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Carpet extraction, also called deep or restorative cleaning, will remove the soil accumulation that vacuuming alone cannot.
Deep or restorative cleaning via extraction will remove the soil buildup that causes carpeting to look dirty and dull and will help revive the look and feel of carpet fibers.
Dry particulate soil removal is fundamentally different from cleaning greasy, sticky and oily soils that amass on your floor mats and carpeting in that, with extraction, the removal of unwanted matter is expedited with the help of heated water and chemicals that create a barrier between carpet fibers and soils that are then flushed out.
Failing to extract on a timely basis will allow damaging particulates to become ground into carpet fibers, marring the appearance of carpeting and making future cleanings more difficult.
Because extraction is an important part of the carpet care process, the following is a breakdown of the necessary steps to extract soils from your vehicle’s carpeting.