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Portable Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning Machine – Ninja Classic

The Best Carpet Cleaning Machine

Put The Industry’s Leading Portable Carpet Extractor To Work For You!

All Ninja Portable Carpet Cleaning Machines range from 150 to 500 psi, including models with heat, are CSA-US approved.

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40 Litre (10 Gallon) Solution and 40 Litre (10 Gallon) Recovery Capacity:
allows for maximum efficiency in time and labour costs, allowing you to work longer without any downtime.

Dual 2-Stage or 3-Stage Vacuum Motors:
The dual 2-stage motor is hooked up in series to give you great airflow and sealed suction and the dual 3-stage gives you maximum lift for more efficient water pick up from your carpets.

Adjustable PSI Pump:
Adjustable PSI pump on the 200 PSI and 500 PSI models deliver cleaning power and versatility for cleaning nearly any type of carpet
or upholstery.

25’ Power Cord(s):
Ninja Classics are outfitted with power cord(s) that require less than 15 amps, avoiding downtime and the inconvenience of overloading electrical circuits.

Hinged Design Ensures Easy Maintenance:
This innovative design allows access to components making it easy to maintain and repair.

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Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning Machine E-600

PROFESSIONAL PORTABLE E-600

Carpet & Upholstery Mobile Automotive Detailing Cleaning Machine

A High Performance Portable!
The Esteam E-600 is an economical carpet and upholstery cleaning machine that features high performance, and quality components in a compact, unbreakable  polyethylene housing. The E-600  reliably delivers professional durability.

Designed for ease of transportation and storage, the E-600 has a fold-down handle making it fit easily into almost any vehicle. A great Automotive Detail Extraction Machine. We also carry automotive detailing tools and accessories.

Features and Specifications
With its 100 psi Shurflo diaphram demand pump, there is no cleaning job too large for the E-600. It also sports a 3-stage Ametek vacuum system that produces 125″ of water lift. And, built into its durable, compact housing are two 22-litre tanks; one for the clean water solution and the other for the dirty water recovery, featuring a high water auto shut-off.

The E-600 package comes standard with 25′ of vacuum and solution hose
and a 10″ carpet wand. (Weight: 55 lbs. Size: L20″ W16″ H28″)

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Chemspec Carpet Cleaning Products and Solutions

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The Gold Standard in professional cleaning! Cleaners know they can count on Chemspec to provide efficient and cost-effective solutions for today’s tough cleaning challenges.

Chemspec Carpet Cleaning Products include solutions for:

  • Carpet Cleaning – Leading solutions for residential and commercial carpets.
  • Upholstery Cleaning – Proven products for all fabric types and soiling conditions.
  • Deodorizing – High performance odour control applications for carpet, upholstery and hard surfaces.
  • Spot and Stain Removal – Trusted results for removing coffee, grease, rust and paint stains, and more!

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Ninja Warrior Professional Portable Carpet Cleaning Machine

The Ninja Line of Portable Carpet Extraction
Ninja Warrior Professional Carpet Cleaning MachineThe Ninja Line is tailored to today’s cleaning professional who desires quality equipment. You can choose from several models of the Ninja Warrior Carpet Cleaning Machine equipped from 150 to 500 PSI and optional availability of internal heaters (1850W). A dual parallel, bypass vacuum motor system is incorporated into an optimized manifold to generate more CFM producing faster carpet drying times! The Ninja delivers the best ratio of optimized heat, vacuum power and pressure for non-stop high performance cleaning without worry of blown circuits, each of the dual power cords require only 15 amps.

Faster Job Set Up
Quickly go to your job, set up and work! Each Ninja Warrior Carpet Cleaning Machine allows you to carry a 5 gallon bucket and has quart sized bottle storage on top of the recovery tank as well as a wand tray on front of machine so that you can carry more into the job on one trip.

Low Noise Levels
We all want to be as non-intrusive to our customers and keep them happy. The Ninja’s new vacuum motor exhaust muffler design allows for less noise while you are cleaning making your customers even more happy from not only a great carpet cleaning but also happy that you did it more quietly than other carpet cleaners.

Easy Maintenance and Repairs
Each Ninja has bottom access to all motor and vacuum components making it easy to maintain and repair. This design also minimizes exposure to the motor and vacuum from water or solution.

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Cleaning Olefin Berbers and After-Cleaning Challenges

Understanding Olefin and better procedure and chemistry means better cleaning for you.

