You will often hear the term ‘steam cleaning’ when talking about carpet cleaning. By its very definition this is the process of using steam to deep clean your carpets. The carpet cleaning unit basically heats the water to a very high temperature. This creates the steam vapour which is used to deep clean rugs, carpets and upholstery.
There are various systems that clean carpets. A system called Hot Water Extraction is the best-available system. This process is often referred to as steam cleaning carpets.
It is true that you achieve a better and deeper clean with professional carpet cleaning machines. Other machines do not achieve the same power and will therefore offer you a less than satisfactory finish. The steam cleaning process eliminates dirt, bacteria and residue from your carpets. This is a very important part of the carpet cleaning process. Any residue left in your carpet up upholstery fibres will mean they will quickly re-soil.
Steam Cleaning – What is the Difference?
The main difference between professional units and those available to purchase is the temperature. Did you know that professional units heat the water to around 200 degrees? This produces fast, efficient and targeted cleaning. Other machines are unable to recreate this efficiency. Oils, dirt and residue can then be left within the fibres.
Steam cleaning, as a system, has been available for many years. The process achieves exceptionally clean results for both upholstery and carpets. Our clients are left with the knowledge that their furnishings and carpets are hygienically clean.
We are time-served professional carpet cleaners serving the Buckinghamshire and Home Counties areas. We are checkatrade members and are happy to provide information and details of our well-documented testimonials.
You are left with peace of mind and satisfied by our steam cleaning guarantees. Would you like to book a quotation? Call 0800 695 1118 today for more information.