If you want a good deep cleaning of the carpet, then it is worth considering a relatively new technology; encapsulation or encapsulation, as it is often mentioned.
You may have never heard of this before. As a cleaning method, encapsulation was actually only "discovered" in the 1990s. Although it has become more and more popular since then, it is still something that many people don't know.
What is encapsulation?
Through encapsulation, the solution can be applied to the carpet in a variety of ways: it can be applied using a rotating machine, a CRB counter-rotating brush, a brush applicator, or a compression sprayer. However, the method of application is not important; what is important is that the solution goes deep into the carpet.
What happens then is that the cleaning compound in the solution absorbs and crystallizes around the dirt on the carpet, and then it is vacuumed away.
This cleaning method is very suitable for carpets with heavy traffic. Because there is no drying time or shampoo, the length of time the carpet needs to be treated before cleaning is complete can be used again in a short time. In most cases, the cleaning can be completed in less than an hour and the carpet can be put back into use. There is an additional benefit of reducing carpet degradation by reducing wetting of the carpet.
The cleaning method is also a relatively inexpensive method, because the equipment required for cleaning is the least, and the need for operator training is the least; so to speak, this solution can almost follow the instructions on the box.
How to clean using the package cleaning method
The first step is to use the brush in the vacuum cleaner to vacuum and clean to remove about 80% of the dirt on the carpet. Adding the solution before this will make it difficult for the solution to "absorb" the dirt deeper in the carpet.
From there, add the solution to any scrubber you may use, and then apply it on the carpet at a moderate speed. When using the solution, you only need to pass the carpet once. However, please be careful not to overwet the carpet. A few liters of a properly diluted solution should be able to clean about 100 square meters, so using the solution is more like applying lightly than getting wet.
Although you will see the main difference in cleaning, the key is to make sure to vacuum frequently to collect all the crystals. It may take some time to evacuate before collecting all the crystals, but this is not a problem. As a "dry" cleaning method, encapsulation means that once the crystal has absorbed the dirt, it can be vacuumed away at any time.