DRY CARPET CLEANING

Dry Carpet Powder –

Cleaning carpet and rugs with the cleaning power of a Microsplitting chemical infused into an organic carrier material for use in zero downtime situations and water sensitive carpets such as Sisal, Coir, Jute or Seagrass.

Jute Rug Cleaning

Jute comes from an Asian plant that produces a strong, coarse fiber commonly used in making sacks and ropes. When water or moisture touches jute, it browns very badly and will lose its tenacity (strength). Jute is very fragile when wet. It will get back some of its strength when dried, but not all of it.

A dry powder method is the preferable method of cleaning.

Recommendation:

  1. Vacuum thoroughly.
  2. Sprinkle VLM powder or SEBO DUO-P Dry carpet powder onto the carpet.
  3. Using a grooming brush, or agitator such as the SEBO Duo, groom the powder into the pile.
  4. Allow to dry and use air movers to aid this, but it must be even to prevent warping, twisting of shape (about 30 minutes).
  5. Vacuum up thoroughly again to remove product.

Sisal Carpets

Sisal is a natural product. It is comprised of woven grass, hemp, or reeds (even bamboo). It looks very similar to a welcome mat that might be at your front door. Unfortunately, sisal is very difficult to clean. It can shrink, discolor, attract insects, and give off odors when wet. Because sisal discolors and shrinks easily, the less moisture used to clean it, the better. A dry powder method is the preferable method of cleaning. If a customer insists upon a wet cleaning method, use a bonnet cleaning method with very little moisture. Be sure to notify the customer that bonnet cleaning may still cause shrinking and discoloration.

Basic Method

  1. Sprinkle VLM powder or SEBO DUO-P Dry carpet powder onto the carpet.
  2. Using a grooming brush, or agitator such as the SEBO Duo, groom the powder into the pile.
  3. Allow 30 minutes for powder to dry, then vacuum the floor.
  4. Use a deodouriser such as Natural Odour neutraliser to leave a fresh smell.

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