Dry carpet cleaning is becoming more and more popular. Historically it’s been used by businesses who need fast drying times for their carpets. Some businesses can’t afford 6 to 8 hours downtime for normal deep steam cleaning with staff working around the clock. As time goes by, it’s become more and more popular in residential settings also.
When you hire a professional to use a dry cleaning method on your carpets don’t be alarmed if they start coving your carpets in powered. This is how the process works. Instead of water and steam, the dry method for cleaning carpets works with a special powder that acts like a magnet trapping all the dirt and bacteria in the power before being vacuumed up.
The cleaning process is quite unique. There is no water. Rather a special machine is used that forces the powder deep into the carpet so it can suck up even more dirt and grime. Then once some time has passed it’s vacuumed up with a special suction machine.
The powder that is used is generally 100% natural and also bio-degradable. So even if there is an issue with the final vacuuming part of the process and some power is left over it will naturally disappear over time.
Since the 1980s you have been able to hire professionals who will use dry cleaning methods. But deep steam cleaning is much more popular. And this will be the case for a long time to come. New technologies always take a lot longer to take over.
To add to this somethings never change. The very concept of cleaning something without water is not the norm and might be too out there for most people to accept and part with their money to buy as a service.
If you want to book in our services just keep in mind we do offer dry carpet cleaning but it also depends on where you are located and what division of our company you will be booking through. It’s best to call and speak to us to see if we offer the service in your area. If we don’t then we will always have a comparable solution that will help cover your cleaning needs.
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