Although carpet is undoubtedly comfortable, over time it collects lots of dust, dirt, and other grime - even though you may vacuum regularly. While regular vacuuming is certainly important, it can only clean so much. Over time, the leftover grime can build up and even cause damage to the carpet fibers without periodic deep cleaning. So, let’s talk about steam cleaning - what is it and how does it work?
The “Ins and Outs” of Steam Cleaning
There is a right way and a wrong way to use steam cleaning equipment. With the wrong techniques, you could end up hurting your carpet fibers.
In some cases, water is all you need to flush out the bacteria and other grime in your fabrics around the home. However, in some cases you may need a cleaning solution - but don’t worry! The Steam Team has just the right answer for you.
Cleaning on a schedule is always more effective and efficient than choosing to deep clean when your carpet begins to appear dirty. Dust and dirt build up within the fibers, causing issues before we’re able to see it with the naked eye.
Steam cleaning carpet is the most effective way to clean carpet nowadays. There are other options, like dry cleaning, but those other options aren’t going to reach the particles that are settled deep into the fibers. But, with the strong suction of industrial steam cleaning equipment and the heat from the machine itself, any bacteria and other grime is lifted.
Hiring a Professional
Deep cleaning your carpet periodically can elongate the carpets lifetime. Don’t hesitate to call a professional and get help with creating that schedule to keep your carpet at its optimal condition.