Cleaning Carpets Using Hot Water Carpet Cleaning Machines

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Carpet cleaning machines are multifunctional systems used for cleaning carpets, rugs, upholstery, and curtains. These machines are indispensable to commercial establishments, such as shops, offices, hotels, conference halls, theaters, and other places with large carpeted areas. Carpet cleaning machines have made the carpet shampooing process more productive and more efficient.

These machines clean carpets much better and faster than older, traditional carpet cleaning methods. Also, they can clean carpets without using toxic chemicals, when paired with green chemicals. These natural detergents are made of plant extracts that are non-toxic and do not harm carpets. They offer quite powerful cleaning in combination with heated carpet cleaning machines.

Using Hot Water — Benefits
Hot water more readily dissolves dirt and is a natural enemy of tough stains. Carpets with deep stains often cannot be washed well enough with cold water unless you go over the process multiple times. This is a wasteful and expensive process and leaves detergent residue behind on carpets even after the wash process is complete.

Hot water, on the other hand, helps dissolve tough stains and other accumulated dirt quickly. Modern rug steam cleaners attain temperatures around 210°F, and this helps remove dirt, stains, and odors from carpets quickly and easily.

Top suppliers do offer non-heated carpet cleaning machines for use in lighter carpet cleaning applications or for situations discussed below where the addition of heat may damage delicate carpet fibers.

Using Hot Water — Caution
Before you use these rug steam cleaners on your carpet or upholstery, you need to know the heat tolerance capacity of the carpet. Many expensive carpets comprised of fine carpet fibers should be cleaned with cold water. Even the less expensive, common types of carpets found in offices, malls, retail stores may not be able to withstand very high temperatures, particularly if they are comprised of wool and other heat sensitive carpet materials. This is the reason experienced contractors spot-test carpets before using hot water on them.

Good quality commercial carpet cleaners can be used frequently, which is an important feature, given the heavy pedestrian traffic and commercial activity seen in most shops, hotels, and offices. Rather than wait for the carpet to become too dirty, clean it frequently to reduce the need for using very hot water or harsh, potentially damaging scrubbing later.

Carpet cleaners help in the maintenance of commercial areas, and are critical for businesses where hygiene and customer opinion matter a lot. After all, keeping carpets clean with carpet cleaners will create a warm, welcoming environment that will keep customers coming back.

Resources:

Daimer XTreme Power Series Carpet Cleaners

Best Carpet Cleaning Machines

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