Monday, April 25, 2011

Carpet Extractors—Heated and Non-heated Versions for Auto Detailing

Heated and Non-heated Carpet Extractors
Detailing a vehicle involves maintaining different surfaces such as the exteriors, interiors, tires, glass, and wheels. Most auto detailing professionals use low flow steam cleaners and carpet extractors to obtain superior cleaning results. To ensure that these cleaning machines offer the best of performance, reliability, and durability, it is best to choose from reputable brands like Daimer®.

Cleaning the interiors of vehicles is generally a tough job. In addition to cleaning carpets and upholstery and removing tough stains, it is also essential to deodorize these surfaces. This is exactly why you must check out the XTreme Power® series of carpet extractors from Daimer®.

Cold water based carpet extractors, such as the XTreme Power® XPC-5700U, are perfect for routine interior detailing jobs, such as cleaning carpets, upholstery, headliners, foot wells, and seats. The low flow technology of this carpet shampooer helps carpets dry out in about 6 hours.

For more demanding cleaning operations, heated versions of carpet extractors, such as the XTreme Power® XPH-5800TU, will be a good choice. With hot water temperatures of up to 150ºF, this carpet cleaner helps remove stubborn dirt deposits and stains from different surfaces. Other machines, such as the XTreme Power® 5900IU, can reach temperature levels up to 210°F. This advanced carpet cleaning machine will leave your car interiors clean, fresh smelling, and dry in 2 hours.

Carpets must be pre-sprayed with a cleaning solution before the cleaning process begins. For this, Daimer® recommends using their Eco-Green® Carpet Care & Upholstery Cleaner for effective and save removal of dirt and stains. For more information