Bonnet, Spin Pad Carpet Cleaning

Theory Bonnet cleaning is commonly referred to as a “dry” carpet cleaning system. Although not completely dry, bonnet cleaning is considered a low moisture carpet cleaning system. Bonnet cleaning is accomplished by spraying a detergent/solvent solution over the face of the carpet pile. This can be done with hand pump style sprayers, power sprayers, CO2 pressure tanks or specialized spray systems attached to the floor … Continue reading Bonnet, Spin Pad Carpet Cleaning

Hands-On Training On How To Restore & Polish Terrazzo, Marble & Granite Floors

A customer of Kleen Kuip’s polished a marble floor yesterday and did it all in one day and charged $1,800.00 The lady of the house was not only ecstatic but also wanted to help. Profit like that makes you want to hang up your carpet cleaning wand. Equipment needed: an old $400 polisher and a 1-day Training at Centaur Marble Polishing School for $500 It’s … Continue reading Hands-On Training On How To Restore & Polish Terrazzo, Marble & Granite Floors

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 … Continue reading Cleaning Olefin Berbers and After-Cleaning Challenges

Bonnet/Spin Pad Cleaning

Theory Bonnet cleaning is commonly referred to as a “dry” carpet cleaning system. Although not completely dry, bonnet cleaning is considered a low moisture carpet cleaning system. Bonnet cleaning is accomplished by spraying a detergent/solvent solution over the face of the carpet pile. This can be done with hand pump style sprayers, power sprayers, CO2 pressure tanks or specialized spray systems attached to the floor … Continue reading Bonnet/Spin Pad Cleaning