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Posted on May 2, 2017
As with anything in the home or office, carpets need cleaning every once in awhile. Carpet Cleaning Hawaii involves more then just a vacuuming, but actual wet and dry cleaning. Having your carpets cleaned two or three times a year by a professional Hi carpet cleaner will help preserve the look of your carpets for years and years to come.
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3600 Aolele Street #150
Honolulu, HI 96820
Phone: (808) 518-2356
Hours: Mon-Sun 8:00 am to 8:00 pm
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Routine vacuuming helps keep your carpeting clean by removing dust and dirt from the top layers; however, grime, germs, allergens, and other contaminants get trapped deep in the carpet where your vacuum can't reach. Over time these pollutants accumulate, and they can even make you and your family sick! That's why it's important to have your carpets deep cleaned annually. Carpet cleaning removes both surface dirt and deeply embedded dirt for a total clean-meaning fresh-looking, healthy carpets! But carpet cleaning isn't a job for amateurs: to get your carpets and rugs completely clean without causing damage requires knowledge, training, and specialized tools.
Leave your carpet cleaning jobs to the professionals and you'll get beautiful, expert results!
The concern with most do-it-yourself carpet cleanings is how clean you're really getting the carpet. Without specialized carpet cleaning equipment and products, homeowners simply aren't able to remove the grime trapped within their carpeting-and if you can't get it all the way clean, what's the point! Professional carpet cleaning uses truck-mounted hot water extraction to thoroughly cleanse your carpets. With a combination of pressurized hot water, eco-friendly cleaning agents, and rapid extraction, these machines can eliminate practically all of the contaminants embedded in your carpeting.
Carpet Cleaners Hawaii can even apply a stain protection treatment to keep your carpets pristine longer.
And, because the hot water extraction system applies the cleansers and then quickly extracts them out, your carpet is left clean and only a little damp. This is crucial because over saturating your carpeting dramatically increases drying time; if your carpet stays wet too long it can begin to mold and mildew, creating new health problems! While amateur carpet cleaning jobs can take days to dry, a professionally cleaned carpet is usually dry in under 12 hours.
How To Remove Nasty Carpet Stains
The debate on dry carpet cleaning vs. carpet steam cleaning (or steam extraction cleaning) continues to rage on among carpet cleaning professionals and consumers alike. Questions about cleaning capability, drying time and water usage are just some of the issues surrounding this debate. Let's take a look at these two methods and see if we can't help clear up some confusion.
Dry carpet cleaning is not a single process but a collection of different products and techniques for cleaning carpets with a minimum use of water. They can be grouped into two basic categories as described below.
Absorbent dry compounds are the 'driest' way to clean carpets. These compounds, containing detergents or solvents, are sprinkled on the carpet. After 30 minutes of dwell time (carpet cleaning talk for 'let the chemicals do their stuff'), these compounds dissolve the oily film on carpet fibers thereby allowing them to be vacuumed out along with the compounds themselves. There is no water used so drying times are not an issue. This method is popular with commercial establishments with high traffic areas that need to be cleaned and dried quickly. They produce satisfactory results but eventually a deeper cleaning will be required.
Very low moisture (VLM) carpet cleaning is the other category. This method, in general, uses some type of absorbent material (each company seems to have their own unique product) that is combined with a small amount of water. The wetted material is then spread over the carpet and usually agitated into the carpet with a machine. The dirt and oils in the carpet are attached to this material (a process called encapsulation) which then dries on its own. It's then vacuumed up and the carpets are dry in 1-2 hours. Some of these companies advertise heavily as 'green' due to the organic nature of their products.
The most common concern with both these methods is the amount of cleaning residue left on the carpet. It all sounds good in theory but customer reviews are mixed. One comment likened it to washing your hair by sprinkling on a cleaning shampoo and just combing it out.
Carpet steam cleaning has been around for years and is still the 'king of the hill' for deep, penetrating carpet cleaning. The combination of hot water and cleaning agents forced into the carpet under pressure then immediately vacuumed out is hard to beat.
New advances in the way truck mounts mix the chemicals with the water and deliver it to the wand tip have improved overall efficiency while reducing the amount of chemicals needed. Also, wand design and the use of glides, in addition to powerful vacuums, helps get most of the water out of the carpet. This helps eliminate the problem of excess wetting and improves drying times.
The choice for which carpet cleaning method to provide is not an easy one. Customers are more demanding that ever and the array of products and equipment keeps getting bigger. You may have to offer both to satisfy the needs of all your customers. Either way, it's a good idea to learn about all the various methods so you can make the right decision for your business.
The Truth About Carpet Cleaning Hawaii
Now that the sun is finally out, those of us with green thumbs will be taking a trip to the garden centre to fill our trunks and back seats with as many plants and flowers as possible to spruce up our gardens. We might even buy a lovely bunch of flowers to put in a vase inside the house.
Everybody can agree that flowers are beautiful and you want to cherish them and make them last as long as possible. They really do brighten up your living room as well as put a smile on your face.
But there is one downside to having a bunch of flowers in your living room and that is the pollen can leave a horrible stain if it falls on the carpet. Pollen comes loose very easily, so if you are not careful while giving them fresh water, your carpet could be in a lot of trouble.
If this does occur then the last thing you want to do is panic and start rubbing away at it. If you do so, the pollen can leave a really nasty stain. Therefore it's important to act immediately and use the right technique. Follow these carpet cleaning tips for picking up the pollen:
ï¿½ Wrap cellotape around your hand with the sticky side up.
ï¿½ Carefully dab at the pollen to pick up the fine particles.
This carpet cleaning technique really does work a treat, but if you have several stubborn stains of different kinds all over your carpet, which is most likely the case when you have young children in the house, then hiring a cleaning company that specialises in carpet cleaning will be your best option.
These carpet cleaners will not only remove your pollen stains, they will use their industry standard machines and non-toxic products to deep clean every inch of your carpet, leaving it completely spotless and free from allergens.
The carpet cleaners will use their expert knowledge to identify the type of material used in your carpet and determine the correct approach for their task. This could be one of two possible methods. Steam cleaning or hot water extraction is suitable for most carpets, while dry cleaning uses no moisture foam, which is suitable for antique rugs and delicate fibres.
Hiring an expert to clean your carpet is certainly a risk-free option. While you can buy or rent your own carpet cleaner, unless you're one hundred per cent sure you know what to do, you could end up doing more damage than good to your carpet.
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