Tulip Cleaning Services primarily uses steam cleaning, also called hot water extraction, on synthetic wall-to-wall carpets. The reason for this is it simply does the best job of cleaning and rejuvenating today's carpets and it is great for environmentally friendly cleaning. Even the major carpet manufacturers recommend hot water extraction as the only method that satisfies the maintenance conditions in their warranties. Steam cleaning uses extremely hot water to clean the carpet from top to bottom, and even kills dust mites.
Depending on your needs and the condition of your carpet, carpet foam, shampoo, or dry cleaning may also be appropriate. All methods of carpet cleaning use moisture, but carpet dry cleaning uses as little as possible. One of the advantages of carpet dry cleaning is its ability to improve the carpet's appearance while also drying very quickly, usually within an hour or two with adequate airflow in the room.
One area is defined as a single room up to 200 square feet. If you have a 300 square foot room, for example, it will be counted as two areas.
If your carpet gets dirty again quickly after a professional carpet cleaning, it means that there was a detergent residue left on your carpet that new dirt is sticking to. Our steam cleaning method leaves behind little or no detergent residue.
This is actually one reason why it is better to leave stain removal to us rather than purchase a spot cleaner from the store. Commercially available carpet stain treatments are often difficult to rinse out adequately so that the residue attracts dirt and can make it look like the stain has returned.
When stains reappear a few days after a carpet cleaning, it usually means that the original spill had permeated the backing or even the carpet pad, and has wicked back up to the surface after the carpet has dried. Luckily Tulip Cleaning Services has the solution for this. So if we remove a stain, and it reappears in a few days, we'll be happy to come out and take care of it. That's part of our 100% satisfaction guarantee.