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.