About cleaning systems
First of all, keep in mind that every cleaning system — regardless if it is intended for use on carpets, upholstery, rugs or for stain removal purposes — uses some form of chemical.
That particular chemical helps easily and safely clean any type of soft furnishings.
Water as a cleaning product
Secondly, we have to underline that even water, too — a key ingredient of a great number of cleaning solutions — is a chemical.
So using water whenever cleaning your carpets, rugs, upholstery and so on could mean that we use chemicals in our everyday job, even though water is seen as a harmless yet essential chemical in our industry.
Carpet cleaning code of practice
Thirdly, and the most important thing to note, is that our London cleaners’ team is fully qualified and fully trained to strictly adhere to our carpet cleaning code of practice.
Our London teams’ approach to carpet cleaning chemicalsOur London carpet cleaning teams use a crystal clear approach to using chemicals in their every day job. In plain terms, this means that our London-based cleaning technicians team will:
Use fresh, clean water
Even though it is still a chemical, water is harmless and it is one of the best cleaning products out there.
This applies regardless if you’re dealing with carpets, rugs, upholstery or any other type of soft furnishing you can think of.
Add an environment-friendly chemical (if needed)
In some situations — such as when dealing with a difficult stain removal task — our London teams of cleaners might use an environment-friendly chemical.
Don’t worry, it gets properly disposed of, after usage.
Tackle and solve the cleaning task at hand
We will professionally tackle and solve the cleaning task at hand.
Our team of London cleaning services will also request feedback on their work and will solve any outstanding tasks, for your convenience.
Rinse all our cleaning equipment
Being a responsible carpet cleaning company in London, we will properly rinse our equipment and dispose of any type of chemicals used during the process.