One Stop Solutions are the leading provider when it comes to Swansea carpet cleaning, known for the high-quality service we deliver we have built a solid customer base in this field. With a team of fully trained technicians, trained at Training Courses | NCCA – National Carpet Cleaners Association. We often get asked ‘ What is the carpet cleaning process?’. Here’s a step-by-step guide on our in-depth cleaning process.
How will we clean your carpets?
Our technicians are equipped and trained to carry out wet carpet cleaning and dry cleaning.
The most common professional carpet cleaning method is the hot water extraction (also known as steam cleaning or carpet shampooing).
Step 1. Risk assessment to spot any potential hazards during the cleaning process.
Step 2. Identification of the carpet fiber type to determine the best way of cleaning it. This may involve a burn test to identify exactly what your carpet fiber is made of.
Step 3. Survey of your carpets for any spot and stains.
Step 4. UV light survey to spot any biological fluids that can’t be seen with naked eye.
Step 5. pH test of the fiber using digital pH meter to find if any potentially hazardous residues from previous cleans are present.
Once we know what type of carpet fiber we are dealing with, and determine the best course of action, the carpet cleaner will continue with the next steps:
Step 6. Your carpets will be vacuumed with a high filtration machine to remove dry soils.
Step 7. Pre-spray with antiviral product that destroys bacteria and viruses and dissolves dirt that is attached to the carpet fibres.
Step 8. Powerful steam cleaning, that will remove all dissolved dirt and leaves your carpets deep cleaned, sanitised, smooth and fragranced.
Step 9. Advanced stain treatment for any residual stains.
Step 10. Additional stain protection.
-Stain protection product is applied by fine spray. This coats the fibers with an invisible shield without changing the look and feel of your carpets; Helping them look cleaner for longer and giving you much better chance to get rid of stains should any spillage occur.