Introduction to the functions and advantages of carpet vacuum cleaners.
Electrolysis involves using an electric current to break down water molecules into hydrogen and oxygen gas. When added to a carpet vacuum, electrolyzed water can act as a natural disinfectant, killing bacteria and other harmful microorganisms in the carpet fibers. This can be especially useful for households with young children or pets who spend a lot of time on the carpets.
Steam cleaning, on the other hand, involves using high-pressure steam to clean carpets. This method can be particularly effective for removing tough stains and dirt from carpets, as the heat and pressure of the steam can break down stubborn grime that may not be removed by vacuuming alone.