When looking for a carpet cleaner in the Tri-State Area and/or Westchester, NY look no further! Higher Level Cleaning Services, Inc. has been servicing the Tri-State Area / Westchester and surrounding areas since 1998 and guarantees 100% satisfaction on all if their work.
As a valued visitor of our site here are some tips on some easy things you can do to keep your carpet fresh and clean.
Three steps for proper carpet care:
Carpet cleaning is just like exercise! If you get into a routine and keep it up, you will see great results and feel better for it. Understanding the right way to clean carpet will help you save time by doing it correctly the first time with products and professionals that do the job right from the start. Not only will hiring the right professional keep your carpet looking great, they can also help meet the warranty requirements of the carpet manufacturer. Below are three simple steps to keeping your carpet clean and looking great:
- Vacuum at the right frequency with a approved vacuum.
- Clean spots quickly with products that do not damage the carpet or cause it to re-soil quicker.
- Professionally clean your carpets every 12 to 18 months to remove embedded dirt and grime.
STEAM CLEANING is the most common carpet cleaning method. To really clean a carpet, deep clean a carpet, it will need to be steam cleaned at least once if not twice per year depending on the use it receives. A cleaning solution is pre-sprayed, then hot water with a rinsing agent is extracted via a wand.
You go over the carpet a section at a time, overlapping your last pass. As the hot water is extracted, the wand is also vacuuming up the water and the dirt. We have a clear cylinder that is connected to the vacuum hose so you can see the water passing through it. When you look at the water being extracted, it often looks brown and dirty. You and your customer can see that the carpet is really being deep cleaned. It is a very good idea to vacuum the carpet first to pick up loose and surface level dirt.
The carpet takes 4-8 hours to dry. As the carpet dries, the nap rises and the result is a very clean, fresh and “new- appearing” carpet. The big advances in the water extraction method the past few years have made this one of the best ways to clean carpets. The machines and equipment are now more powerful, and one of the best improvements, the water extraction power has been increased so that drying time is shorter.
Higher Level Cleaning uses the power of extraction to lift dirt and soil to the surface of your fabric upholstery where it is sucked away using our powerful system. Our solutions penetrate deep into the base of the fiber, literally exploding dirt and grime off of the fiber’s surface. Then, we use hot water extraction to lift the dirty particles to the surface where they are whisked away. Higher Level’s safe, non-toxic solutions and environmentally safe actually help your fabrics stay as clean as when they were new. When looking for an upholstery cleaner or carpet cleaners in the Tri-State / Westchester area, look no further! Higher Level Cleaning Services' is there to serve you.
Higher Level Cleaning Service`s process
- Safe for all kinds of furniture, including some of the finest natural fibers and the hardiest synthetics.
- It’s Safe for children and pets.
- It’s a money saver because Dynamic leaves no dirt-attracting residues which can prematurely re-soil your upholstery.
- Great for auto, boat interiors, office dividers and any upholstered item.
- Dynamic’s fabric Protector protects your upholstery by forming a water and oil repellent barrier on the surface of your upholstery material.
Weekly vacuuming or light brushing is a fabric care tip that helps to remove soil and protect fabric from the embedding of dirt or grime between fibers which can increase abrasion and wear.
The life of upholstered cushions can be increased through periodic turning. The weekly reversal of loose cushions will allow even distribution of wear over a long period of time.
Fabric protection helps to increase the useful life of upholstered furniture by protecting fabrics from soil and stains. Some fabric protections are mill applied and others can be applied in the store or at home.
A protective finish does not eliminate the necessity of proper fabric care. It modifies the absorbency and soil removal characteristics of a fabric. It does not put a plastic cover on it. Loose dirt should be vacuumed and brushed away before it becomes embedded and harder to remove. Spills and stains should be cleaned away quickly following manufacturer’s fabric care code instructions for furniture cleaning.
Many furniture fabrics now carry the furniture industry’s clean-ability code adopted in 1969. It gives the consumer information about the proper furniture cleaning methods for specific fabrics. There are four letters in the code, immediately followed by furniture cleaning instructions. The code letters are W, S, W-S, and X.
Permanent furniture cleaning labels will normally be found under the seat cushion. When spot cleaning furniture, it is always a good idea for consumers to first pretest the fabric for discoloration and shrinkage on an inconspicuous part of the furniture. When overall furniture cleaning is required, professional furniture cleaning will often achieve the most satisfactory results. Never remove cushion covers or arm caps for separate furniture cleaning. This may destroy the backing, cause shrinking and create color changes.
To prevent overall soil, frequent vacuuming or light brushing to remove dust and grime is a recommended step in furniture cleaning. Spot clean, using the foam only from a water-based cleaning agent such as a mild detergent or non-solvent upholstery shampoo product. Apply foam with a soft brush in a circular motion. Vacuum when dry. Pretest a small area before proceeding. Use a professional furniture cleaning service when an overall soiled condition has been reached.
To prevent overall soil, frequent vacuuming or light brushing to remove dust and grime is recommended. Spot clean using a mild water-free solvent or dry cleaning product containing carbon tetrachloride which is highly toxic. Pretest a small area before proceeding. Furniture cleaning by a professional cleaning service only is recommended.
To prevent overall soil, frequent vacuuming or light brushing to remove dust and grime is recommended. Spot clean, with a mild solvent, an upholstery shampoo, or the foam from a mild detergent. When using a solvent or dry cleaning product, follow instructions carefully and clean only in a well ventilated room. Avoid any product which contains carbon tetrachloride which is highly toxic. With either method, pretest a small area before proceeding. Use a professional furniture cleaning service when an overall soiled condition has been reached.
Clean this fabric only by vacuuming or light brushing to prevent accumulation of dust or grime. Water-based foam furniture cleaners or solvent based furniture cleaning agents of any kind may cause excessive shrinking, staining or distortion of the surface pile and, therefore, should not be used.