Carpet Steam Cleaning - Potters Bar WD23, WD2, EN6 by Prolux Carpet Cleaning London
Steam cleaning is a deep cleaning process that pools the benefits of the use of various chemicals, a high-pressure blast of hot water, and steam to eliminate grime from various materials and surfaces. Different kinds of cleaners are used for the job, depending on the specific situation.
Carpet and Rug Hot Water Vapor Treatment WD23, WD2, EN6 - London
When it comes to cleaning carpets, water vapor cleaning has become the most popular and universal method as of now. It is safe, mild and efficient and applicable for many rugs and materials. The hot temperature and the moisture help dislodge grime set into the fibers of the carpet. Carpet steam cleaning machines use a solution of hot water and a certain type of carpet cleaning agent. The liquid is sent through high-pressure jets allowing the vaporized water to penetrate the yarns of the carpet and to loosen the grime. As the cleaning solution dislodges the dirt, the cleaner sucks with a strong vacuum to remove the now muddy water and excess detergent. The end result is a rug that is thoroughly clean and will dry in a couple of hours in most climates.
Steam carpet cleaning with pure water without detergents is recommended for newly purchased rugs to clean and purify before placing them in the rooms for regular use. One fringe benefit - the high temperature kills mite's eggs and larvae nested deep in the fabric. Cleaning carpets with hot water vapors gets rid of bad warehouse odors set in as well.
Drapes, Curtains and Canopies Cleaning in Potters Bar WD23, WD2, EN6
Steam cleaning works very well for cleaning interior textiles. Curtains and draperies fabrics absorb dust and they get easily soiled, and soaked with disagreeable fumes and smells. In the majority of situations steam cleaning is the best and the most appropriate solution.
Thick bulky materials, for example, could not be washed in the laundry machine at home in Potters Bar - it does not have the capacity for this job. If they are put through laundering, it is highly possible to get leaky soiled curtains with multiple creases and wrinkles. And, there is always the risk of having the fabric dye faded or leaked. The bottom line - ruined curtains.
Delicate materials like wool or silk are not going to take wet wash. It is always recommended to keep the label with fabric care instructions. "Dry Clean Only" means just that - dry clean only. Save yourself the disaster of witnessing the last day of your expensive drapes. Hire a professional cleaner to do the job right. Steam cleaning is safe, effective and efficient way to care for most fabrics.
Extra bonus of cleaning curtains and window treatments with steam is the fact that the entire work is performed by our Potters Bar teams with portable machines without detaching and removing the curtains from the cornices. This saves a lot of time and frustration.
Only a suggestion - we recommend cleaning of recently purchased curtains with heated water vapor. Just think about this - chances are the fabric they are made of spent time lying around in not so clean warehouses and stores. A complete cleaning with purified water only, no detergents, will be of a great benefit. For the health of your family, have them cleaned and disinfected upon installation.