How Does a Carpet Cleaner Work?

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How Does a Carpet Cleaner Work?

Some would say that there is no better feeling than that of freshly cleaned and vacuumed carpet. Rugs and carpet cleaning Singapore can be done by anyone, without a professional, for any floor type. A carpet cleaner is really nothing more than a large vacuum.

Carpets and rugs are made of fibers. Ideally, carpets get their strength from how tightly the fibers are woven together to form the whole carpet or rug. Over time, there will be a build-up of dirt within the carpet fibers which could cause the carpet to weaken.

Carpet cleaning Singapore, therefore, helps to maintain the freshness and sheen of your carpet. It also helps to remove that smell from pets, or that specific stain that you just can't seem to wipe up for the life of you.

A carpet cleaner features much the same components as that of a vacuum cleaner. However, a carpet cleaner also has a heating element which dries the carpet after cleaning. The suction power of the cleaner is used to suck up all the excess moisture after heating. The last step is to remove any leftover residue from the carpet's fibers using an agitator brush and to vacuum up the excess residue. Carpet cleaning Singapore is done with various equipment, the most notable being the rotary vacuum cleaner.

About the Author: Zonathon Rayan

Is an author and an enthusiast of random things. His latest endeavor is this eBook, on how to clean your pets and sell it on.