The carpet that hasn’t preserved might need for deep restorative cleaning. This is through warm water extraction and might include shampoo cleaning or agitation of the preconditioner with a counter-clockwise brush machine.
To be able to do the job, you should follow the cleaning pie, as educated from the IICRC CCT/CCMT classes. The cleaning pie consists of four components: time, agitation, chemical, and temperature.
Basic Steps: Vacuum the ground. It is easier to remove dry dirt compared to clean mud. Pre-spray the carpet with a cleaning compound designed for commercial carpeting. If the carpeting is synthetic, such as nylon, the product needs to have a pH of 10 or less.
Use a product special, if it is olefin. Agitate the preconditioner using a cleaning system to penetrate the soils. Allow adequate dwell time. Remember, the longer the preconditioner is allowed to dwell, the greater the soil suspension.
Be careful not to permit the product to dry on the carpeting. Extract the area using an alkaline detergent and hot water to freeze and rinse the dirt from the carpet.
Should You Work With a Rinse Agent? On carpeting which contains large amounts of residues, or if the carpeting is a printed nylon, use one acid, like Matrix All Fiber Rinse, to neutralize the excess alkalinity leftover from previous cleanings.
The acid rinse prevents any
kind of potential bleeding and will brighten the color in carpeting. For best results Speed Dry. The use of air movers will drying time decreases and permit foot traffic on the carpeting sooner. The use of a cotton bonnet will also reduce drying time as well as remove wicking soils. Develop a provisional maintenance plan.
After the carpet was restored by warm water extraction, an encapsulation system can be integrated on a monthly basis. This interim cleaning may save the spending budget and keep the carpeting in a continuous high state of appearance.
Develop a color-coded care program incorporating vacuuming, spotting maintenance, and warm water extraction to extend the service life span of the carpeting.