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Quick Drying Carpet Cleaning In San Diego Without The Soapy Residue.

No Residues Plus Quick Dry In San Diego


What does it take so that soap is not left behind on the carpet to dry and become crunchy and flaky and a health hazard? My customers, soon to be clients have been quick to let me know that their most recent carpet cleaner ended up leaving their carpeting feeling so slick and sticky from the soap they left behind. They also proceed to tell me that their carpet looked much worse afterwards then it did before, and that it was flaky and crunchy after it ended up drying, just totally uncalled for. They always ask me, “what does it take so that soap is not left behind on my carpet feeling like a health hazard? So, I always tell them that most likely it’s due to them not applying the right kind of work ethic. It also could be based on their lack of proper knowledge or that their equipment is jus not strong enough in recovering he amount of liquid they initially put down. Getting carpets dry to the touch is an art form that many shouldn’t try to take on if they can’t make good on it. It’s also because they're probably running they're soap directly through their machine combining it with the exact same h2o they're supposed to be flushing the carpet with.

So, what happens is that the soap is left behind because it never got rinsed out in the first place and now it's left to dry on the carpet and that's what gives it that flaky look and dingy looking appearance. A lot of times carpet cleaners or carpet cleaning companies are in a hurry to meet a quota and so what they do is they rush through your job and they're done in about 30 to 45 minutes because they have to hustle along to the next job due to the time constraint and so they end up not leaving your carpet clean. In fact it's now become a toxic soup because it's mixed in with all the dirt and grease and bacteria that might have been in your carpet before they even started cleaning your carpet.

But, why was my carpet left a wet drenched mess?



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The answer to that question is simple actually. The reasons behind a carpet left soaking wet are because; number one and probably most important the carpet cleaner or technician that's cleaning your carpet doesn't have the right ethics or knowledge behind what they're doing. This makes for speeding through the job as fast as they can because they probably have a quota to meet and so they have to move it along to the next job as fast as they possibly can and that makes for an outcome that soaks carpeting all up. It’s not just the carpet either, it’s the backing and the padding too that pools between the padding and the concrete foundation. This creates a situation where dry times end up being 4 or 5 days long at the end of which, carpet takes on a nasty stench in the form of a musky or mildew smell.

Also, they may not have the right ones and techniques in order to get your carpet the driest possible before they leave. A lot of times it's because they don't know what dry passes are. Dry wanding is when a carpet cleaner pulls the equipment they clean your carpet with across the carpet without injecting hot water or steam or doing any sort of rinsing or flushing. Basically the technician is going over the carpet moving their cleaning wand or steam wand across the carpet to get the carpet dry before they move it along to the next area of carpet to be cleaned. If a carpet cleaning technician is not doing it this way then the carpet is not being cleaned correctly.

Often times not only is a carpet cleaner lacking on the proper wanding techniques, but they are also lacking on certain equipment. The amount of equipment available to get the job done right is there, they are just not utilizing it. Maybe it’s simply because they don’t know about it or maybe it revolves around them knowing, but not wanting to invest in it because it might be too expensive. Or maybe they think they’re doing the best they can. It’s not acceptable that a carpet cleaner is leaving behind so much soapy residue and using a process that leaves carpets drenched to mix in with the dirt grease and bacteria that was present on the carpet before hand, because their work ethic just couldn't cut it.

When carpet cleaning San Diego with a quality approach, it requires one to possess the necessary ethics and knowledge behind how to not leave carpet soaked and soapy residue left behind afterwards.

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