How does Professional Carpet Cleaning Works? You’ll Probably find the Answer on our FAQ page!
We’ve taken the time to list the answers to some common questions we get regarding our service. Find out all you need to know about what to expect when you have your carpets, rugs, and upholstery cleaned.
What kind of cleaning products do you use?
The products we use are safe and environmentally friendly for everyone, including children and pets. Our products are guaranteed to be soap-free and non-toxic to humans and animals and are applied following the strictest safety guidelines. Our carpet cleaning also removes pollutants and allergens that can thrive in unclean carpets and upholstery, allowing you to breathe in a cleaner and safer environment.
Should I try and clean my own carpets?
Carpet cleaning requires the use of specific equipment in order to be affective. But even with the right tools, doing your own cleaning can easily lead to water damage which will end up costing you more money than you tried to save. It is recommended that a professional is used for big jobs. If you’re just trying to get a spot out, go for it.
Why can I still smell the bad odor after I have cleaned a pet stain?
These types of stains require special technique and product for removal. If you simply use warm water with or without soap to rub the stain, the color may go away, but the compounds present in the urine will remain and cause not only bad smell, but also damage to the fibers and discoloration. Deodorants will not resolve the issue either.
Will the presence of pets affect carpet cleaning frequency?
The frequency of carpet cleaning would be determined by different parameters within each home and the presence of pets is definitely one of them. Pet hair is found all around the house. Pets leave behind them odors and their urination or dirt on carpets and sofas must be cleaned immediately to protect your health. In fact, pet stain & odor removal must take place as often as possible for the benefit of your health.
In Spot Cleaning, Do I Simply Use Water or mix it with Cleaning Solution?
New technologies have made carpets with fibers that do not attract a number of stains; therefore spraying water is enough to remove them. However, if you still use old-fashioned rugs in your home, it is sufficient to use a solution of water and an appropriate carpet cleaning agent to treat spots. If it leaves solid particles behind, a vacuum cleaner should be done afterwards.
How Are Pet Stains And Odor Removed From Carpets?
Cats and dogs are not known to sweat; hence their urinary discharge contains high levels of alkali salts that attract moisture from the air. Therefore, their urine never dries quickly, and often becomes a breeding place for bacteria and mold which causes stain, discoloration and odor. For minor pet stains, Carpet Cleaning San Francisco professionals stress that these can be removed using a combination of germicidal and enzyme rug cleaners. But for major stains, a complete floor treatment and pad replacement may be required.