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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 the cleaning process starts you might be surprised that no water is used. Instead, a special powered is used to cover the carpet. The power is left to sit for a while so it acts like a sponge sucking up all the grime and dirt in your carpet.

Once it’s time to actually clean the carpets a special machine is used to push the powder deep into the carpet fibers. Then a special and high powered vacuum is used to suck up all the powder that has attached itself to all the dirt and grime in the carpet.

The end result is that no water is used so you can walk on the carpet as soon as it’s done.

If you have children or animals and are worried about the powder that is used. There is nothing to worry about. The powder is 100% bio-degradable and safe for human and animals to come into contact with. Naturally, that means it shouldn’t be consumed. But it also means that is some gets on your fingers it’s not dangerous.

Dry carpet cleaning made its debut in the 1980s. Back then being a new technology it was a rarity. Roughly 40 years later it is much more popular. Deep steam cleaning still holds the title of the most popular cleaning method and it might take decades until the dry method is the norm if it ever is.

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.



Kill the dirt once and for all! Book your cleaning right now. Call us on (289) 312-0067