Carpet cleaning, for appearance, and the removal of stains, dirt, and allergens is done through several methods. Clean carpets are recognized by manufacturers as being more visually pleasing, potentially longer-lasting, and probably healthier than poorly maintained carpets.
Steam cleaning involves using steam for cleaning. Its uses include domestic applications in cleaning flooring and household dirt removal, and industrial uses in removing grease and dirt from engines.
Water Damage Extraction and Drying are the two most important emergency and immediate actions and are required when you have water damage.
Standing water must be extracted. Water damaged flooring, baseboards, drywall, and insulation often need to be removed to expose underlying subfloors and wall cavities. Powerful grade drying fans and industrial grade dehumidifiers will be needed to remove moisture from the surfaces and the air.
Tile Cleaning is of utmost importance if you wish to maintain your tiles. Regardless of how expensive or unique your tiles are, they will not leave a good impression if they have layers of dirt trapped on their surface or inside the stone pores.
Grout is the line between your tiles, the size of the gap can vary between 1 and 15mm generally, which can depend on the type and size of the tile as well as personal preference. Usually, the larger the gap - the more dirt it can trap. Grout cleaning is one of the most difficult and time-consuming tasks if undertaken manually. Unfortunately, if the grout lines are dirty, the entire floor area will look neglected regardless of how clean your tiles are. These joints are usually much more porous than the tile itself, meaning they will attract more dirt quicker and absorb stains much deeper.
Stripping and Refinishing or Stripping and Waxing
The definition of stripping is to remove all pre-existing coats of seal and/or finish. Refinishing or Waxing, is the application of new layers of sealer and floor finish (wax).
Strip and Wax
1. The first process in floor maintenance. This is the process by which all the finish is removed from the tile using a stripping solution, mop and/or floor machine.
2. Applying a wax or finish to a floor creates a glossy, protective layer that keeps your floor attractive and free from scratches and stains.
Whether made of natural or synthetic materials, upholstered furniture typically can withstand a thorough vacuuming with an upholstery (or brush) attachment. Vacuuming is necessary on a regular basis to prevent dust and soil from becoming ground into the fabric.
Interior detailing involves a deep cleaning of the whole interior cabin. Automobile interiors of the last 50 years have a variety of materials used inside the cabin such as synthetic carpet upholstery, vinyl, leather, various natural fibers, carbon fiber composites, plastics, and others. Different techniques and products are used to address cleaning these. Vacuuming is standard, and steam cleaning, liquid and foam chemicals, as well as brushes may be used to remove stains on upholstery. Some nonporous surfaces may also be polished.