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Carpet Cleaning Cambridge

Established 2005

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Domestic Carpet

Cleaning

Do you want your carpets to last longer and look cleaner all the time?

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Commercial Carpet

Cleaning

Our exclusive carpet cleaning process includes our nine-step carpet cleaning process using our truck-mounted hot water extraction system.

Art of Clean is a family business. Laurence & Pierre de Wet are the owners of Art of Clean.  

 

Pierre has been in the Cleaning Service Industry since 2005.

 

Art of Clean is a Certified Firm of the Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification (The world-leading certification and educational body for the cleaning and restoration industry), the National Carpet Cleaning Association, and Wool Safe Organisation.

 

100% Money Back Guarantee – We personally ensure that you are 100% delighted with our work if after we’ve left your home you are in any way dissatisfied, we will re-clean for free!

 

Art of Clean has been dedicated to helping homeowners get the highest return from their carpets, upholstery, rug and hard surface floor covering investment. Your enquiries are welcome we will gladly answer your questions over the telephone on 01223 655 656

Do you want your carpets to last longer and look cleaner all the time?

Our exclusive carpet cleaning process, which is used in both commercial and residential settings, includes our nine-step carpet cleaning process using our truck-mounted hot water extraction system.

Do you want carpet clean all year round? Want it to last for years longer than normal? The Maintenance Plan is for you!

Art of Clean Mission Statement: “The Most Outstanding Service Experience Ever"

 

Art of Clean Vision: We believe it is our duty to deliver our clients healthy, beautiful floors and furnishings. We improve the lives of all those people we come in contact with by offering an efficient, safe and friendly service. In return this offer Art of Clean the opportunity to develop and reach our fullest potential as individuals and as a team.

We live by the principles that are: Expect the most from ourselves, Expect the most from others, Provide assistance, Protect others from fear and influence.

To realize our vision we: always provide a safe and healthy solution to achieve the best cleaning and restoration results possible. Realising our strengths and using them to our advantage to support our clients and our fellow team members. We will commit to continuous education and self-development to ensure we serve those around us to the best of our abilities.

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Different types of cleaning methods exist and the real question is WHICH METHOD CLEANS BEST?

 

Dry foam: The cleaner applies shampoo to your carpet/upholstery, allows it to dry, and then without rinsing sucks the dried shampoo into a vacuum.  Can you imagine applying shampoo to your hair, allowing it to dry and then removing the shampoo from your head with a vacuum?  This method leaves dirty residue in your carpet/upholstery, which is one reason dry foam is not too effective.

 

Absorbent pad (bonnet buffing): This method is similar to dry foam except that the company sets a large cotton bonnet on your carpet and with a floor polishing buffer machine on top ‘buffs’ the carpet.  The rotating motion causes the bonnet to absorb dirt from your carpet.  This method is also called bonnet buffing.  Bonnet cleaning is like trying to use a large cotton towel to mop or rub the dirt out of carpets.  It’s not very effective.

 

Dry, absorbent powder:  The dry-compound is the driest of all methods.  It spreads a moist, absorbent powder through the carpet/upholstery.  It is allowed to dry and then sucked into a vacuum.  This method leaves dry sponge particles at the base of the carpet/upholstery yarn.  And because the carpet/upholstery is not rinsed, this method is not very effective.

 

Hot water extraction: This is a fancy way of saying that a hot water cleaning solution under high pressure is forced into your carpets & upholstery and then sucked out again. In a recent Technical Bulletin, Shaw Industries, the world’s largest carpet manufacturer ‘recommends the hot water extraction system, which research indicates provides the best capability for cleaning’.  This is the method we recommend for most cleaning.

 

Which type to choose, Shaw’s Technical Bulletin states:  

 “Cleaning can be done from a truck-mounted unit outside the facility with only the hose and wand brought inside, or where a truck-mounted unit cannot reach, by a portable, self-contained system brought into the facility”.

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