  • Simple Test for Olefin – Snip a fiber and put in into a glass of water, if it floats it’s Olefin if it sinks it is other than Olefin.
  • Many cleaners have a love/hate relationship with olefin Berber carpet.
  • We love how it cleans up, but hate the problems we can have after cleaning.
  • If you use the same procedures and chemistry to clean olefin Berber, nylon Berber and wool Berber, you could end up with problems.
  • Berber is a style of carpet that originally was the name of wool loop carpet made in England. Today, it’s the name for Berber “style” carpet that is one of several different face yarns.
  • Olefin is a very common fiber of choice for Berber styles.
  • Olefin is practically non-absorbent — making it naturally stain resistant — as it only absorbs one-tenth of one percent of its weight in moisture.
  • This causes problems, however, with typical spotting.
  • A spill on olefin, because it is almost non-absorbent, can run down to the lower part of the fiber or the backing without being absorbed by the fiber.
  • Nylon or wool, unlike olefin, will absorb much of the substance before it reaches the backing.
  • This is not to be confused with dry particulate soil that must be vacuumed and that can work its way down into any carpet pile.
  • The spills have now created unseen stains that can be sitting below the surface waiting to come to the top.
  • Some migrated below the surface during the original staining, while others were on the surface and were wiped off or worn off with vacuuming or foot traffic.
  • When we clean using hot water extraction, the olefin loops are moistened.
  • This moisture provides a route to the surface for the “slush” that has been created by mixing our water with the unseen spill material in the carpet.
  • Olefin itself doesn’t wick the soil, but the moisture that is sitting on the outside of the fiber provides a great ride to the top for the spilled material.
  • The surface soils have cleaned off beautifully, while the sub-surface materials are on their way up to the surface to cause the cleaner heartache.
  • Just as they weren’t absorbed on the way down, they’re also not absorbed on the way back up.
  • You get a call next day: “My carpet looks terrible! I think you ruined it. It has spots on it that weren’t there before!”

Best Cleaning Practices

  1. Cleaning Olefin PresprayVacuum, vacuum, vacuum and vacuum again. Pull up as much dry particulate soil as you can, “the easy way.”
  2. If wet cleaning, use a pre-conditioner designed for olefin. They do work better on olefin. Being oleophilic (oil loving), the oxidized oily soils on the olefin fiber can be a tough nut to remove.
  3. Don’t apply as much pre-conditioner on olefin as you would on nylon or wool, because the olefin fibers won’t absorb the chemical. You don’t need as much and you don’t want it running down the fibers.
  4. The surface of serious spill type stains can be bonneted off with a cotton pad or wiped off with a towel after preconditioning. You will prevent the material removed from being pushed down into the carpet with the water pressure of your wand. This isn’t always needed, but it’s better to be on the side of caution and do it too often rather than not enough.
  5. Sometimes, if you don’t have a rotary machine, vacuuming with your wand after preconditioning will remove 30 percent to 40 percent of the staining material. That means less to get pushed down into the non-absorbent fiber. (The idea is to have all the cleaning motion to be in the “up” direction, not “down”)
  6. At this point you can re-apply (if needed) another light mist of pre-conditioner and agitate the face pile with a grooming brush.
  7. Turn down the water pressure, perhaps in the range of 200-250 psi. The soil should be sitting there waiting to be rinsed off the surface. You don’t need or want a lot of pressure.

Who’s going to pay?

Now, you’re thinking, “How much do I charge for all these steps? I think we’re up to $1.50 per square foot by now.”

It doesn’t take as long as it sounds and not every carpet will need these steps.

However, even on the lightly soiled ones, extreme vacuuming is needed, along with using less pre-conditioner and pump pressure.

Final rinsing and drying.

Depending on your dry stroke technique, you may need to change it for olefin Berber.

If you rinse all the way across for eight feet or so and then come back to dry stroke, you will want to change so that each rinse stroke is immediately followed by one or more dry strokes.

This removes your cleaning solution and soils before they have a chance to work down the carpet pile.

Rinse with a slightly alkaline to neutral product through the machine. An acid after a high alkaline, which is what olefin prespray is, can leave a whitish look from salts that can form.

Bonneting with a cotton pad can assist in the drying, as the wand sometimes bounces over the surface and leaves a layer of moisture.

Bonneting, on olefin Berber, can help clean between the uneven loops where the wand couldn’t go. It can also help prevent wick-back of spots.

Use airmovers, and get it dry — fast.

Encapsulation

Thus far, we have addressed mainly hot water extraction with olefin Berbers. This is because HWE is the most common cleaning method, especially in residential settings.

Another effective way to clean olefin Berber, if you have the equipment, is encapsulation using a rotary machine and a bonnet pad.

Typical bonnet cleaning methods would apply here.

It’s very effective at cleaning, and also does a good job at preventing wick-back.

One caution: Be sure to rotary only dampened, lubricated carpet fiber. Etched olefin from pads or brushes spinning cannot be removed without resorting to carpet repair techniques.

It’s not all bad.

Some understanding of olefin and how it works can make dealing with it much easier.

Olefin is great for family rooms that get heavy “kid use,” or for rental homes, because of its natural stain resistance.

It’s perfect for areas that are prone to water-based stains.

And there you have it…cleaning Olefin with the proper knowledge and understanding can save you many headaches down the road.

Happy Cleaning!

Dennis Klager is an Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC)-approved instructor. He can be reached at dkcaw@hotmail.com.

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