Carpet Cleaning 9 Step Process Explained by Royalty Steamers of Utah

Uploaded by RoyaltyServicesGroup on 25.10.2011

This is Samson with Royalty Steamers and I am going to walk you through the steps in
our carpet cleaning process. Once we get to your home we will have you walk us through
the areas you want to have the carpet cleaned. We will listen to your concerns and find out
what problem areas you are worried about. Then once you have decided to have Royalty
Steamers do the carpet cleaning, we will pre-vacuum with a commercial quality vacuum cleaner to
remove the dry soil from the carpet so that is does not get turned to mud. Then we are
going to pre-condition the carpet with a safe and effective carpet cleaning solution that
will help break up the grease and dirt and get it ready to be extracted. Next we will
scrub or agitate the carpet where needed to help it clean up better. We have a couple
of different tools we can use for agitating the carpet. The first is a carpet rake. We
can also use and RX-20 rotary jet extractor which does an excellent job on lighter colored
carpet that is matted or has a very heavy traffic lane. The next step is the steam cleaning
process which is called hot water extraction. This is where we rinse the carpet and extract
all of the grease, grime, dirt, soil, and other contaminants out to our van. The last
step is where we work on any stubborn spots that may not have responded well to the general
cleaning. We will use some more aggressive cleaners to try and improve those areas of
the carpet. Lastly we can apply a carpet protection product similar to Teflon or Scotchgard which
will give the carpet back some of its repellency and keep it looking great. All of our service
is backed by our Risk-Free Royal Service Money-Back Guarantee. Some of the other services we perform
are Air duct cleaning, carpet cleaning, ceiling cleaning, dryer vent cleaning, pet odor removal,
tile & grout cleaning, upholstery cleaning, water extraction, flood clean-up. If we can
help you out give us a call at 801-820-9355. Or you can look us up on the web at