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There are various methods that can be used to professionally clean carpet. While dry carpet cleaning is not the most popular method it is a very good option when you need to clean areas that would take too long to dry with deep steam cleaning.
This type of cleaning is a little different to wet cleaning. A special powder is sprinkled on the carpet beforehand and left to settle for a period of time before being cleaned off. This power is generally bio-degradable and totally safe. It acts like a sponge sucking up everything that makes your carpet dirty.
To finish off the process, the professional you hired will use what could almost be seen as a reverse vacuum. A specialized type of machine is used for the cleaning process. This machine forces the powder very deep into the carpet fibers. This allows the powder to do its second round of sucking up all the germs, grime, bacteria and allergens.
The cleaning process is finished with a simple vacuuming of the powder. While it’s simple. A high powered vacuum needs to be used to ensure all the powder is removed. It’s not just an ordinary store-bought vacuum that is used. Once the process is complete the carpet is as clean as it could possibly be.
The powder that is placed on the carpet is safe for people and animals to come into contact with. Common sense needs to prevail. The powder shouldn’t be consumed but if there is a leftover amount of powder stuck deep in the carpet fibers it won’t cause any issues if touched. It’s also bio-degradable. So over time it will naturally disappear.
While dry carpet cleaning has its advantages especially when there is zero dry time it’s unlikely that it’s going to become as popular as deep steam cleaning any time soon.
If you want to book in your cleaning session then call us today. If we don’t have a technician available that can see you with the right dry cleaning equipment we can always offer a comparable solution.
Call (289) 312-0067 right now to get booked in ASAP.