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If you're interested in learning more details before scheduling your carpet cleaning in Port Orange, FL, we'd be glad to help you out. With years of experience, the pros at Victory Lane Carpet & Tile Cleaning have the expertise and knowledge required to answer all your questions.

A few of our most commonly asked questions are listed below.

Q: What is a CRB, and how does it work?
A: CRB stands for counter rotating brush. A counter rotating brush uses its bristles to go deep into the carpet to work out stains, odors, pet dander, grease and other types of debris.

Q: What kind of solutions do you use for commercial and residential carpet cleaning?
A: For our commercial clients, we use Code Red, an enzyme-based solution that helps break down grime, grease and dirt. For homeowners and other residential clients, we use a non-enzyme cleaner called Free & Clear. This solution is less aggressive than Code Red, making it a better choice for residential properties. However, we still use enzyme-based cleaners to remove pet stains and odors.

Q: What is the process for tile and grout cleaning?
A: We use Saigers Tsunami solution in a four-to-one ratio, a CRB, a Hydroforce SX15 spinner and hot water extracting techniques.

Q: What is the Zipper Super Spinner?
A: A Zipper Super Spinner is a cleaning device that has a 14-inch head with spinners anywhere from 2 to 6 inches in diameter. It works at 900 to 1000 PSI to blast everything out of the carpet. We use this tool for dry passes over carpeting.

Q: What is the difference between a roto and wand CRB?
A: A wand CRB averages 60 agitations per minute, while a roto CRB averages 500 agitations per minute.

Don't see your question listed above? We'd be glad to further discuss carpet and tile and grout cleaning with you over the phone. Call today to consult an expert. We'll be happy to give you a free service estimate.