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.