Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Carpet Cleaners And Carpet Extractors - Is There A Difference?

Carpet cleaners and carpet extractors from Daimer® might seem like different terms for the same cleaning machine. While it’s certainly true that both machines share many similarities, Carpet Cleaners And Carpet Extractorsthey also have very distinct functions as well. Perhaps the most striking similarity of all is that they are powerful tools for getting your carpet really clean. Even for carpets that are kept outdoors and are subjected to heavy traffic and food spills, a good carpet cleaner and carpet extractor can totally eliminate any kind of stains or deposits. Better yet, they can also remove deep-seated bacteria and mold that may be living inside the fibers of the carpet material.

But what exactly is the difference? Technically, both carpet cleaners and carpet extractors are used for cleaning carpets. But an extractor goes a step further and offers a powerful cleaning option for dirt that is deeply ground into the carpet. A lot of stains end up soaking right into the core of the carpet - even if you manage to clean it superficially, there will always be some of the deposit left in the carpet. An extractor goes deep into the material, loosening up stains and deposits, making it easier to remove them quickly and easily.

For very tough-to-clean carpets, particularly ones that are outside or kept in public areas, it’s always best to use both a carpet cleaner and a carpet extractor. The extractor can easily loosen up even the toughest deposits while the cleaner ensures that it is all removed completely. You can learn more about these carpet cleaning machines and other cleaning products by visiting

Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Carpet Extractors - What They Are And How They Can Help

How Carpet Extractors Can Help
Carpet extractors are often confused with carpet cleaners - this is understandable, since both of them deal with powerful carpet cleaning. But the truth is that these two cleaning tools are slightly different. Extractors deal especially with stubborn deposits and stains that may be embedded deep within the carpet’s material. In fact, both carpet cleaners and extractors work the same way in removing debris from carpets by spraying water and/or solution into the carpet and extracting this water and solution, along with debris and other embedded materials.

The carpet extractors from Daimer® can help clean carpets that have deep-seated dirt and stains. In the case of outdoor carpets, these deposits are sometimes left for years and are only superficially cleaned using conventional cleaning methods. Carpet extractors delve right into the root of the deposit, breaking it down, making it easier to lift and remove it completely. This is particularly effective in dealing with stains that have soaked deep into the material of the carpet. Apart from that, these machines are effective in dealing with germs and bacteria as well as going right to the source of bad odors in carpets.

Using carpet extractors ensures that the carpet is really clean, right down to the foundation of the material. You don’t have to worry about germs, mildew, mold or other bacteria growth inside your carpet. Even carpets that come into constant contact with a large variety of dirt deposits can be effectively cleaned with these machines. You can learn more about these machines and other carpet cleaning tools by visiting

Thursday, April 9, 2009

Tackle Upholstery Cleaning With Carpet Extractors

For those who aren’t familiar with carpet extractors, you might be wondering what the difference is between an extractor and a carpet cleaner. Technically, both of these machines operate in the same way - they use water and sometimes a special solution in order to clean carpets and upholstery. But that doesn’t mean that the two machines have identical uses. The truth is that there is a certain advantage to using carpet extractors.

Daimer® carpet extractors differ from ordinary carpet cleaners in that they not only clean but also extract dirt. The majority of carpet cleaners do a good job of removing superficial dirt - but if something has been deeply imbedded in the material, a cleaner usually isn’t enough. Extractors are best suited for carpets and upholstery that have deep-ground dirt, stains or grime build up. If the dirt deposits have been there for a long time, this means they have soaked into the core of the material, making them difficult for ordinary cleaners to remove. Carpet extractors are designed to lift out and remove dirt build up, debris and stubborn stains from your carpet or upholstery.

If the upholstery is in very bad shape, using carpet extractors as well as a good carpet cleaner is a powerful way to remove even the worst stains. There are two main kinds of extractors on the market today - heated and non-heated extractors. The kind of stain you are dealing with as well as the material should be considered when choosing the right extractor. You can get more information on carpet cleaners and extractors at