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.
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.
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 used on the carpet is perfectly safe and by the time the cleaning process is complete there will be no power left over anyhow.
Although dry carpet cleaning has been around longer than other technologies it’s still not the norm. It’s available and lots of carpet cleaning companies offer this service. But deep steam cleaning is likely going to be the more popular option for years to come.
When you call us to book in your cleaning appointment do mention the specifics of what you need to be cleaned and that you are looking to get a dry carpet cleaning service scheduled in. We have limited availability for this service. If we can’t offer you a booking we always have comparable options that will do just as good of a job if not better. Such as deep steam cleaning.
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