I am happy to advise on the most suitable method for your carpet. Here is a description of each method.
The wet extraction method uses a large, professional machine, measured amounts of pre-treatment spray and cleaning product, and warm/hot water. The machine is sufficiently powerful to remove most of the moisture as it cleans. Afterwards a certain amount of drying time is necessary, but this can be speeded up with turbo-driers.
The dry method accounts for about 90% of my work these days. It involves first vacuuming, then the application of a compound having absorbent properties and a mild solvent additive. This natural product is agitated deep into the carpet fibres using a special machine with a range of graded brushes, chosen to suit the structure of the particular carpet type. The agitation not only cleans soil and spots, but lifts the carpet pile, deodorises and significantly reduces allergens such as dust-mites. After repeated cleaning the carpet is vacuumed once more to remove most, if not all, of the dry-cleaning compound.
Usually between two and three hours, depending on size and soiling.
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