Dry carpet cleaning shouldn’t be confused with dry cleaning. One is for clothes and one is for carpets.
This type of carpet cleaning is gaining popularity due to its fast drying time and efficiency with removing stains, grime, dirt allergens and just about anything that dirties a carpet and creates a breeding ground for bacteria.
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.
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 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.
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 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.
We can be reached on (631) 212-0900 to answer any question and lock in your booking.