Encapsulation carpet cleaning is similar to dry carpet cleaning because it involves low-moisture. This method uses a sp...
Encapsulation carpet cleaning is similar to dry carpet cleaning because it involves low-moisture. This method uses a specific cleaner with polymers that encapsulate and crystallize soil to loosen it up. This cleaner is usually worked into the carpet using rotary brushes. After 10-15 minutes, the solvent and dirt are vacuumed away. Encapsulation is a good method if you want faster cleaning and dry times. Like dry carpet cleaning, this method can be good at getting surface-level dirt, but does not clean deep within the carpet’s fiber.
HOT WATER EXTRACTION
Hot water extraction is how most professional carpet cleaners clean and is often mistaken for steam cleaning. Steam cleaning uses higher temperature water around 212 degrees Fahrenheit to produce steam where hot water extraction uses water that is 110-165 degrees Fahrenheit. Also, no rinsing is involved with steam cleaning.
We clean carpet exclusively using hot water extraction along with our patented cleaning equipment. Our cleaning wands pump hot water within your carpet under pressures ranging from 35-500 PSI to release dirt and dander that’s deeply embedded. Then, the wand extracts the water and removes dirt. Our specific cleaning is powerful enough to remove on average 94% of common household allergens from carpet. While drying can take several hours, our cleaning equipment extracts virtually all water used in the cleaning process. We also use cleaning solutions so carpet is immediately safe for pets and kids after cleaning.