Carpet cleaning chemicals have been around for many years and for most of that the techniques employed have gone unchanged. The equipment has improved but the carpet cleaning chemicals used have barely changed. At The Rutland Cleaning Company we are at the forefront of cleaning using the latest detergent free, free rinsing cleaning solutions for the finest and safest cleaning available.
So what difference does it make to me? you may ask. Well, most cleaners still use old fashioned detergents. They work by injecting detergents into your carpet and then sucking them out using an extraction machine. As the cleaning and rinsing fluid is the same then inevitably some of that cleaning fluid will be left in your carpets. As these fluids are normally strongly alkaline, in order to clean in the first place, then it is these alkaline residues that are left in your carpet. Such strong chemicals can have effects on young children, pets and those with delicate skin or with breathing difficulties. Cleaners using this old fashioned technology will often still be using small portable extraction machines that in many cases cannot properly rinse out the chemicals they use. The reality is that they need more suction to remove the chemicals from your carpets. This can only be properly achieved using our super powerfull truck mounted cleaning system.
So, how are we different. We can utilise modern microsplitting technology which separates the soil from the carpet fibre, is free rinsing with a suitable neutralising rinse leaving no residue in your carpets. Our techniques mean that we put down light pre-spray of our eco-friendly cleaning solution, which is then brushed into the carpet to ensure that all fibres are covered. It is at this stage that the cleaning takes place. The photo above shows a soiled carpet where we have pre-sprayed and then gone over with our special counter-rotating brush machine, and you can clearly see that the solution has separated the soiling from the carpet fibres. We then simply extract leaving no residue whatsoever in your carpets.