Most of us have heard the term ‘steam cleaning’ as a form of carpet cleaning. The process, using only water and no chemicals, can kill many forms of bacteria living in your carpet. It’s a method favored by individuals and professional carpet cleaners. One reason for this is that it does not leave any harmful or toxic residues behind.
So, how does it work?
Depending on the type and professional grade of equipment, water is poured into a container, which is then boiled to produce steam within the equipment. The nozzle—cleaning apparatus—does the rest!
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