Monday, October 29, 2012

Maintaining Car Interiors? Try Using A Carpet Shampooing Machine

Maintaining Car Interiors Using Carpet Shampooing Machine
The interiors of vehicles feature surfaces, such as carpets, upholstery, and fabric, that absorb stains and odors rather fast and thus demand the use of carpet shampooing machine. Even after a session of thorough cleaning, car interiors can quickly turn grimy and have unpleasant odors of food, coffee, and tobacco. Eliminating these odors involves removing all traces of the deposits that emanate odors, be it food deposits, beverage spills, or pet discharge. For this reason, it is important to use a high-grade rug shampooing system to maintain vehicle interiors.

Vehicle interiors include multiple surfaces made of cloth, vinyl, rubber, and leather. These materials have unique cleaning requirements and respond differently to chemical cleaners. Although vapor steamers are best for interior hard surfaces, to ensure excellent cleaning without causing any damage to these surfaces, experts recommend using a carpet shampooing machine. The heated version of a carpet shampooing machine ejects hot moisture that helps dissolve the stains, dried deposits, and mud stuck on the fabric upholstery and carpets in cars. The powerful vacuum extraction capability of a carpet shampooing machine ensures extraction of dissolved deposits and moisture from surfaces.

Heated versions of a carpet shampooing machine, such as the XTreme Power® XPH-5800T and the XTreme Power® 5900I available from Daimer®, offer unmatched results in maintaining vehicle interiors. These rug cleaners are ideal for cleaning surfaces, such as headliners, and fabric seats. To enhance the cleaning action of hot moisture ejected by these carpet extractor machines, it is best to pre-spray surfaces with green chemicals specifically designed for use on carpets and cloth upholstery. 

Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Why a Good Quality Carpet Extractor Can Cut Down Carpet Cleaning Time Considerably

Quality Carpet Extractor
If you want to keep your carpet spotlessly clean and free from virtually all dirt and stains, then you need to get a good quality carpet extractor. Such machines can be used to clean carpets with a wide degree of filth; however, these are perfect for cleaning carpets in commercial facilities.

A carpet extractor can also be used to penetrate into the deeper layers of carpets and extract hidden dirt, debris, and grime. Heated versions are popular among cleaning professionals, due to their ability to break down dirt build-up caused by chemical spills and other substances, such as oil, grease, dye, and gum wads.

A heated carpet extractor uses heat energy to break dirt build-ups into smaller molecules, which are then pulled out from the carpet surface using the powerful extraction capabilities of the machine. You do not need to use towels and brushes to remove the residues. The best carpet cleaners come with a pump that sucks up all the dirt, leaving behind a carpet that is fresh, hygienic, and as good as new.

Cleaning and maintaining industrial carpets can be a challenging task, but with the right type of carpet extractor, you can get the job done quickly and without much physical effort. Advanced carpet cleaning machines come with a low flow technology. Such machines use less amount of water to clean, minimizing drying times. A carpet extractor with this technology can clean carpets, ensuring that they dry in as little as 2 hours.

Carpet cleaning equipment from reputed brands feature heavy-duty vacuum motors, auto-fill and auto-dump, inline heating, and low flow technology.

Friday, June 8, 2012

Portable Carpet Cleaners for Efficient Auto Detailing

Portable Carpet Cleaners for Efficient Auto Detailing
Portable carpet cleaners can make carpet cleaning jobs fast and easy. One area where they have proven to be practically indispensable is in interior auto detailing. Cleaning vehicle interiors has always been a challenging task, mainly because we do not realize how dirty the car interiors can get. A soda spill on the couch at home will be doused with soap and water and cleaned up pretty quickly. But a soda spill on a car seat is treated very differently. More often than not, these spills are just wiped up and forgotten. Apart from that, vehicle interiors attract a lot of dirt and debris and get very little ventilation. Portable carpet cleaners are well equipped to deal with the demands of interior detailing.

Getting Inside the Problem
Interior detailing poses two very challenging problems - one, these difficult stains need to be removed completely and secondly, the upholstery needs to be dried out completely. Portable carpet cleaners with low water flow technology are ideally suited to deal with both of these challenges. First, the upholstery needs to be sprayed with an eco-friendly cleaning agent which will break down the dirt deposits. Then a portable carpet extractor will inject water into the upholstery. The machine’s extraction powers will work to remove the dirt and even ground-in stains and deposits.

These portable carpet cleaners do not leave the interiors soaking wet after cleaning. Since less water is used, the upholstery can dry out completely in just a couple of hours. The portable carpet cleaners from Daimer® not only offer a better cleaning solution; it also provides a better drying methodology.

Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Commercial Carpet Cleaner and the Casino Challenge

Commercial Carpet Cleaner
A commercial carpet cleaner can handle many different industrial and commercial cleaning tasks, from cleaning hotels and restaurants to movie theaters, offices, and recreational facilities. One of the tougher carpet cleaning jobs that these units often handle is cleaning casino carpets. Carpets in shopping malls, offices, and movie theaters have it a little easier, as these establishments close for a few hours every day. Casinos, on the other hand, are often open around the clock. Patrons are encouraged to stay for as long as they like, playing the slots, eating, drinking, and having good time. The net result of this can often be seen on the carpets - spilled drinks, food stains, muddy footprints, and a host of other deposits can be found on the average casino carpet. Cleaning these up can be a huge challenge as these carpets need to be cleaned well and dry out completely.

