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This is similar to the carpet rinse-extraction process. The key difference is that, with the sofa cleaning process, I use much smaller hand-held tools. These work at lower water pressures with finer spray jets to allow for thinner, more delicate fabrics.
First I vacuum away the dry soil. I then treat the fabric with my eco friendly cleaning. Next, I rinse the fabric and then vacuum away any residue. To speed the drying process, I absorb excess residual moisture with hand held terry towelling, checking my work as I go. In the case of a fabric with a nap or pile, I carefully “groom” the pile in the correct direction.
As an added option, I finish the job by applying a soil and stain protective treatment.
This process is best for upholstery which isn’t too badly soiled or stained. Typically, I use this process in the commercial environment, but with occasional applications in the home.
First, I apply my eco-friendly, bio-degradable cleaning solution to the fabric upholstery. This is in the form of a fine mist-spray. Then, with an absorbent pad, I wipe away the surface soil. After about 30 minutes, the upholstery will be dry, fresh and clean.
My Stainguard Stain and Soil Protective Treatments are among the best and most durable in the industry. Unlike another leading brand of recent years, my product does not raise the same environmental concerns and has a bio-degradable formulation.
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This is the deepest, most thorough cleaning process available today.
Here are just a few of the benefits of Rinse Extraction Carpet Cleaning –
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Sometimes Rinse Extraction isn’t the answer. Sometimes my low moisture, or semi-dry, cleaning systems will perform best. After thoroughly removing the dry soil with an industrial vacuum cleaner, I apply the cleaning solution. Then I lift it away with an absorption process rather than rinse extraction. Commercial premises with water-sensitive environments such as computers and servers are a classic example where this type of system excels.