With our economy being the big issue with many people at the moment, it is wise to look after our home and contents, a regular vacuum regime and professional cleaning will give your carpets up to five times their life expectancy.
Get into a regular regime that involves vacuuming at least three times a week, when possible, use an upright vacuum cleaner, this not only has good suction qualities but will beat and brush the carpet, removing harmful grit and dust which has an erosion effect on carpet fibres, premature wear can usually be found on areas that walked on often or are situated near building entrances.
If you are a person that lives in a town, regular cleaning and dry soil removal is even more important, more pollutants will be lurking in your carpet fibres, some of the contents are: skin cells, grit, dust, sand, chemicals (domestic polish and cleaning product residues) diesel dust, salt and much more. Also if your previous carpet cleaning company had used detergents or toxic solutions such as acids or high alkali agents, they will still be found, increasing the chance of chemical ingestion, mainly through the soles of your feet!
An experienced carpet cleaning operative will extensively vacuum the carpet fibres, apply his solutions using a contra rotating brush machine and then rinse using water alone. This should leave your carpet fibres soft and fresh. When a wool carpet is cleaned using a non detergent system, natural oils found in the carpet remain.
We suggest using SEBO vacuum cleaning equipment, many companies involved in the carpet cleaning industry use SEBO products due to their efficiency, cylinder or ‘tub’ cleaners simply remove surface dust and debris.
Many people often comment on indoor air quality after their carpets have been cleaned, particularly if they are asthmatics.
Valuable information can be found on any of our websites, from Allergy solutions to leather cleaning, Spencer Davies at http://www.sdccleaning.co.uk will be happy to answer any ECO questions relating to the services that we offer.