Cutting Out the Inconvenience
With the average commercial carpet cleaner, the carpeting may be very damp after cleaning. This is certainly an inconvenience in office and shopping areas, and these areas are nevertheless cordoned off until the carpet can dry out thoroughly. This inconvenience becomes a downright problem in casinos. If the area around certain tables is cordoned off, that means a loss of revenue to the casino. This is why it’s important to invest in a carpet extractor and carpet cleaning machines that use less water for cleaning. These units should use extraction powers to loosen and remove different kinds of dirt and debris.

A low water flow commercial carpet cleaner will not leave the carpet soaking wet after cleaning. The carpet will have a better chance of drying out completely, even in humid climates. Daimer® uses this special low water flow technology in a number of their carpet cleaners.

Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Don’t Choose Just Any Carpet Shampooer for Hotel Maintenance

Carpet Shampooer for Hotel MaintenanceWhen choosing a carpet shampooer and other carpet cleaning products for hotel maintenance, it’s important to invest in a machine that really understands the challenges of the job. Cleaning carpets in a hotel is very different from cleaning carpets in a home. Hotel carpets are often subject to a range of different stains and deposits. The dining area carpeting has to deal with food debris and tough liquid stains. The lobby area faces an almost continuous stream of traffic that tracks in everything from sand to dirty water to mud. To make matters even more difficult, these areas need to look good at all times. Conventional carpet cleaning methods often leave carpets very damp after cleaning. In many cases, it simply isn’t feasible to cordon off these areas for many hours, just to allow the carpet to dry.

The Low Flow Factor
This is why it’s important to invest in a carpet shampooer and carpet extractor that have a specialized low water flow technology. These machines rely less on water and more on suction and extraction powers in order to remove tough stains, ground-in deposits, and sticky sedimentation. Optimum extraction properties allow these units to dislodge debris that may have settled deep into the carpet. Dirt and sediment are removed instantly, and not only does the carpet surface become clean, it looks and feels more welcoming as well.

As this kind of low water flow carpet shampooer uses considerably less water, the carpet will be able to dry out in as little as two hours. Since carpets will also have a chance to dry out thoroughly, there is a less likelihood of germs, odors, and bacteria forming within the carpet. A number of carpet cleaning units from Daimer® have low water flow technology built into the units.

Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Four Tips to Buy Carpet Extractors for Auto Detailing

Carpet Extractors for Auto Detailing
Carpet extractors are widely used for cleaning automobiles. They are employed to clean soft interior surfaces of vehicles, such as seat upholstery and carpets. These machines remove dust, dirt and other impurities from vehicle interiors.

Carpet cleaners are available all over the internet. However, auto detailing requires specialized carpet extractors. Here are four tips to choose one of the most suitable carpet cleaning machines from Daimer® for cleaning automobile interiors.

Tip 1: Heated Output
Carpet extractors with heated output, like the XTreme Power® XPH-9300, are more efficient in cleaning. Modern machines provide an output temperature of 210°F. A heating element present in the machine raises the temperature of the output. It is even better to have machines with multiple heating elements.

Tip 2: Low Flow Machines
In the business of auto detailing, delivery time is very important. To reduce the delivery time, it is better to use machines equipped with low flow technology. This technology available from Daimer® limits the quantity of output without reducing the cleaning power. Low flow carpet cleaners reduce the drying time of the surface to as little as two hours, which in turn shortens the delivery time.

Tip 3: Separate Wands
Most suppliers provide cleaning wands along with carpet extractors. For auto detailing, it is better to use machines with separate carpet wands for cleaning carpets and upholstery wands for cleaning seat upholstery. Using separate wands makes the cleaning quicker and easier.

Tip 4: Quality Machines
The most important tip is the quality of the machine. It is better to buy machines made of high quality stainless steel material. Buying carpet cleaners from reliable suppliers, such as Daimer®, solves the quality problem. 

Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Major Uses of Commercial Carpet Extractors

Uses of Commercial Carpet Extractors
Commercial carpet extractors differ from ordinary carpet cleaners in many ways. The most important of these aspects is the output temperature. Commercial machines provide heated output, while ordinary machines offer only non-heated options.

Ordinary machines depend on mainly two factors for their cleaning efficiency: quality of the cleaning agent injected into the surface and the power of agitation of the cleaning worker. Commercial carpet extractors bring output temperature into the mix too. Top models from Daimer® can provide output temperatures of up to 210°F.

Here are some of the major uses of commercial carpet extractors.

Cleaning Shops
Most retail stores and shopping malls have mats and carpets. These mats and carpets get muddied and worn out after some time if not cleaned regularly. Carpet cleaners with heated output, such as the XTreme Power™ XPH-5800t are the best machines for cleaning mats and carpets in retail stores and shopping malls.

These machines do the job efficiently. Because carpet extractors are made specifically for cleaning carpets, the possibility of damage is often reduced. However, it is important to make sure your carpets and upholstery can withstand heated temperatures before proceeding.

Auto Detailing
Another major use of carpet cleaners is auto detailing. Carpet cleaners are used to clean the soft interior surfaces of vehicles, such as mats, carpets, and seat upholstery. Carpet cleaning machines equipped with low moisture technology are used for high-quality auto detailing. These machines ensure that vehicle surfaces dry in as little as two hours after cleaning.

Daimer®, a top supplier of cleaning machines, offers sophisticated commercial carpet extractors.