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Carpet and Tile Cleaning Equipment Maintenance Procedure

Equipments Used With Cleaning the Tiles and Carpet

Carpet and tile cleaning involves the use of different types of equipment, from vacuums to steamers, brushes, and other cleaning tools. Because of this, it’s important to know how these cleaning tools are used and what kind of maintenance is needed for these tools to function properly and efficiently. Below are the main kinds of equipment used for carpet and tile cleaning, as well as the maintenance procedures for each!

Manual Tools

These include things like brooms, brushes, and mops. These are used to dust the floors or other areas where you see dirt or dust particles. You should use these to dust the surfaces that come into contact with the floor, such as the edges of hard-to-reach shelves and cabinets. Basically, every tool that’s not using electrical power to use is a manual tool. If you’re into saving energy and love cleaning things manually and taking your time, then it’s best to use one.

Mechanical Tools

Mechanical tools are devices that use a pump or motor to create suction. Most of the time, there will be some form of the valve to allow the pressurized air or fluid to escape or be released, depending on its type. This means that there’s a good chance that a pump will be used to create the suction. One example of a mechanical tool used for tile and carpet cleaning is a vacuum. Most vacuums have a rotating brush and a motor to create suction, and the tips of the rotating brush can be set to various degrees of softness or stiffness to create a thin or thick stream of suction.

Remember these tips to have your carpet and tile cleaning equipment in good condition! If you need additional advice on how to care for your carpet and tile equipment in Columbus, GA, or if you’re having issues with the equipment, call Sup-R-Kleen Carpet Care at (706) 681-1585. We’re available 24/7.