Deep Steam Cleaning Vs. The Other Methods
There are a number of various cleaning methods used to clean carpets. Hot Water Extraction or sometimes called Deep Steam Cleaning is recommended by leading manufactures There is no question that steam cleaning is the most effective and thorough way to clean your carpets and upholstery.
It is the only method that rinses all dirt and cleaning solutions right out. Methods of dry cleaning and dry foam boast a faster drying time, but is a couple of hours of quicker drying time worth it when you sacrifice the quality of the cleaning?
The problem with all other methods of carpet and upholstery cleaning is that they leave soap, residue and dirt behind. This is why many experience their carpets and upholstery re-soiling rapidly after they have been cleaned. The soap, residue and dirt they leave behind attracts more dirt and you find yourself having to ‘clean’ your carpets and upholstery more often. Think of it, if you applied shampoo to your hair and then took a towel and rubbed it dry you would remove some oil and dirt but your hair would be sticky and hard, and would rapidly attract more dirt. The same happens with these other systems.