Carpet Cleaning

Our Carpet Cleaning Process:

Step 1:

Our first step in our carpet cleaning process is a visual inspection of the carpeted areas with a UDL (urine detection lamp) to show any problem areas or accidents.

Step 2:

Our second step in our carpet cleaning process is the application of our all natural organic cleaning solution. We apply this solution with a pressurized sprayer, onto the carpet, paying special attention to the heavy traffic areas as well as spots and stains. This cleaning solution helps break the bond that soils, particulates, and spots have with the carpet fibers. By breaking this bond, this allows us to rinse and recover up to 98% of all the soil in your carpet, without causing damage to the fibers and without over-wetting.

Step 3: (Optional)

Our third step in our professional carpet cleaning process is the use of a 17″ Industrial Counter Rotating Brush Machine. We use the Hydro-Force™ Brush Pro Rotating Brush Machine. Basically what this does is connect to our powerful truck mounted steam cleaning unit. The Brush Pro’s heavy-duty motor spins brushes at an incredible 380 RPM to quickly and thoroughly clean all sides of the carpet fiber, while spraying our very hot neutralizing rinsing agent to adjust the PH of your carpet back to neutral as it dries. Cylindrical brush agitation carries the soil from the bottom of the pile to the top so it can be encapsulated and removed later through vacuuming. The Brush Pro helps us to dry carpets faster to reduce spot wicking.

Step 4: (Add-on service – Call for pricing.)

The fourth step in our process is to apply a bonding sealant to protect the dye sites of the carpet fibers. This non-polymer sealant basically plugs the little dye sites (microscopic holes) in the carpet fibers, preventing soil particulates, dyes, oils, etc., from penetrating those dye sites and causing discoloration or permanent staining. This allows your vacuuming to be more efficient as well as adding a measure of protection against the many different spills that can be made in a person’s’ home.

Step 5:

Our fifth and final step is to ensure that we get the best dry time possible. To achieve this we take the time to do extra dry passes so while cleaning we extract as much water as possible. Our 3rd dry pass is also the way we make the carpet pattern look good!