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Oops Steam Cleaning is proud to give you, our customers, a carpet cleaning that can't be surpassed. Our high temperature (250-300° degrees) steam is the best way to get something clean. Anything below 213° is inferior and misrepresentation of the word "steam". Granted every company says they are the best and use steam, but as we state on our Services there is a huge difference in the kind of machine that is used.
There are few things you need to ask about when calling a carpet cleaner to ensure you get your money's worth.
1. How hot does the water get?
Our answer is 250-300° degrees. The temperature of water must reach 213° degrees before it turns into saturated steam. The water's temperature will drop 20-30° degrees from the truck to the tool at your carpet, hence 250-300° degrees, so when the steam reaches the carpet it's coming out at around 220-270° degrees. Using steam allows a better cleaning without having to use sanitizers, although we do use a pre-treatment that is sprayed down before we steam it back out with all your dirt and soil which is a citric acid pre-treatment (all natural you can drink it if you wanted to).
2. What is the drying time of the carpet?
We use a number 7+ blower in all of our machines, having a blower that is this size which is above the standard of other carpet cleaners allows us to have faster dry time. Unusual weather (i.e. humidity, cold climate..), not leaving the a/c or fans turned on, having pet treatment done, heavily soiled carpet, and/or adding protectant will increase the dry time of the carpet.
3. Do they provide free in-person estimates?
Here at Oops! we do provide free in-person estimates.
Carpet Cleaning (Pure Steam) Prices
Halls:-----------------$1.00 per linear ft.
Rooms:---------------$40.00 under 250 sqft.
Stairs:----------------$2.67 per step
Closets/Landings:--$1.00 per linear ft.
Room charges are based on the average size of 250 sqft. per room. Any room more than 250 sqft. will be charged accordingly. We ask that all breakables and items you want cleaned under be moved out of the area of cleaning before our arrival. If assistance is needed, then please notify the office.
*Protecting any fabric after cleaning is recommended by their manufacturer as well as by us. *Unusual spots/stains might require additional chemicals or steps. (i.e. Blood, Color Stains, Urine, Feces, Gum, Filtration/Smoke Damage, Water Damage). To learn more, click here.
Mon - Sat 8 am - 7pm Closed Sundays
Oops Steam Cleaning uses an all-natural pre-treatment for your fabrics made of dehydrated orange peels, so safe that you can drink it.
The citric cleaner is used for several reasons, such as, to loosen the dirt/oils in the item being cleaned. Also to neutralize mild pre-existing soaps or spot cleaners on the carpet and to allow the carpet to pre-soak before we rinse the dirt and soil back out.
On another note there are unusual stains that require a particular chemical to remove or chemically neutralize the desired stain. Using a chemical is perfectly safe if it is removed by thoroughly rinsing or neutralizing. Most other companies use a dry cleaning solvent, mild detergent or soap diluted in their water.
Using common sense, if a carpet cleaner uses a solvent or soap water and is not rinsing it back out then they are leaving soap in the carpet that will dry and leave a sticky residue. It will attract dirt - making your stains re-appear and the carpet look dirty after only a month. It is also worth pointing out that prolonged contact with chemicals, even soap, is hazardous to your health.
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