Best Quality Methods of Carpet, couch, Rug Cleaning Used by Company in Sydney — Captain Carpet Cleaning

Ray is a professional, certified carpet cleaning technician, fully insured and fully complies with OH&S requirements. His attention to detail and understanding services have built his reputation as one of the best carpet cleaners in Sydney, Greystanes, Kellyville, Baulkham Hills, Strathfield and Parramatta and why after 23 years, he is still in business. Ray built Captain Carpet Cleaning moot to be “We work to a standard and not a price”, meaning that each job Ray and Captain Carpet Cleaning complete is a reflection of their outstanding work, and their business.

Being a professional that is a certified carpet cleaning technician, Ray’s standards in carpet & upholstery cleaning that property owners have the assurance of the highest standards in carpet & upholstery cleaning and minimal risk. Captain Carpet Cleaning does not feel that a job is complete until it is left in the condition that they would like their own. Carpet Steam Cleaner, Upholstery Cleaner, Couch Cleaning Services, Carpet Deodoriser, Domestic carpet Cleaning,Emergency Flood Restoration, Quality Carpet Cleaning, Carpet,Rug Cleaners are some of the services provided in Sydney and Suburbs

Hot Water Extraction Cleaning

Commonly known as steam carpet cleaning, hot water removal cleaning use high forced hot water to agitate the carpet fibre and dissolve dirt in the carpet.

Hot water extraction cleaning typically involves the application of cleaning agent on soiled surface, agitation of carpet with brush and followed by rinsing. After cleaning agent settle in the carpet for a short duration, the carpet will be “washed” by a carpet cleaning equipment to rinse the cleaning up agent thoroughly and eventually left to dry in room or air programmed temperature

An average sized carpeted office of 3000 sq ft would normally take about 2 hours to clean and will take at least 4 hours to dry. Most companies would advise carpet to be cleaned in the late afternoon so that after it is done, the carpet can be left to dry over night and office operation can continue back to regular the next morning.

Carpet Shampooing

Shampoo carpet cleaning was well-known till encapsulation technology was introduced in the 1970s. While shampooing it may seem to fresh heavily soiled carpet, the technology’s disadvantage — leaving behind high amount of wet foam residues in the carpet that takes a long time to dry, turns into sticky when it dries because no rinsing is done after shampooing and rapid re-soiling of carpet — makes this method less well-known than others.

Bonnet Cleaning

Captain carpet cleaning produce good surface cleaning result as the process mainly involve cleaning the top part of the carpet fiber using a heavy duty motorised machine with a spinning pad that has been immersed with cleaning up a solution to absorb dirt from the carpet surface.

Bonneting is well-known in hotels because it can give a quick fix solution to clean carpet in heavy traffic public area that requires carpet to be cleaned without much wetness and can dry quickly to prevent causing difficulty to hotel guests.

Encapsulation

Foam encapsulation uses synthetic cleaners as a base that will crystallise into powder form when dries. Loosened dirt particles in rug fibre will be encapsulated into powder when the applied cleaning foam dries and, finally, vacuumed or brushed when the foam dries after cleaning.

The foam encapsulation cleaning strategy has overtaken carpet shampooing technology as the former uses less water during cleaning which results in shorter drying time in comparison to the carpet shampooing. The foam encapsulation cleaning has received thumbs up by those who advocate using of ecological friendly items because there is less chemical residue left behind after cleaning in comparison to carpet shampooing.

Although this technique has shown good cleaning up results, this cleaning method has not been able to thoroughly clean heavy soiling carpet because of the technology’s constraint. Read More…