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Professional Carpet Cleaners Vacuum Your Carpet and Upholstery Before Cleaning Them

 

Should Carpet Cleaners vacuum your carpets and upholstery before they start to clean? This is almost unheard of in the industry! Ask yourself or your friends and family if a carpet cleaner has ever pre-vacuumed the carpets before setting up their equipment?

Not just any kind of vacuuming meets the standard for the IICRC either! That’s why a homeowner or business, even though they have pre-vacuumed, can’t be sure they are getting the best cleaning at industry standards unless their carpets are pre-vacuumed according to industry specifications by a trained carpet and upholstery cleaner.

What’s a HEPA Vacuum?

 

What’s a HEPA vacuum? HEPA stands for High Efficiency Particulate Air Filter, and it refers to the efficiency of the vacuum to remove fine particulate matter from the air before it is released back into the room.

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Pre-vacuuming must be accomplished using a vacuum cleaner with HEPA-filtration technology. Fortunately there are more home and industrial rated vacuums that are HEPA filtration equipped.

According to Wikipedia, “HEPA filters can remove at least 99.97% of airborne particles 0.3┬ámicrometers (┬Ám) in diameter.

Particles of this size are the most difficult to filter and are thus considered the most penetrating particle size (MPPS). Particles that are larger or smaller are filtered with even higher efficiency.

You want to remove the dust, not loft it into the air, so the best vacuums for the job not only agitate the fibers and lift the soil, they also keep the fine particulates in the vacuum bag, where they can be easily disposed of.

 

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What About Other Kinds of Vacuums?

 

If a carpet is in need of a restorative cleaning, your carpet cleaners vacuum may not be HEPA rated, instead using a vacuum called a Certified Pile Lifter. The Pile Lifter looks a little like something out of a cartoon, it’s an oversized vacuum with a large external motor mounted on the cleaning head.

A pile lifter aggressively combs the fibers while breaking up hard soils and embedded debris. The vibrating action shakes loose soils and allows the strong airflow of the pile lifter to remove even heavier debris like broken glass, BB’s and gravel or sand.

Studies have shown that up to 90% of the soil in carpet is dry dirt and dust that can be removed most efficiently with vacuuming.

When a carpet and upholstery cleaner fails to pre-vacuum your rugs, he is creates mud and muck that either sinks to the base of the carpet fibers, or sticks to them making it virtually impossible to remove with a wet cleaning.

Don’t let your carpet cleaner apply any pre-spray or cleaning solutions until he has pre-vacuumed every square inch of the carpets or upholstery that you want cleaned. Always be sure to have your carpet cleaners vacuum.


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