Carpet Cleaning Machines - Spray Injection Extraction Machines

LavorPro professional extraction/injection carpet cleaning machines is the choice for professional cleaning companies. Available in 3 models: Apollo, Solaris and Constellation the LavorPro Range offers a complete carpet & upholstery cleaning solution for all small, medium and large area carpets.

All machines are equipped with 50L & 78L stainless steel tanks with 1 or 2 stage vacuum motors for drying power, single or twin detergent injection pumps to target stains and ensure the right level of chemical is being applied to provide optimum carpet cleaning performance. All machines come with a wide selection of accessories built to the highest quality to ensure you can tailor your LavorPro Carpet cleaner to any carpet & upholstery cleaning task.

LavorPro Carpet Extraction machines are used in Car Body shops, Industrial cleaning, retail cleaning, leisure facilities, schools and universities and more across the world,  offering unrivalled best value for performance & cost in use.

 

 

 

 

How to use carpet shampoo machines like a pro.

Carpet shampooing is another popular way to clean your carpets. There are many different brands of carpet shampoo, so make sure that you follow the guidance on the label. Make up the solution as directed on the packaging. In many cases, the product will need to be diluted with water. Use just enough carpet shampoo to cover the area. Do not make the carpet too wet – not only is this a waste of detergent, but it’s also going to increase drying time. Scrub on the particularly stubborn areas using a hard-bristled brush. Let the carpet dry. Vacuum the shampoo once it has dried.

CARPET CARE TIPS - Dirt is like thousands of little blades that cut intocarpet fibers. When you walk across a dirty carpet, you grind sharp dirt particles against the yarn, making tiny nicks in the fibers. All that fuzz mixed in with the dirt in your vacuum cleaner bags is your beautiful carpet headed out the door one bag at a time. When dirt scratches the fibers, it dulls the sheen, which is why high-traffic areas appear duller than the rest of the carpet. Over time, grinding dirt wears away the fibers too, which mats them down and makes them stain more easily. Follow these tips to keep your carpet as dirt-free as possible. Vacuum often To protect your carpet, vacuum entrance areas and high-traffic areas twice a week and the rest of the carpeting at least weekly. Oily soils attract oily soils, and frequent vacuuming will reduce soil buildup. Start with a clean bag or filter A dirty bag, dirt cup or filter can cut a vacuum’s suction power in half. The main reason bagless vacuums stop working is that the filters aren’t changed often enough. Replace or wash (if possible) the filters on bagless vacuums every three months. Replace vacuum bags when they’re three-quarters full. Vacuum at the right speed Vacuum slowly enough to get out as much dirt as possible. Make one quick pass over low-traffic areas and two slow passes over high-traffic areas. Two slow passes removes ground-in dirt more effectively than several fast passes. Use walk-off mats Use walk-off mats inside and out to keep dirt off the carpeting. Coarse-textured mats outside your doors remove soil. Water-absorbent mats inside prevent wet shoes on the carpeting.