I use micro fiber bonnets everyday. They clean excellent. That is my choice for bonnet cleaning. Been cleaning carpets for 25 years, tried the micro fiber about 3 years ago and they clean carpets much better.
Post by cleaningpro on Oct 4, 2010 10:38:07 GMT -5
Whilst Microfibre pads are effective for the final phase of a bonnet clean, there is often a need to pre-agitate with either a pad designed for the purpose on with a machine employing brushes (Rotary, OP or CRB),
I would switch to encap cleaning, it even dries quicker and your done quicker.
Well, I am encap cleaning is good option. For this you have to vacuum first that removes appropriately 80% of dry soil. It is beneficial to eliminate the reoccurring the stains. It is proved method which is more efficient and eco-friendly.
Bonnet cleaning is a low moisture, quick drying method of carpet cleaning. Perfect for high traffic areas that need to be cleaned and re-opened quickly. In most cases, carpets cleaned with bonnets are dry in about one hour (depending on carpet thickness, amount of cleaner used and humidity levels).
Post by David Bergman on Dec 21, 2013 11:13:24 GMT -5
Your first step in bonnet cleaning is to vacuum the carpet. This is important in any process but especially important in bonnet cleaning. Then apply your bonnet cleaner to the carpet and allow it to dwell for a few minutes. Next step is to place a bonnet on the carpet and place your buffer with the pad driver installed on the bonnet.
Bonnet cleaning does not use high pressure so you do not have to worry about stains coming back, ever. Another benefit of bonnet cleaning is that it dries the carpet much quicker than other methods. You can expect to have dry times in the one hour range with bonnet cleaning.