Carpet cleaning is a tricky task. Some come with pads, some come without them. Even the ones that come with pad have different sizes of pad. So what should you keep in mind while cleaning them. Well, most of the techniques of carpet cleaning involve water and although your carpet may feel very solid under your feet, it offers very little resistance to water passing through it. This is where we find several wrong notions or myths about carpet cleaning which often bothers carpet users when they giving it a wash. Here are some of them.
The first myth that is there is that the carpet will dry by itself. Yes, but eventually. The carpet will dry by itself very slowly and by the time it completely dries, it’ll more than likely have mold and smells by the time. So, never wait for it to dry itself as it often brings problems.
Another myth that people have is that you can’t dry a wet pad under a carpet. The truth to this myth is that you can dry a wet pad, even without floating that carpet, but that doesn’t mean you always should. Another myth that is attached to the previous one is that you have to lift the carpet and ‘float’ it using blowers which is absolutely wrong. You don’t have to float carpet if you have a deep extraction tool with you.
Most people tend to think that professional Carpet Cleaning will dry their carpet and pad which is not true. Unless a deep extraction tool is used, water will still be there inside the carpet, no matter how professional the cleaner maybe. Regular carpet cleaning wand never removes water completely from the carpet pad.
In all these myths, the common issue is with water and wet carpets so if you do it by yourself and the carpet is not drying quickly, you could face a mold situation. Now, this could prove to be much more expensive to fix than drying the carpets with the help of a professional or a deep extraction tool.
All your carpet cleaning worries can be done away with New Again Carpet Cleaning Co. With a staff that provides commercial clients with cleaning services using ecofriendly chemicals, employees at New Again make sure that your customers, our employees, and the environment are safe. Founded in 2004 by Jeffrey and Lisa Houghton’s family, New Again Carpet Cleaning is a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB). Every member at New Again has earned their Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) and undergone training through the Cleaning Management Institute (CMI). Also awarded as the Associate of the Year in 2006 by the Cumberland County Apartment Association (CCAA), New Again has an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau (BBB). So, next time you have a dirty carpet, contact New Again for a 24/7 emergency water and sewage extractions from your carpets and make them look new again.