Interim carpet cleaning can be used to help keep carpets fresh and clean if regular vacuuming and spot cleaning isn’t doing enough. Just remember that interim cleaning should not be used if the carpet is heavily soiled. Otherwise dirt and soil could easily spread during the interim cleaning process.
Bonnet cleaning is a well-known interim carpet cleaning method. Bonnet cleaning is cost effective, uses low amounts of water, has a fast drying time, and has technical expertise due to its extensive use in the carpet industry. Encapsulation cleaning is a new type of interim carpet cleaning method that is rapidly gaining attention in the carpet cleaning industry. Encapsulation cleaning products have a polymeric design, where upon drying, the crystals that surround soils become brittle and easily break free when vacuumed. Encapsulation cleaning products can also contain odor eliminator chemicals. The encapsulation cleaning method leaves carpets contaminant free, reduces re-soiling and odors, and returns the carpet back to service in as little as one hour.
To view carpet cleaning products, check out Multi-Clean’s carpet cleaning products at the Carpet Care webpage.