Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Do You Have the Right Carpet Cleaners for Interior Auto Detailing?

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When it comes to cleaning vehicle interiors, many people don’t pay close attention to the kind of carpet cleaners they use. In fact, many people simply give their car upholstery and carpeting a quick vacuuming in order to clean it. When it comes to serious interior detailing, it’s important to invest in the right kind of carpet cleaning equipment, as vehicle interiors can also attract large amounts of dirt and debris. The outside of a car or truck is subject to frequent aeration. Even a simple rain shower can do a lot to wash away dirt and debris from the vehicle body. Vehicle interiors not only attract food and liquid spills, these are often just wiped off and forgotten. Interiors are also cleaned less frequently than the exteriors.

Daimer® understands the challenges involved in getting car interiors as clean as possible. Naturally, carpet cleaners need to work to get upholstery and carpeting thoroughly clean, dislodging deep-seated deposits, and extracting sticky stains. At the same time, these units need to allow the interiors to dry out quickly. This is a huge problem that many people face with conventional carpet cleaners. They often leave the upholstery or carpeting very wet after cleaning. Due to the lack of proper ventilation channels, this can cause the interiors to take a long time to dry out. In some cases, they may not dry out completely, allowing molds and germs to take root in the damp material.

This is why it’s important to use carpet cleaners from Daimer®’s XTreme Power® series equipped with low-moisture technology for cleaning. Rather than relying on excessive amounts of water, these systems use suction and extraction powers for cleaning, allowing the carpet to dry out in as little as two hours. More information on carpet cleaners and other carpet steam cleaning equipment can be found at www.daimer.com.