Proper Carpet Maintenance: Developing a Plan and Maximizing Performance
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Carpet hides dirt extremely well, making routine, effective cleaning critical to maintaining the overall health of a building and its occupants. What's needed? A thorough understanding of the various types of carpeting - and a carpet care strategy that's designed to catch the dust before it migrates throughout the building.
But tackling the topic of carpet care can be daunting. And without knowledge of the right cleaning techniques and machines used to complete the task, even seasoned cleaning professionals can feel unsure of the best method that ensures a hygienic carpet.
In this 75-minute webcast, you'll learn the necessary steps in creating a carpet care plan that enhances a carpet's performance and saves time and money.
This webcast will detail:
* The array of carpet types commonly used in a variety of buildings
* Optimizing the use of vacuums, extractors and spotters
* The role of HEPA filters and filtration systems
* Methods to control IAQ
* The impact of matting on tracking in contaminants
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