Beyond Slow Drying Carpets.

Beyond Slow Drying Carpets.


There’s nothing worse than spending endless hours cleaning a carpet only to have it wet next day. Please believe me, it’s not the machine at fault here. Even a tiny low powered carpet cleaning machine can clean a carpet fast and leave it dry within 5-6 hours and less.


How To Clean A Carpet. — Use Effective Carpet Cleaning Techniques, It Puts You Streets Ahead.


The answer to all of the questions above is simply this — “Technique!” It is how you use the carpet cleaning machine. If you don’t use the correct technique, then the price you pay is;

You see, quick drying is essential if you want your carpets looking bright with nice soft and bouncy pile. I’m certain that you can imagine how too much water in your carpet will cause a dull drying effect.

Faster drying times = better looking carpets. But please don’t focus on how much heat you can bring to your carpet after you’ve cleaned it. What you must focus on is the technique you use while your cleaning.


A Low Powered Machine Is PERFECT After You’ve Discovered How To Clean A Carpet.


Let’s cut long stories short by explaining in detail exactly how to clean a carpet. This technique should be used when cleaning almost any carpet. First off, it’s absolutely senseless to start with only a small, low powered soil extraction machine hoping that this will clean your carpets, because it won’t! Here’s the reason why, — if your hiring from your local tool hire shop, (which I recommend you do) then it’s likely you will wind up with a low powered soil extraction machine. But please don’t you worry, because a low powered machine will fit the bill perfectly (if you use the right technique).


A Gift From God — What Would We Do Without Carpet Cleaning Pre-Spray Solutions?



So, getting back to how to clean a carpet. Here we use a carpet cleaning pre-spray solution. We pre-spray our carpets in small sections at a time. (about 4ft square) Then brush agitate the pre-sprayed solution into the carpet pile using a carpet pile brush. Only then, do we use our small low powered machine in order to rinse out the carpet soils, pulling out the loose soils from deep within the pile.

But remember, we spoke about technique. Well, there is a special technique which should ALWAYS be used when working with a soil extraction machine. And here’s the technique in a nut shell: ¬†Click “how to use an extraction machine for quickest drying results”.


Here’s The Definite DON’TS When Cleaning Carpets With A Soil Extraction Machine.


Some people tend to think that if you put bucket loads of water through the extraction machine and into your carpets, this cleans them good. Going backwards and forwards with the machine, with the solution spray ‘on permanently’ will over wet your carpets. When you come to a soiled area, the norm would be to blast the area with gallons of water from your carpet cleaning machine. This is a dreadful sin and this should be completely eliminated from your future carpet cleaning technique.

The logic behind this sort of saturation is to penetrate soils with cleaning solution hoping that the soils will loosen and eventually extract. They won’t! Because the soil gets soaked and seeps down into the carpet pile. Days later when the carpet dries, the soils will be back and black on the carpet surface. Foot traffic squelches the soil up from the pile base making it re-surface and so re-soil.

If I can transfer any thought to you at this point regarding how to clean carpet, it would be this one. Never over-wet a carpet while cleaning with a soil extraction machine. Please, take a look at the suggested post. You’ll get better understanding of the essential technique for how to clean carpet using the simplest soil extraction methods.

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