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The entire process of regular cleaning and maintenance of rugs

Methods of rug care

  • Vacuuming: Brushing the loose rug fibers and sucking up over 80% of dry dirt.

Equipment: Upright and horizontal vacuum cleaners.

  • Stain treatment

Purpose: Timely removal of stains to prevent fiber brittleness, bonding, and breakage caused by stain penetration.

Tools: Soft-bristle brush, towel, specialized stain remover, and cleaner.

  • Woven mat dry cleaning

Purpose: Washing the surface of the fancy wall to wall carpet through foam action.

Equipment/Cleaner: 20-inch, 175 rpm floor scrubber and high-foam rug cleaner.

  • Rotating shampoo dry cleaning

Purpose: Washing the multi colored carpet wall to wall surface and backing layer through foam action.

Equipment/Cleaner: 20-inch, 175 rpm floor scrubber, high-foam rug cleaner, electronic foam box (pre-foaming), and water tank release (post-foaming).

  • Extraction rug cleaning

Purpose: Thoroughly removing dirt in the deep layer of the rug and completing the water spraying, rolling brush, and water suction of the rug surface layer at one time.

Equipment/Cleaner: Separable or integral extraction machine and non-foaming rug cleaner.

Steps of rug care

  • Daily cleaning of rugs through vacuuming and stain treatment;

  • Weekly cleaning of rugs through vacuuming, stain removal, dry foam penetration, or velvet cushion grinding;

  • Regular cleaning of rugs through vacuuming, stain removal, and dry foam cleaning;

  • Thorough cleaning of rugs through cleaning, stain removal, and extraction cleaning.

Factors affecting the efficiency of rug stain treatment

  • Timing of occurrence/timeliness of treatment;

  • Types of stains;

  • Rug materials;

  • Number of times of treatment/judgment and selection of the correct method and cleaner.

The process of one-time regular cleaning and maintenance

  • Vacuuming;

  • Removal of local stains;

  • Wetting the multi colored patterned carpet; mixing a trace non-foaming rug cleaner with water and spraying it onto the surface of the rug to soften the dry materials;

  • Machine cleaning (dry foam or extraction cleaning);

  • Drying; preparation of a blower to speed up drying if necessary;

  • Vacuuming (mandatory for dry foam cleaning, unnecessary for extraction cleaning).

Identification of rug stain system method: inquiring about the location, appearance, structure, and smell of the rug

Rug vacuuming

Importance: It is the first step in cleaning the rug and facilitates an overall inspection of the stains. It is relatively simple.

Benefits: Remove dry particle dirt to make the rug pile upright.

Precautions: Vacuum the entrance and corridor 4-5 times, replace the dust bag and filter screen frequently, and check the buckle, hose, and brush before each use.

Rug stain removal

Stain removal is one of the key steps in rug cleaning and the most troublesome problem for customers.

Principles: All stains do not disappear on their own, and the longer a stain remains, the harder it is to remove. The more times it is treated, the harder it is to remove. One type of stain remover cannot remove all stains.

Points: Ensure full equipment for stain removal, improve the ability to identify stains through training, and follow standardized and systematic methods and steps for stain removal.

Stain removal operation: Encircle the stain, spray around the stain first, and then on the stain itself. Wait for 5 minutes, lightly scrape towards the center of the stain, absorb the liquid with paper or a dry towel, and rinse with water.

Do not scrub to avoid spreading the stain, and do not use colored towels to dry the rug to avoid contaminating the rug.

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