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When it comes to carpet cleaning most consumers are at a loss. The only question you might know to ask is how much is it going to be? This article will give you some basic information on carpet cleaning methods so that you can decide which one is right for you and so that you can better interview your potential carpet cleaners.
The most popular method of carpet cleaning is called "Steam Cleaning". With this method the carpet is first sprayed with a cleaning solution and then the solution is extracted from the carpet removing the soil. Carpet will dry within six to twenty four hours after cleaning with this method.
Another popular method of cleaning is called shampoo cleaning. With this method the carpet is sprayed with a shampoo solution that is then agitated with the use of some sort of floor machine. The solution absorbs the soil and is then allowed to dry. After drying it becomes brittle and can be vacuumed out. Carpets are normally dry within one to two hours with this method.
Yet another method of cleaning is bonnet cleaning. With this method a solution is applied to the carpet and is then absorbed by cotton or synthetic cleaning pads mounted on a floor machine. Carpets are normally dry in one to two hours with this cleaning style.
A final method is called dry powder cleaning. With this method the carpet is sprinkled with a semi moist powder which is agitated into the carpet. The carpet is then allowed to dry and the powder is vacuumed out. This method usually yields drying times well under an hour.
As you can see there are a number of different cleaning methods. It is up to you to decide which method makes the most sense to you. Most carpet cleaners have an agenda so you should do your research in advance and choose the method that you like the most.
* Information above gathered from article written by James C.

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