Interim Carpet Cleaning
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.
For more information about interim carpet cleaning, check out Multi-Clean’s Carpet Floor Care Bulletin, Bonnet Cleaning Guide Sheet, or the Encapsulation Cleaning Guide Sheet.
To view carpet cleaning products, check out Multi-Clean’s carpet cleaning products at the Carpet Care webpage.
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This type of carpet cleaning seems a lot easier than the other types i’ve read up on. Having a carpet that is easy to clean can make it a lot easier on your life.
Nice article, very informative on new carpet cleaning options. Do you sell your encapsulation cleaning products to other carpet cleaning companies? If so, would love to see if we can get pricing. You can reach us at http://www.corona-carpetcleaning.com. Thanks!
being able to clean carpets that have been soiled would come in handy. This is the only thing that I don’t like about this style of cleaning. Great article though!
I agree Jeff. How ever I do have to give some more props on the guy who wrote the article. This is a great out of the box way of carpet cleaning good job!
Thanks for the post. Most people aren’t aware that interim carpet cleaning can have an adverse affect on heavily soiled carpet. Good information.
Thanks for the post, is encapsulation cleaning similar to dry cleaning the carpet where there is minimal use of water and therefore doesn’t leave the carpets all soggy and damp?
Very good article. I have a carpet cleaning business in Tsawwassen, BC and was wondering if I could get more information on the encapsulation process? My website is below. Thanks again for the article.
This is a great and well written article. I have my own carpet cleaning business in London, and I believe the encapsulation method is very interesting and effective.
Good information of different methods and approaches to professional carpet cleaning. Thanks for sharing!
Good tips. I like pointing out to my customers that the dirt and grit they track in is what’s causing most of their discoloration and carpet wear, as it breaks down the carpet fibers. More proactive efforts to prevent that, along with regular and interim cleaning will lead to a clean and comfortable home.
Awesome post! I was searching for alternative ways to provide carpet cleaning service and this was exactly what I was looking for. Thanks for the information. I’ll be checking back for some other cool tips in the future.
We’ve been using the Bonnet method for a long time. But, we started offering encapsulation about 2 years ago and it definitely has an appropriate place in our lineup of service offerings. We’ve found that it’s particularly useful for the do-it-yourself type of clients that want to keep costs down, or when we encounter heavy staining and want to knock it out quickly!
Great article on interim carpet cleaning and methods. We use the Bonnet cleaning and encapsulation cleaning method and they have proven to be very effective. This is great information for anyone who needs their carpet, rugs or upholstery cleaned. Thank you for taking time to inform the general public about this.
Enjoyed the article and the 1 page guide sheets. I would like to recommend both alternatives to my clients. Would you be able to add another article indicating the pros and cons of each method.
Thanks for outlining the science behind it, a lot of my clients appreciate understanding exactly how the products work. Encapsulation is definitely the way to go for the sake of effectiveness and time efficiency. Thanks again!
Great article! I specialize in all things carpet in the East Valley of Arizona.
We just started a new carpet cleaning company and came across your article while looking into the encapsulation process.
Thank you for explaining the encapsulation process.
Carpet cleaning isn’t an easy topic to discuss–excellent job providing links for additional information.
Great information you’ve provided. Thank you for sharing.
Great information of different ways to professional carpet cleaning. Thanks for sharing!
Thank you for sharing the different methods of cleaning. Do you use specific cleaning solutions when you perform carpet services?
Great advice and tips! These cleaning tips seems like they would be beneficial for any office to follow. I always like having my personal spaces clean, that even includes my work space.
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A dirty carpet is usually one of the major problems of homeowners. This post actually motivates me to do the carpet cleaning myself. I mean why hesitate when there’s a lot of posts in the internet which I can use as a guide?
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