Saddleworth Carpet Cleaners

2 Clydesdale Rise, Diggle,

Oldham, OL3 5PX.

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Tel. 01457 877883

Mob. 07889 905787

saddleworthcarpetcleaners@hotmail.com

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domestic cleaning 

  • Professional odour removal (organic, smoke, flood odours etc).

  • Pet hair removal (manual brushing and vacuuming).

  • Enzyme treatment (active bacteria that digest any urine or protein leftover in your carpets and upholstery to eliminate the source of odour).

  • Anti-allergen treatment (hypoallergenic odour free disinfecting pre-spray).

  • Restorative cleaning (some jobs need power brushing and extra agitation before extraction to revive the original clean appearance).

  • Scotchgard protector (application of stain protective coating on your newly cleaned carpets and upholstery).

  • All of our team members are skilled to deliver the best cleaning results and every staff member is background checked for your security and peace of mind.

Carpet/Upholstery Cleaning Process

True restoration carpet and upholstery cleaning requires a more complete process and a few really important pieces that many skip. In our view, the first step for deep cleaning is a thorough vacuuming with a high powered commercial vacuum, equipped with a beater bar. Some estimates put the quantity of dry soil in the carpet as high as 74-79%. We want to remove that instead of adding water and turning it to mud. After we vacuum, we move on to the hot water extraction process...

The Hot Water Extraction/Deep Soil Removal Process

The four major components of a restoration carpet cleaning, hot water extraction process that most companies only partially complete but we involve all of these important pieces to do the job right...

 

Chemical, Agitation, Temperature and Time.

Our Deep Cleaning Process

  • Pre-vacuum with a commercial vacuum equipped with a properly adjusted beater bar

  • Pre-spray all areas with a high pH solution

  • Apply spot/stain pre-treatments to anything that looks like it needs it

  • Agitate pre-sprayed areas with a counter rotating brush machine

  • Allow adequate dwell time for solutions to work

  • Perform hot water extraction with hot water of the appropriate temperature for the carpet type

  • Re-address and spots or stains that did not come out during the hot water extraction phase

  • Place plastic or Styrofoam tabs underneath legs of furniture (steel, urethane coated wood, etc.) that pose a risk for bleeding into the carpet

  • Allow to dry

  • Apply carpet protectant (Protect Nano) or additional deodoriser as desired by customer

  • Groom carpet to remove any impressions and align carpet fibres