Framingham, your cleaning experts, today.