Carpet cleaning in Columbus, OH, that Last Longer:Qwik Dry uses a proprietary low moisture encapsulation solution that is not only safe for your family and pets, buts cleans extremely well and dries within about an hour. Our encapsulant solution gets worked into the carpet, surrounds the carpet fibers and pushes the dirt out. Our peroxide booster will kill any of the bacteria, mold and mildew in your carpet and there is no chance of any further mold and mildew from growing in your carpet due to “soaking wet carpet.”
Qwik Dry uses a Counter Rotating Brush (CRB) machine to scrub in our solution and then we use and Oscillating Pad Driver (OP) with a cotton bonnet to pull the dirt out. After our encapsulant dries, it pushes the remaining dirt to the surface and is ultimately pulled out by subsequent vacuuming.
Limitations & Problems with Carpet Cleaning in Columbus, OH:
Hot Water Extraction(HWE) or Steam Cleaning – First of all, most companies don’t use Steam, they use Hot Water. The dirtier your carpet, the more water they use. While the carpet is drying, the dirt and stains at the base of the carpet fiber will “wick” back up to the surface. This causes newly cleaned carpet to appear dirty.
Low-Moisture Carpet Cleaning in Columbus, OH with Counter Rotating Brush (CRB) – CRB’s are great tools for scrubbing the carpet and pulling the knap of the carpet up. However, they do not remove the dirt from the carpet fibers themselves. Most low moisture carpet cleaners rely specifically on this machine to do all the work.
Low Moisture Foaming Machines – This method of carpet cleaning in Columbus, OH usually uses a Foaming Machine with a single brush and a small vacuum to pick up the excess foam and dirt as it is pulled across the carpet. The problem here, is that the brush does not have enough power to scrub the carpet and the foam does not have time to work before it is vacuumed up. There is another foam method that uses and circular brush to lay down the foam, but this machine could actually damage your carpet fibers.
Oscillating Pad Machine (OP) with Bonnet – This method is referred to as an OP or Bonnet Cleaning. This machine does a great job in getting the surface dirt out, but it has a hard time in removing the dirt from below the surface (next to the backing). Most operators that use this machine have a tendency to put down more solution than they need to in an effort to get the solution completely into the carpet fibers. This can cause the carpet to be over-saturated with more solution than you need. This will cause the carpet to take longer to dry.
Thank you for your interest in our commercial and residential carpet cleaning in Columbus, OH. We look forward to hearing from you soon.
Phone (614) 412-3300
Hours of Operation Monday - Saturday: 8 AM - 6 PM After-Hours Available Upon Request
Service Area Columbus, OH, and the Surrounding Areas