Oconee – Carpet Steam Cleaning by Summit Janitorial

May 1, 2011


Steam cleaning is the most popular method of carpet cleaning and the one we recommend. For your Oconee carpet, steam cleaning is the safest and most effective way to go.

How Steam Cleaning Works

It’s interesting that this method is called “steam cleaning”, because no steam is used.

What happens is: our crew uses a special wand with hot water and a cleaning solution. The hot water/cleaning solution mix is applied with the wand, which also vacuums up the water mixture and accumulated dirt. It’s easy to tell how badly your carpet needed cleaning by taking a look at the water being sucked back up – it’s often brown and filled with dirt.

Prior to starting on your Oconee carpet steam cleaning, the Summit Janitorial experts thoroughly vacuum your carpets as a “pre-cleaning” treatment. This removes any surface dirt.

Recent advancements in steam cleaning have made it easier to clean your carpets with a shorter drying time.

At Summit Janitorial, we use top of the line carpet cleaning equipment and our crews know what they’re doing.

Why Steam Cleaning is Better than Carpet Cleaning Techniques

There’s several other products and systems out there to clean carpets, including shampooing, dry extraction, and bonnet cleaning. Each comes with it’s own unique disadvantages.

  • Shampooing leaves sticky residue in your carpet fibers (making them dirt attractors!).
  • The dry extraction method uses an absorbent powder that is difficult to completely remove. This leaves you with the possibility that the next time you vacuum really well, a cloud of powder will rise up into your room.
  • Bonnet cleaning is a mechanical method using a rotary machine, and can be too harsh; it can wear out your carpet fibers too fast.

Contact Summit Janitorial today for a free quote for your Oconee carpet steam cleaning.

Oconee  |  Carpet Steam Cleaning   |   Summit Janitorial

P.O. Box 26235 • Greenville, SC 29616

Phone: 864-277-3538

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