London, United Kingdom (PressExposure) December 14, 2009 -- Today with centrally heated and cooled , climate controlled homes our houses donât, get oily, sooty or smoky and a good âspring cleanâ is done almost anytime of the year, we somehow seem to get into gear and give a through clean after certain events, like End of a Tenancy Cleaning, After Builders Cleaning, and just before Christmas , when furniture is moved around to make way for the tree, thus showing up places where we may not have been quite as thorough.
A thorough clean of our homes includes carpet cleaning, upholstery and curtain cleaning, this makes us feel like we have achieved something and gives us a feeling of âbrand newâ. These tasks are huge and require a professional cleaning company to handle, and with modern commercial cleaners and solutions when done can extend the life expectancy considerably, of the larger furnishings of our homes, with carpets in particular, a good clean keeps them hygienic especially where animals reside in the home.
Today the âHot Water Extractionâ method or commonly called âsteam cleaningâ and is the primary method for cleaning carpets both residential and commercial. Although no actual steam is involved in the cleaning process, the cleaning method involves a preconditioning of the soiled surface with an alkaline agent, the process uses a combination of high water pressure for agitation, and hot water between 120-250 degrees Fahrenheit to increase reaction rate, no need to worry about possible saturation as the preconditioner is thoroughly rinsed out and the surface is dried.
Cleaner Cleaner a London carpet cleaning company can give the consumer just what they are looking for not only in terms of carpet and upholstery cleaning treatments, but a cleaning service second to none. They boast the lowest cleaning rates in London for either business or residential and can be trusted to get a fresh look back to your property.
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