Sometimes we all se asked the question: "How much pressure is required to clean a carpet?"
And, then we witness a few answers suggesting a certain pressure such as: 350--500--etc.....
Well, isn't the best and honest answer: "It all depends!"
First of all, Doesn't a real Professional determine this based on each particular job be it either Carpeting, or upholstery type? Doesn't it matter "if" the goal of the customer (ex: business) is to put an area of carpeting into usage quickly, or not?
Example: Airport carpeting which may require a faster turnover. Therefore, perhaps I would suggest using a much lower psi in an effort to lower the absorbsion rate (water) and employ a "cosmetic clean" surface cleaning.
Perhaps cleaning a Pub or restaurant would require a deeper clean and therefore, higher pressure in an effort to flush the carpeting of grease, oil, etc...
In otherwords, do we make these decisions on a whim, or are we true Professions who study and make common sense decisions based on knowledge?
Does the average operator out there consider themselves a "Professional Carpet Cleaner" only because he can move his arms back and forth using a wand? Or, is he really a true "Professional" based on study and knowledge so that he can help and advise his customer on the proper and different objectives in an effort to achieve the customers' goals?
Anyways, something to think about.....I guess.
Best to all;
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