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.