Carpet Cleaning Training
Our carpet cleaning training teaches you proper commercial carpet inspection and effecting cleaning strategies using our encapsulating cleaning detergent. Learn how regular inspection and maintenance keeps commercial carpets looking their best while reducing maintenance costs.
Carpet inspection is the first step of a commercial carpet cleaning job. Details about how the carpet is constructed, how it is installed and how the customer has previously maintained it will indicate what materials and techniques to use on the job.
- How was the carpet previously maintained?
- What detergents have been used?
- How frequently is the carpet vacuumed?
- What materials are the carpet constructed of?
- Is the carpet impacted with soil?
- What conditions are the outside entry ways in?
- Are entry way mats being used?
Cleaning Techniques & Equipment Usage
Successful commercial carpet cleaning requires proper use of equipment, materials and techniques for each job. Knowing when to use spot cleaning, how to do spot cleaning, using proper amounts of detergent and knowing different scrubbing techniques will optimize the results of your efforts.
- Spot Cleaning
- Dry Soil Recovery
- Working with encapsulating detergent
- Post Vacuuming
- Maintenace between cleanings.
The carpet inspection shows that you are a professional who prepares for your job.
Dry Soil Recovery
Good vacuuming is required to remove dry soil before cleaning your carpet.
Different carpet fiber materials and installations may require different techniques for optimal cleaning and carpet life.
Heavily Soiled Carpet
Learn to use our tools to tackle the heaviest soil loads.
Routine maintenance keeps carpet cleaner and it requires less work per cleaning.
Encapsulating detergent traps wet soil within polymer crystals. Vacuuming removes all soil and detergent residue.
Routine spot and stain removal is essential to keep a carpet uniform in appearance.
Using our encapsulating detergent leaves behind a soil resistant polymer that traps soil between cleanings.
Customer satisfaction is the difference between a carpet cleaner and a carpet cleaning professional.
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