Learn about the Cleanvac BRS 420 B
The Cleanvac BRS 420 B is a powerful and versatile carpet cleaning machine designed to make deep cleaning carpets easier and more efficient. This machine is equipped with state-of-the-art technology, making it a popular choice among professional cleaners.
One of the most impressive features of the Cleanvac BRS 420 B is its powerful vacuum motor. With a suction power of 250 mbar and an airflow rate of 420m³/h, it can quickly and effectively remove dirt, debris, and moisture from carpets. This is especially important when deep cleaning, as it ensures that the carpets are left as dry as possible, reducing the risk of mold and mildew growth.
The Cleanvac BRS 420 B also features a high-pressure pump, which can spray cleaning solution deep into the carpet fibers. This ensures that the cleaning solution reaches every nook and cranny of the carpet, providing a thorough clean. The pump has an adjustable pressure range of 3-8 bar, making it suitable for cleaning a wide range of carpet types and pile heights.
Another impressive feature of the Cleanvac BRS 420 B is its large 35-liter solution tank and 35-liter recovery tank. This means that you can clean large areas without having to stop and refill the solution tank or empty the recovery tank frequently. The tanks are also removable, making them easy to clean and maintain.
The Cleanvac BRS 420 B also has a user-friendly control panel that is easy to operate. It features a digital display that shows the pump pressure and solution flow rate, allowing you to adjust the settings to suit your cleaning needs. The control panel also includes a separate switch for the vacuum motor, making it easy to turn on and off as needed.
This machine also has a built-in heater that can heat the cleaning solution up to 60°C, providing better cleaning results. The heater has a temperature control feature, allowing you to set the temperature to your desired level, making it suitable for a wide range of cleaning tasks.
In terms of mobility, the Cleanvac BRS 420 B features large wheels and a handle, making it easy to move from one area to another. The machine also has a compact design, allowing it to fit into tight spaces, making it suitable for use in residential and commercial settings.
Another important feature of the Cleanvac BRS 420 B is its durability. It is built with high-quality materials, making it a sturdy and reliable machine. The motor and other critical components are also well protected from dust and moisture, ensuring the machine lasts longer and requires less maintenance.
Overall, the Cleanvac BRS 420 B is a highly effective and efficient carpet cleaning machine. Its powerful vacuum motor, high-pressure pump, large tanks, and user-friendly control panel make it a popular choice among professional cleaners. The machine is also compact, mobile, and built to last, making it a sound investment for anyone looking to deep clean carpets quickly and efficiently. Whether you are a professional cleaner or a homeowner looking to clean your carpets, the Cleanvac BRS 420 B is definitely worth considering.
Time is Your best friend!
Treating pet stains on a rug can be a difficult task, but with the right approach and the right tools, it is possible to effectively remove the stains and restore the appearance of your rug.
The first step in treating pet stains on a rug is to act quickly. The longer the stain sits, the more difficult it will be to remove, and the greater the chance of it causing permanent damage to the rug. If possible, immediately blot up as much of the urine as you can with a clean, white cloth. Be sure to press down firmly to absorb as much of the liquid as possible, but avoid scrubbing or rubbing the rug, as this can cause the stain to spread.
Once you have blotted up as much of the urine as possible, the next step is to apply a stain remover. You can use a store-bought pet stain remover, or you can make your own solution by mixing one part white vinegar with one part water. Apply the solution to the stain and blot it up with a clean cloth. Repeat this process until the stain has been removed.
Everyday products work the best!
Another method that is commonly used to remove pet stains is to use baking soda. Sprinkle baking soda over the stain and then spray it with white vinegar. The baking soda and vinegar will create a fizzing reaction, which will help to break down the stain. Once the fizzing has stopped, blot up the liquid with a clean cloth.
If the stain remains, you can try using hydrogen peroxide. Mix one tablespoon of hydrogen peroxide with one tablespoon of dish soap and apply the solution to the stain. Let it sit for 10-15 minutes, and then blot it up with a clean cloth.
After trying any of the solutions, it's important to rinse the area with clean water to remove any residue. Then, use a clean cloth or paper towel to blot the area until it's dry.
It's also important to note that when trying to remove pet stains, it's important to test the solution in an inconspicuous area of the rug first to ensure that it does not cause any damage or discoloration.
Not in time, call the Pros!
If the stain remains even after trying these methods, it's best to seek professional help. A professional rug cleaner will have the expertise and equipment to remove even the most stubborn stains.
To prevent future pet stains, it's important to take precautions such as house-training your pet, providing them with appropriate elimination areas, and being prepared with a stain remover on hand. Regular vacuuming can also help prevent stains by removing hair and dirt that can attract pets.
Carpet Cleaning tips
Water will do the trick!
How should you clean up a liquid spill on your carpet? First, You should immediately grab a towel; place it over the spill and firmly adding downward pressure to soak up the spill on the carpet. Rotate the towel to an unsoiled area and continue to soak up the spilled liquid until there is no more transfer of liquid to the towel. Next, if you see discoloration on the carpet from the spill get clean towel and a cup of water. Pour a little water on the area and repeat the first step. Continue to do this until your carpet coloring is back to its original color. This method also applies for rugs.
Blot, Do not Wipe!
We are conditioned to wipe away any spills. However, blotting a spill is the best course of action according to our trained professionals!
Sometimes, the thickness of the carper fibers prevent you from being able to completely remove the stain. Therefore, contact us for a no obligation quote. FYI: Spot removal is included in our carpet cleaning services at no extra cost.