Office carpet cleaning involves many steps during cleaning to achieve the best results, they basically divided into eight (8) steps that are in turn subdivided into many other steps as the process goes:
STEP 1: Per-works Inspection
This is very important in the cleaning process, as it sets the process needed, requirements, products and machines to be used to get the best final results.
Our technicians will visit the site, will inspect the carpets, evaluates the right needed cleaning process and the particular product that is required for the works, identify the stains and list the right stain removers to be used, our technician may be required to take some photos of these stains and marks with the customer’s approval, for the records to give a full brief and idea about the works to the cleaning team that will be assigned to conduct the works.
STEP 2: Furniture Moving
If required and possible, this step involves moving furniture out of the cleaning area to deep clean under the spaces where they were sitting, to avoid damaging this furniture. Furniture that has been sitting there for a prolonged period of time may leave marks and discolourations and even very hard stains such as rust or colour browning.
STEP 3: Vacuuming
Another crucial step to cleaning office carpets is deep vacuuming, this takes place using powerful three motor vacuum cleaners to shake and remove trapped soil and dirt within the carpet.
STEP 4: Pre-spraying
A pre-sparing is required with a pre-conditioning solution to loosen the dirt and emulsify the carpet pile and break down the soil in heavy traffic areas.
STEP 5: Agitation
This takes place using a rotary disc cleaning machine, a special brush will be used depending on the carpet type, pile and dirt. This step will agitate the carpet and shakes all soil and dirt trapped within the carpet and brings it to the surface to be extracted and finally removed.
STEP 6: Soil/Dirt Extraction and Rinse
In this step, soil and dirt are extracted and removed out and away, the carpet is then rinsed from any residual soil/dirt or/and cleaning lotion and carpet shampoo.
STEP 7: Post Spotting
This takes place after carpet cleaning is completed to make sure that all spots and stains have been removed and neutralised once and for all, as some stains may still re-appear and re-surface.
STEP 8: Speed-drying
Once all cleaning process is completed, as high-speed air-blowers are applied and positioned in specific locations in the cleaned area, to make sure the carpet dries up evenly and effectively, this would avoid poor drying and leaving wet areas behind which may result in the arising of bad odours and fungus.
STEP 9: Post Cleaning Inspection
Our carpet cleaning professional will run a post-cleaning inspection as needed to make sure the cleaning that has taken place has been achieved at the customer’s level of expectation.