Carpet Cleaning Chemicals

Carpet and Upholstery Cleaning Chemicals

Carpet and Upholstery chemicals for the removal of tea, coffee, fruit juice, milk, chocolate, ink, paint, urine, soil, tar, jam, and many other  types of stain. cleaning Chemical used in  hot water extraction which begins with preconditioning. Alkaline agents such as ammonia solution for synthetic carpets, or acidic solution (such as acetic acid) for woollen carpets, are sprayed into the carpet, then agitated with a grooming brush or an automatic scrubbing machine. Next, a pressurized manual or automatic cleaning tool (known as a wand) passes over the surface to rinse out all pre-conditioner, residue, and particulates. If an alkaline detergent is used on a woollen carpet, use of a mild acetic acid chemical solution will restore neutral fibres  pH. The acidic rinse thus neutralizes the alkaline residues, and can contribute to softening cleaned fabrics.

The hot water extraction method is the preferred method of many carpet manufacturers as it removes more dust and abrasive particles resulting in less wear and pile

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