An induction vacuum works in the exact same way that any regular vacuum would, the big difference is that the induction cleaner has a filament that heats the internal water system used to deep clean any surfaces that you use it on.
It all depends on the model that you are using but you can use anything from plain heated water to being able to add detergents that soak all the way through to the fibres at the bottom of a carpet. The whole idea is that when you combine the liquid detergent and hot water with the power of the vacuum to penetrate deep into the carpet and then suck up all the liquid that has just been pumped out.
When the water is removed from the carpets, it takes up all the dirt and grime that has been collecting there over the years. When it comes to household carpets, the traffic isn’t always that heavy over the carpets and most of the time the whole family has their shoes of in any event. With a business or a big company where you have people walking up and down all day, those heavier carpets tend to get deeply soiled and are sometimes close to impossible to get out.
Wet/Dry Vacuums, Carpet Extractor Vacuums and the Drum
A heavy duty cleaner is only really necessary when you have tough heavy duty carpets to clean, and if you want to try and remove the deep seeded dirt from your office carpets, then the carpet extractor vacuums should be the one you choose. If you are only going to be removing dirt and dust off a tile floor and the occasional spill then the Wet/Dry Vacuums are the way to go there.
If you only have a small carpet area in your home and you just want to keep it the dirt out of it then you can use the standard drum or cylinder vacuums that are perfect for dust and dirt only. Each one of these vacuums has their own specific functions to help clean specific types of dirt so it’s important to make sure that you buy or hire the right one.
Big corporate companies that have massive expanses of carpet from wall to wall, on every floor would have a tough time trying to get them cleaned and the machine required for the job is quite expensive if you have to buy it out right. Unless the company can afford to pay for it as a tax write off, they will need to get a team of professionals in there to get the job done right.
The Benefits of Using an Induction Vacuum Cleaner
An induction vacuum cleaner is designed to deep clean a carpet using warm water and detergents, and a standard model would do a great job of cleaning your home carpets. The only thing you need to remember is to leave them be until they are completely dry, or you run the risk of re-soiling them and causing damage to the carpet because the fibres are wet and delicate.
Ordinary vacuums are only able suck out whatever loose dirt is stuck in the carpet, but the stuff that is deep seeded and embedded into the carpet you would need a little extra help. The outlet pipe shoots pressurised water deep down into the carpet where the warm water actively cleans out the dirt. The vacuum pipe is then run directly over the area you have just washed, sucking up all the liquid that is sitting at the bottom of the carpet.
With the right chemicals and a good, deep clean every so often, your carpets will always look like new and they will keep for many years to come. The same rules apply for individuals as it does for companies when it comes to buying one of these machines. Depending on which model you decide to buy for your home, you could end up having to deal with a hefty price tag so make sure you can afford it.
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