When you steam clean your carpets, they will be damp, usually for up to 24 hours after the job is completed. You can reduce the time it takes the carpets to dry by either:
Air conditioning will actually INCREASE the drying time. Turning off the air conditioner and turning up the thermostat will help in the drying of your carpets.
Give the air somewhere to go. If you usually close doors to the basement or to the bedrooms make sure they stay open to facilitate air flow throughout the house.
Additionally - opening the windows will increase the air flow and allow dryer outside air to absorb the moisture filled inside air.
Increase the air movement by turning on the furnace fan AND setting up some additional portable pedestal fans in areas of the house that have low air flow. This is especially true for most basements, as the lower levels of our homes are much cooler and usually do NOT have sufficient heating or air flow.
Children, spouses, and pets are some of our best and most repeat customers! Here are some tips for treating spots and stains as they happen.
Most of the carpeting installed in North America is made of synthetic fibers that are designed to be resistant to permanent staining. But some chemicals and dyes are able to permanently alter the color of your carpet. This means that sometimes there are stains & spots that we will NOT be able to remove.
Some examples include: