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The use of rug tiles has been widespread in our lives, such as rug tiles in the living room, bedroom, and bathroom floor mats. Rug tiles not only beautify the decoration, but also absorb dust and water to some extent. Of course, this inevitably leads to a lot of dirt in the carpet.

To address this, we have collected some guidelines and procedures for household carpet cleaning to help you solve the problem of carpet cleaning. Let's take a look at how to clean rug tiles together.

Main procedures for carpet cleaning

1. Daily brushing and vacuuming to remove surface dust from the carpet, in order to prevent dust from accumulating between the fibers. The rolling brush not only combs the carpet, but also brushes off loose dust and more adhesive dirt, making cleaning more effective than just vacuuming.

2. Timely removal of stains, as new stains are easiest to remove and must be removed quickly. If left to dry or penetrate deep into the sculpted wall to wall carpet, it will cause long-term damage.

3. Regular intermediate cleaning is necessary for rug tiles that are frequently walked on. A foam box is required for dry foam cleaning to remove sticky dirt and keep the carpet clean as new.

4. Deep cleaning is necessary when dust accumulates deep within the fibers of the carpet. Extraction cleaning is required to restore the carpet's original shine and cleanliness. Dry foam cleaning can be used instead of extraction cleaning for rug tiles that are sensitive to water.

Guidelines for carpet cleaning and operation

(I) Includes rug tiles made of various materials such as leather, pure wool, and synthetic fabrics, tapestries, bedspreads, decorative rug tiles, etc. Carpet processing in a carpet tiles supplier involves a steam sauna machine, a multifunctional cleaning machine, a vacuum cleaner that combines specialized disinfectants and stain removal agents to steam the carpet to kill mites and bacteria, use foam cleaning to remove dirt, use a vacuum cleaner to suck up dirty water, air dry, comb, and finally spray with an anti-stain spray to form a water-repellent film on the surface of the carpet, achieving water and dust resistance.

(II) Water extraction cleaning (applicable to synthetic rug tiles)

Equipment used: carpet brush, sprayer, water vacuum cleaner, carpet cleaning machine.

Agent used: carpet shampoo.

Operating procedures:

1. Use a vacuum cleaner to thoroughly suck up dust;

2. Dilute the cleaning agent, or use the water tank to inject the cleaning agent;

3. Spray the cleaning agent all over the carpet;

4. After 10-15 minutes, the stains will come off the fibers;

5. Use a carpet cleaning machine to extract the dirt while walking backward to ensure that each operation overlaps slightly and must be extracted twice;

6. At the same time, use a water vacuum cleaner to suck up the cleaned carpet;

7. Allow the carpet to dry completely. To speed up the drying process, use a carpet dryer.

(III) Dry foam cleaning (applicable to pure wool rug tiles)

Equipment used: single-disc floor scrubber with carpet brush and foam generator, carpet comb or rake, vacuum cleaner.

Agent used: high-foaming carpet cleaning agent.

Operating procedures:

1. Use a vacuum cleaner to thoroughly suck up dust;

2. For localized treatment, use a specific cleaning agent to treat oil stains, fruit stains, coffee stains, etc. on the carpet;

3. Dilute the carpet foam cleaning agent and inject it into the foam generator;

4. Use a hand brush to clean the carpet edges, corners, and areas that cannot be reached by the machine;

5. Use a single-disc floor scrubber with a foam brush to dry foam the carpet;

6. After a few minutes, repeat the process;

7. Use a carpet comb or rake to comb the carpet fibers, which is very important for the appearance of the carpet, especially for cotton and velvet rug tiles with longer fibers, and helps to speed up the drying process;

8. Let the carpet fibers dry completely;

9. Use a vacuum cleaner to remove dirt and dry foam crystalline.

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