Savoie Preservation Solutions
         

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   Cleaning process for carpets and upholstery
 
           Determine carpet type, color fastness and pre test
           Dry vacuuming
           Spotting, edging, pre spray and scrub if needed
           Hot water rinse extraction 
           Drying
 
    Determining the carpet type
Determining carpet type can be done in several ways (sight, feel, texture, backing check, and more) once this is completed and the general makeup of the fibres is known, a pre test is done by wetting a small hidden area with the appropriate detergent for that type of carpet, and noting any reaction. 
 
    Dry vacuuming
The first stage of the cleaning process is a thorough pre vacuuming. Vacuuming gets rid of up to 80%of the loose dust and grit being held in the carpet fibres. It removes dust that is hard to remove once damp.

    Spotting, edging, pre spray and scrub
This next step involves treating any obvious spots and stains existing on the carpet, this ensures that each spot or stain is treated properly, maximising the possibility of removal. After this we will pre spray the area to be cleaned with a pre spray detergent suitable for your carpet and if necessary scrub the pre spray into the pile of the carpet.

    Hot water extraction also known as carpet deep steam cleaning
The hot water extraction is the main stage of the cleaning process. A high pressure water and rinse detergent solution is delivered to the carpet via a spray recovery wand linked to a high powered professional hot water extraction machine. This rinses the carpet clean of all the dirt and detergents we previously used to break down the dirt, the detergent used in the machine is used to aid the recovery of the previous detergents and also aids the recovery of all the dirt that was once deeply embedded in the fibres of your carpet.

    Drying
The final stage of the process is the drying of the carpet. Once the cleaning of the carpet has been completed the hot water solution is turned off and several passes are made over the newly cleaned carpet to remove as much water as is possible, this will speed up the drying process allowing carpets to dry within hours rather than days. forced drying can be used to speed up the drying process by the use of fans, this however is rarely required for general carpet cleaning, and more likely to be required for jobs such as flood cleanup where carpets are completely saturated with water. We can provide forced drying at a additional cost.
 
We only use cleaning products that are safe for the environment, children and pets, and every member of our team is trained in cleaning techniques for efficient and spotless results.

   Please contact SPS for more information and pricing.