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Welcome to our cleaning service! Our team uses powerful cleaning solutions and state-of-the-art equipment to thoroughly scrub, dust, and sanitize every surface. We pay special attention to high-traffic areas and those prone to accumulating dirt. After cleaning, we carefully inspect our work to ensure that every inch of your space is sparkling clean. Thank you for choosing our service. We look forward to helping you maintain a clean and healthy environment.

Carpet cleaning steps 

Step 1: Pre-spray and scrub

  • Begin by applying a pre-spray solution to the carpet. This helps to loosen up any soil or dirt that is embedded in the carpet fibers. If necessary, use a carpet scrub brush to scrub the carpet and further loosen any dirt or stains.

Step 2: Steaming and extraction

  • Next, use a steam cleaner to heat the carpet to a temperature of 280 degrees. This will help to kill bacteria and germs, as well as effectively remove any remaining dirt and stains. After steam cleaning, use a powerful extraction machine to remove the dirty water from the carpet.

Step 3: Deodorizing

  • To eliminate any bad odors, use a deodorizing agent on the carpet. This will leave the carpet smelling fresh and clean.

Step 4: Raking

  • Finally, use a carpet rake to fluff up the fibers and speed up the drying process. This will help the carpet to dry more quickly and look refreshed.


Tile and Grout Steam Cleaning Process

Step 1: Pre-treatment

  • Before steam cleaning, apply a pre-treatment solution to the tile and grout. This helps to loosen and break up dirt, grime, and stains.

Step 2: Scrubbing

  • Use a grout brush or scrubber to scrub the tile and grout, working the pre-treatment solution into the surface. This will help to remove any remaining dirt and stains.

Step 3: Steaming

  • Next, use a truck mount steam cleaner to heat the water to a high temperature (typically around 250-300 degrees Fahrenheit). The steam is then applied to the tile and grout, effectively removing dirt and stains.

Step 4: Extraction

  • After steaming, use a high-powered extraction machine to remove the dirty water from the surface. This will leave the tile and grout clean and free of excess water.

Step 5: Drying

  • Allow the tile and grout to air dry, or use a dry towel or cloth to blot any remaining moisture.

Step 6: Sealing

  • Once the tile and grout are completely dry, apply a sealant to protect the surface from future stains and damage.


Color Sealing Process

Step 1: Clean the grout

  • Begin by thoroughly cleaning the grout using a grout cleaner and a grout brush or scrubber. This will remove any dirt, stains, or residue from the surface.

Step 2: Dry the grout

  • Allow the grout to completely dry before moving on to the next step.

Step 3: Prepare the color sealant

  • Mix the color sealant according to the manufacturer's instructions. If the grout has deep stains or discoloration, it may be necessary to use a grout stain or a grout colorant before applying the color sealant.

Step 4: Apply the color sealant

  • Use a small brush or a grout pen to apply the color sealant to the grout. Make sure to cover all of the grout lines evenly and carefully follow the manufacturer's instructions for drying times.

Step 5: Allow the color sealant to dry

  • Once the color sealant has been applied, allow it to dry completely according to the manufacturer's instructions. This may take several hours or even overnight, depending on the specific product being used.

Step 6: Apply a second coat

  • Depending on the color and condition of the grout, it may be necessary to apply a second coat of color sealant. Follow the same process as the first coat, allowing the sealant to dry completely before moving on to the next step.

Step 7: Protect the grout

  • Once the color sealant has fully dried, apply a grout sealer to protect the grout from stains and wear. This will help to extend the life of the color sealant and keep the grout looking fresh and clean.


Carpet Dying

1.Carpet Evaluation :  Before dyeing, a professional

carpet dyer will evaluate the carpet's condition, type of fiber, and suitability for dyeing. They will check for any damages, stains, or discolorations that may affect the dyeing process.

2. Preparing the Carpet :  The carpet is thoroughly

cleaned to move dirt, stains, and any existing dye. This is typically done through vacuuming and professional cleaning methods to ensure the carpet is as clean as possible before dyeing.

3. Color Selection :  The desired color or colors are

chosen for dyeing the carpet. Dyes are available in a wide range of shades, and custom color matching can also be done if required.

4. Dye Application :  There are different methods of

applying dye to the carpet, depending on the dyeing technique used. Here are a few common techniques:

   - Spray Dyeing: A specialized spray system is used to evenly apply the dye to the carpet. The dye is sprayed in a controlled manner, ensuring even coverage across the carpet's surface.
   - Immersion Dyeing: This method involves submerging the entire carpet into a dye bath. The carpet remains soaked in the dye for a specific amount of time to achieve the desired color. Afterward, excess dye is rinsed off, and the carpet is dried.

   - Spot Dyeing: Spot dyeing is used to address specific areas of discoloration or stains on the carpet. It involves applying dye only to the affected areas, matching the color to the surrounding carpet.

5. Dye Fixation :  Once the dye has been applied, a dye

fixative or steam may be used to set the color. This helps the dye bond to the carpet fibers, ensuring long-lasting color retention.

6. Drying :  The carpet is allowed to dry completely. This can be achieved through air drying or using specialized drying equipment, depending on the dyeing method used.

7. Post-Treatment :  After the carpet is dry, it is inspected to ensure the desired color has been achieved. Additional cleaning or spot treatments may be performed if necessary.

It's important to note that carpet dyeing is typically done by professionals who have experience and expertise in handling different types of carpets and dyes. DIY carpet dyeing can be challenging and may lead to inconsistent results or damage to the carpet if not done correctly. Hiring a professional ensures a more successful and satisfactory outcome.

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