There is a definite methodology to removing dirt from a carpet. However, trusting just any Albuquerque carpet cleaner to apply that methodology is a big mistake. It takes the successful completion of many different jobs under many different conditions to gain the experience to know how to apply the methodology.
Taking dirt from a carpet is not just the edited act of placing a mechanical device moving air over the carpet to lift the dirt. When a carpet is subject to heavy wear and is introduced to a wide range of grime and filth then there is a whole other level of cleaning that must be used.
There are a number of factors that come together to make a successful carpet cleaning job. These apply to removing the filth that cannot be taken out by just sucking it out mechanically. This is the grime that had for one or more reasons bonded to the fine carpet fibers themselves. These factors that remove this bound dirt are heat, dwell, and the identification of the right chemical for what is to be removed.
Heat is the first consideration in removing dirt from the carpet. Hot water not only will help to emulsify grime but it will also help the chemical to react more readily it releasing from the carpet fiber. The use of hot water is sometimes overlooked and should never be downplayed.
After heat comes dwell time. Application of the chemical mixed with the hot water must be left to steep for a measured amount of time to allow for adequate reaction between all of the cleaning factors. Extracting before enough time is allowed will cause dirt to not be fully removed and insure the necessity of a second application.
Lastly one must take into consideration whether a general all purpose cleaner can be used or