Upton-upon-Severn Carpet Cleaners
We at Top2bottom Cleaning provide a highly skilled and fully trained IICRC technician to carry out commercial and domestic carpet cleaning all across Worcestershire. As we are NCCA members we agree to work to their code of practice PAS 86:2008 BSI British Standards Institution.
Professional inspection, maintenance cleaning and restoration of textile & floor coverings. This sets us apart from other carpet cleaners in Upton-upon-Severn. So you can go ahead & book with confidence knowing you are in safe hands.
Hot Water Extraction
Hot water extraction, also referred to as “steam cleaning “is the method of cleaning where heated water is jetted onto the carpet under pressure and is extracted out with a vacuum.
This method is safe for pets safe on wool and can be used on carpets and rugs for removing dirt ,pollutants ,allergens bacteria and soil. Hot water extraction cleaning is recommended by most leading carpet manufacturers.
It is the only one considered to be a deep clean. Having your carpet or rug cleaned on a regular basis will extend its life expectancy considerably in addition to keeping it hygienic and always looking good, however if you do not clean your carpet correctly or even not cleaning it at all will reduce its life expectancy significantly.
Very Low Moisture Cleaning
This is a method of cleaning used mainly in commercial environments. It is less common in domestic environments this type of carpet cleaning limits drying times to 1-2 hours. The most established form of VLM is encapsulation this is a process where chemicals surround the dirt and capture it. Brushes and pads are used to apply the chemical that once complete the carpet will look visually cleaner. Once dry the dirt is then encapsulated. It can then be removed simply by vacuuming. Ideal for commercial maintenance cleans.
Top2bottom Cleaning are NCCA qualified in advanced spot and stain removal techniques, for removal of coffee stains wine stains, pet odour & much more.
Dry Compound Cleaning
This is another method of VLM cleaning where dry compound sponges are spread evenly all over the carpet, this compound then draws dirt and grime from the fibres to the sponge. A counter rotating brush machine or CRB is used to agitate the compound helping to further extract soil from the fibres. The final step is to remove the sponges this is done by vacuuming. This is a method suitable for natural delicate fabrics vulnerable to water damage.
Which Method is Best?
We shall inspect & survey your carpet and discuss what method is best for your needs.
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01905 354 852
The #1 Carpet Cleaning Company in Upton-upon-Severn and the West Midlands
Customer service hours are 9.00am to 6.00pm Monday to Friday