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Ian Harper

How To Clean Carpets - Low Moisture Carpet Cleaning

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Low Moisture Carpet Cleaning - A Preventive Carpet Cleaning Method


Method 1: Bonnet Low Moisture Carpet Cleaning

This method can be used on most types of carpets assuming that they are

  • in good condition
  • being regularly dry vacuumed
  • only lightly soiled
  • Spots and no stains
  • ideal for maintaining carpets or traffic areas

Equipment Needed From Prochem UK

  • Vacuum
  • Pressure sprayer
  • Standard speed rotary machine
  • Bonnet pads
  • Carpet pile brush
  • Bucket and wringer

Step 1

Vacuum area

Step 2

Pre spray are with following dilations and instructions. Only pre spray small working area 

Step 3

  • Attach a bonnet pad to rotary machine after pre dampening the pad with product
  • You then rotate with the machine side to side in swings of 1 to 2 metres. Working backwards.
  • A good working area is about 10 sq metres each pad will clean about 50 sq metres
  • The soil will be adsorbed onto the bonnet pad
  • After 50 sq metres rinse out in your bucket and wringer with a solution of




  • After each job machine wash your bonnet pads


Step 4

Reset the original pile direction. this prevents swirls when drying

Drying times are 15 to 20 minutes. so idea for areas in use all the time