Business and Commercial Carpet and Furniture Cleaning
with Robert Hurley
I use three different types of cleaning for furniture.
Steam - for heavily soiled, durable, water safe fabrics, Foam
- for lightly soiled, more delicate, water safe fabrics, or
Dry - only pure (water free) solvents are used on non-water
safe fabrics. From experience I know which process to
use to clean your furniture. Did you know the manufacturer usually
tells you which process to use? Just look under under the cushions
where there is usually a label stuck to the decking.
The label usually has one of four cleaning codes:
"W" - all water based cleaning methods are safe for this
fabric. Dry cleaning products should NOT be used.
"WS" - all cleaning methods are safe.
"S" - use only pure solvents, no water-based cleaning agents
"X" - no cleaning agents of any kind can be used. VACUUM
Consider this when you buy furniture. Furniture coded "S"
or "X" has limited or no cleaning ability and these pieces should
NOT be used in area's where traffic is heavy or spills are possible.
I clean your carpets using a rotary scrubber followed by
extraction. I utilize a synthetic cleaning agent and a
Ph balanced rinse. Very little water is used and your carpet
is dry later in the day or early the next morning. By
using a scrubber I can insure deep cleaning on those stubborn
spots or heavily traveled traffic area's. My process involves
more work than other companies, but when clean carpets are the
goal, you just do it.
Different- Flexibility around office hours, used to
working around the office environment and files are not an
issues. You don't much move. Careful around furniture.
Other issues is it's typically a different carpet,
commercial grade carpets need different attention require
different care than residential carpet cleaning. Working
around your office schedule.