• How Is a Deodorizer Used in My Carpet Cleaning?

    What to expect from upholstery and carpet cleaning when it comes to the smell.

    Deodorizer in Carpet Cleaning

    Some people are hesitant to consider upholstery and carpet cleaning because they’re worried about the smell, either what’s still there or what’s left behind. Here’s how deodorizer is used in your carpet cleaning and how it might change your mind about professional cleaning:

    Reasons for Odors In Your Home

    Your carpets are like sponges; they absorb everything, including odors. The fibers of the carpet hold onto particles, even after spot cleaning, making your home less than fresh. Some of the more common causes of odors include:

    • Mold and mildew
    • Spilled food and liquid, including milk that may have soured and other food that can spoil
    • Pet urine and feces

    Cleaning Is Just the Start

    Thorough cleaning by a professional is the best way to get your carpets clean and help remove any lingering elements that are causing your carpets to smell bad. While spot cleaning after the fact is important, professional cleaning can get below the surface to really clean deep down.

    Deodorizing and Neutralizing

    The right tools and products will do more than just clean the carpet, they will neutralize the enzymes of whatever is causing the odors and get rid of the smell. This is where the deodorizer comes into play. It acts as more than a bandage; instead of covering up the smell with fragrance and detergent, it actually gets rid of the smell by eliminating the source.

    Rather than covering up the smell or even worse, living with it, it’s time to consider professional attention to your carpet. For the best upholstery and carpet cleaning, with the right deodorizer to get rid of foul odors, contact the team at Whitehall Carpet Cleaners by calling 803-732-3200 or by clicking here.

    By: Matt Lashway Wednesday, August 26, 2015
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