Cleaning chemistry can be confusing. Let’s clarify some terminology.
Wicking spots collect at the tips of the fibers. Here’s how to address this issue.
There are three things required for something to absorb.
Generally, color loss happens one primary hue at a time, especially for natural color loss.
Red, yellow and brown are not cool colors.
There are four other fundamentals of cleaning beyond “CHAT” that should be considered and understood by the professional cleaner.
By probing deeper into absorption, we can achieve great results when cleaning carpet.
The following information presents a new theoretical approach to understanding detergency and resoiling, based upon the topics of “polarities” and “states of matter.”
Most carpet cleaning technicians have avoided spot dyeing because it seemed too challenging to them. They had difficulty with color matching and colorfastness.
It’s a cleaner’s nightmare. Avoid the drama with these steps.