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Old 11-23-2011, 09:27 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Dry Cleaning Method Vs Steam Method

There are certain dry methods available for office carpet cleaning. The dry cleaning method uses absorbents that absorbs all the dirt and stains from the carpet and all you need to do after the process is complete is to vacuum out the dry cleaning agent from the carpet along with the dirt. The dry method is highly effective in situations where you have very less time and you need to clean your carpet of the dirt and grime that has accumulated

Some like cleaning office carpets with the steam method. Although this method is highly effective in getting the stains and dirt out of the carpet, this method can also damage the carpet as well. Moreover, this method is also not efficient is taking out any stain that might have altered the color of your carpet. For example, wine stains are difficult to remove from plain clothes and when spilled on a carpet they might alter some base color of the carpet itself. The steam method is inefficient in getting rid of such stains
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What has this got to do with BMW's lol?
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Dry Cleaning Method Vs Steam Method

There are certain dry methods available for office carpet cleaning. The dry cleaning method uses absorbents that absorbs all the dirt and stains from the carpet and all you need to do after the process is complete is to vacuum out the dry cleaning agent from the carpet along with the dirt. The dry method is highly effective in situations where you have very less time and you need to clean your carpet of the dirt and grime that has accumulated

Some like cleaning office carpets with the steam method. Although this method is highly effective in getting the stains and dirt out of the carpet, this method can also damage the carpet as well. Moreover, this method is also not efficient is taking out any stain that might have altered the color of your carpet. For example, wine stains are difficult to remove from plain clothes and when spilled on a carpet they might alter some base color of the carpet itself. The steam method is inefficient in getting rid of such stains
Hello this thread could be very useful if you have related it with carpet and upholstery cleaning of BMW. SO guys get to the business and share products and methods with you use to clean BMW upholstery. Hope you will make this thread bit effective
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Hello this thread could be very useful if you have related it with Carpet cleaning brisbane and upholstery cleaning of BMW. SO guys get to the business and share products and methods with you use to Carpet Cleaning Sunshine Coast BMW upholstery. Hope you will make this thread bit effective
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i really think steam cleaning is more effective because it will reduce the body temperature and also very good to use.
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I also prefer steam cleaning and steam cleaning is the best way to cleaning the carpets. But before steam cleaning just clean the carpet with vacuum cleaner. Then use a good cleaner to wipe all the stains and dust from the carpet.
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I was wondering what this post was about. Now I see that it really has no relevance to this forum, but it's good info. no less.


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