When is carpet cleaner time?
SpotBot carpet cleaner is a brand new carpet cleaning service for consumers and businesses.
It has been launched by the company that was bought by Nestlé in 2016.
The service is currently available to customers in Ireland and the US, where it offers a range of carpet cleaning services.
The company has since expanded its services across Europe and has launched its own home cleaning service.
It’s not the first time Nestlé has made a big push into carpet cleaning.
It previously launched its cleaning service in the UK, where the company launched its “Spatiotone” cleaning products in 2016 and then in 2017 it launched its Spatiotones “Cleaning Plus” and “Cleanser Plus” products.
In the US it launched Spatios Clean, a vacuum cleaner.
The Spatiatone Clean vacuum cleaner and Spatialone Clean scrubber both feature the Nestlé brand.
The SpotBot company says it has been around for a number of years, with its original service launched in 2007 and it now operates in 40 countries.
SpotBot is the first company to offer a carpet cleaning product that can be vacuumed, heated, or even heated using a Thermo-Magic heating element.
Spotbot claims it can vacuum up to 100,000 sq ft of carpet and its Clean service is designed to “clean the carpet from any spot” and also has the ability to clean any spot on a carpet by heating it.
Spot bot claims its carpet cleaning products can clean up to 500 square metres of carpet, but it says this is based on a guess.
This is where the “wool” part comes in.
The carpet can be removed, cleaned, and then returned to its original condition.
The cleaner is designed with the same thermal characteristics as a carpet surface.
It does this by heating the carpet and then placing it in a hot air bath.
This allows the carpet to become more porous and more easily cleansed, and can remove any dirt and grime from the carpet.
It also claims it is “easy to clean” and is “free from the risk of mould and other environmental issues”.
SpotBot claims its cleaners are effective at removing the “dead spots” that tend to hide in carpet and can help reduce the amount of dust and odours on a home carpet.
The products are available in different sizes and flavours and have a range from 10 to 40 cleaning units.
Spot Bot also claims the products can “clean carpet up to 300 sq ft”.
The company also claims to have improved the carpet cleaning process, adding a special vacuum which is used to vacuum the carpet for up to 10 minutes before washing.
The cleaning process can be “upgraded” to remove stains, dust and mould.
It claims the cleaner “cleans” up to 1,000 square metres.
It says that “up to 10 per cent of the surface area of the carpet is covered with moisture”.
It adds: “Up to one-third of carpet can actually be removed by Spotbot’s carpet cleaners”.
Spotbot says its carpet cleaners are able to “remind carpet cleaners of their duties to remove mould and odour from carpet”.
It says its “carpet cleaners can remove mould, stains and odors from carpet and remove debris from carpet surfaces”.
However, there is some doubt over the veracity of the claims.
Spot Bots claims that its carpet cleaner can remove “100,000sqft of carpet”.
Spot Bot claims that it can clean carpet up “to 500 sq ft” of carpet.
There is no way of knowing how much carpet is actually removed from carpet.
Spot bots carpet cleaning claims of 1,500 sq ft are based on an estimate, but that estimate does not include the surface areas.
According to the carpet industry, the average carpet surface area is between 70-80 square metres, meaning that up to 40 per cent could be removed from a carpet.
According the Australian Industry Group of Cleaners, “It is difficult to say what is actually taking place when carpet is being cleaned, especially with the use of carpet cleaners that are designed to remove the most stubborn and difficult-to-clean surfaces”.
The Australian carpet industry has estimated that carpet is removed from 3 per cent to 8 per cent across its industry.
This means that carpet cleaners will remove around 80 per cent more carpet than what they claim to be able to remove.
However, the carpet sector says that their own research has found carpet is only removed from around 80 to 90 per cent, with around 20 per cent being removed in the last two years.
This raises questions over the reliability of SpotBot’s claims of carpet removal.
The US carpet industry says that carpet removal claims are “grossly inflated”, and that “the vast majority of carpet is still in use”.
The carpet industry also said that the carpet in its industry is “very well managed” and that it does not believe the carpet removal claim.
According a survey carried out by the American carpet industry body, the American Institute of Certified Homeowners, only 2 per cent said