Carpet Care & Maintenance
Procedure in Hotel & Restaurant
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What Will You Learn
Summary: From this presentation you will learn
about the commercial carpet cleaning and
maintenance pr...
Carpet maintenance is one of the important
tasks of the Housekeeping department since its
proper appearance ensure an sple...
Following are the reasons that trigger the
need for handling and maintaining carpet:
• Create an positive impression
• Ens...
Soils
Soils are very dangerous
for carpets because they
affect heavy traffic areas
of carpets.
Housekeeping must take
init...
Different types of Soils
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Maintenance Cycle
Here are some recommendations or techniques for maintaining
and repairing the carpets professionally typ...
Routine Carpet Maintenance
Cycle
Policy:
 Get rid of soils adhere with carpets.
Rate of Frequency:
Whenever require acco...
Interim / Periodic Carpet
Maintenance Cycle
Policy:
To eliminate the grease and oil materials assemble on the
carpet pile ...
Restorative Carpet
Maintenance Cycle
Policy:
To thoroughly clean and repair carpet to give it a new
appearance.
Rate of Fr...
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How to Clean & Maintain Carpet in Hotel & Restaurant

  1. 1. Carpet Care & Maintenance Procedure in Hotel & Restaurant Visit: www.hospitality-school.com for Free Hospitality Training Materials
  2. 2. What Will You Learn Summary: From this presentation you will learn about the commercial carpet cleaning and maintenance procedure by housekeeping department in hotels. For Detail Tutorial on this Topic Please Visit:  http://www.hospitality-school.com/how-clean- maintain-carpet
  3. 3. Carpet maintenance is one of the important tasks of the Housekeeping department since its proper appearance ensure an splendid and magnificent atmosphere in the hotel premises though which both the in-house guest and outsider can be attracted to the hotel service and the surroundings. Visit: www.hospitality-school.com for Free Hospitality Training Materials Introduction Visit: www.hospitality-school.com for Free Hospitality Training Materials
  4. 4. Following are the reasons that trigger the need for handling and maintaining carpet: • Create an positive impression • Ensure cleanliness within the premise • Make the best use of investment. • To protect it from being soiled and to improve the air quality Visit: www.hospitality-school.com for Free Hospitality Training Materials Reasons for Handling Carpet Visit: www.hospitality-school.com for Free Hospitality Training Materials
  5. 5. Soils Soils are very dangerous for carpets because they affect heavy traffic areas of carpets. Housekeeping must take initiative to remove the soils from carpets as one single soiled area can spoil the entire appearance of the hotel. Visit: www.hospitality-school.com for Free Hospitality Training MaterialsVisit: www.hospitality-school.com for Free Hospitality Training Materials
  6. 6. Different types of Soils Visit: www.hospitality-school.com for Free Hospitality Training MaterialsVisit: www.hospitality-school.com for Free Hospitality Training Materials Different soil requires different treatment, a complete understanding of these types of soil will ensure cost effective implementation of maintenance program. Followings are the four types of soils that affect Carpet: • Dry Soils (ex- dry dirt, sand, dust) • Water Soluble Soils (ex- mud, non greasy stuffs, spillage) • Oily and Greasy Materials (ex-grease, tars, asphalt) • Stains and Discoloration (ex- miscellaneous soils such as rust, water spots, food dyes)
  7. 7. Maintenance Cycle Here are some recommendations or techniques for maintaining and repairing the carpets professionally typically known as maintenance cycle. To ensure a desired appearance of carpets including low cost of carpet maintenance, the following levels of routine maintenance cycles, interim and recuperative cleaning with skilled labor and proper time management are very necessary to follow. Maintenance cycles are categorized in to 3 areas, such as:  Routine Carpet Maintenance  Interim / Periodic Carpet Maintenance  Restorative Carpet Maintenance Visit: www.hospitality-school.com for Free Hospitality Training MaterialsVisit: www.hospitality-school.com for Free Hospitality Training Materials
  8. 8. Routine Carpet Maintenance Cycle Policy:  Get rid of soils adhere with carpets. Rate of Frequency: Whenever require according the difficulty level of grit and soil. Applied Techniques:  Daily Vacuuming  Spot and Stain Removal  Walk off mats Visit: www.hospitality-school.com for Free Hospitality Training Materials
  9. 9. Interim / Periodic Carpet Maintenance Cycle Policy: To eliminate the grease and oil materials assemble on the carpet pile surface and are easily cleaned by vacuuming. Rate of Frequency: Monthly or quarterly depending on the level of traffic and soil build up on the carpet. Applied Techniques:  Carpet Buffing or Spin Cleaning  Dry Foam and Mist Shampooing  Dry powder cleaning Visit: www.hospitality-school.com for Free Hospitality Training Materials
  10. 10. Restorative Carpet Maintenance Cycle Policy: To thoroughly clean and repair carpet to give it a new appearance. Rate of Frequency: If temporary cleaning is not sufficient for giving a high level of appearance due to heavy traffic lane soiling, uneven appearance etc. Techniques applied:  Hot Water Extraction  Rotary Shampooing Visit: www.hospitality-school.com for Free Hospitality Training MaterialsVisit: www.hospitality-school.com for Free Hospitality Training Materials
  11. 11. Visit http://www.hospitality-school.com and read 160+ free hotel & Restaurant Management Training Tutorials and get professional hotel management training manuals… Visit: www.hospitality-school.com for Free Hospitality Training Materials For More Free Hospitality Training Tutorials Visit: www.hospitality-school.com for Free Hospitality Training Materials

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