Earlier this month, our technician, Joanne spent a productive morning as a residential property in Chippenham cleaning 3 sofas & a rug. All the items for cleaning were in good condition but with numerous cats & dogs, the customer wanted a deep clean to get them all cleaner, fresher & sanitised.
To get the cleaning process off to a good start, Joanne gave the sofas a thorough vacuum to lift as much surface debris as possible. Then any visible stains were treated & an eco-sanitising pre-spray was applied. These products are given time to dwell to ensure they break down any stains/dirt.
Once these solutions have done their job, Joanne uses a rotary agitation tool to gentle agitate the fabric & bring any remaining soiling to the surface ready for extraction.
The final part of the cleaning process is the traditional rinse extraction, otherwise known as steam cleaning. This machine removes all the remaining soiling, products & water from the upholstery.
Once this particular sofa was cleaned, it was on to the next one …..
As there was lots of cleaning going on, Joanne used air-movers to help speed up the drying process for the customers as shown in the photos above. Once this clean of this sofa was completed, it was on to the next one….
The same method of cleaning was used on all 3 sofas, and the use of the air-movers continued whilst Joanne moved on to tackling the rug.
As with the sofas, the rug was in good condition, the customer was just looking for a good clean & freshen up. The method of cleaning rugs is similar to that of upholstery although it is generally more time consuming.
Firstly, Joanne laid a couple of tarpaulins down to protect the floor whilst cleaning the rug. In the warmer months, we try to clean rugs outside but this was not possible on this occasion.
Once the rug has been placed on the tarpaulin, it is pre-tested, specifically for dye-fastness. Once it has been confirmed that is ok to proceed with the clean, the rug is vacuumed front & back.
Any stains that have been noted are then treated before a wool safe eco-sanitising pre-spray is applied.
Once these have had time to dwell, the rug is agitated to bring the remaining debris to the surface & then finally the rinse extraction takes place to remove all remaining debris, solutions & water.
Once this had all been completed, the rug is left to dry. We recommend hanging them over the backs of chairs or bannisters where there is good airflow to help speed the drying process up.
All of the upholstery & the rug has had a full deep clean that is also a green clean which left them all cleaner, fresher & sanitised using eco-friendly products that do not compromise on results. All the products used are also safe for pets & humans!
If you are looking to have some professional cleaning carried out, please visit the domestic section of our website to see what services we can offer – Domestic & Residential Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning In Bristol & Bath (greenmancleaning.co.uk)
If you would like a quote or to discuss your cleaning requirements, all of our contact details can be found here – Contact Green Man For Professional Cleaning In Bath, Bristol & Frome (greenmancleaning.co.uk)