Dry carpet cleaning is a type of specialized carpet cleaning method. Unlike deep steam cleaning this method doesn’t use steam or water and is as the name describes ‘dry’.
It’s very effective and very comparable to other professional carpet cleaning methods. For the most part, it’s used in commercial settings where it’s not possible for the business to wait for hours to have carpets dry as staff need to work. But it can also be used in the home.
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.
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.
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.
Dry carpet cleaning has been around since the 1980s. It’s always an option vs typical wet carpet cleaning and is becoming more popular due to the non-existent drying times. You can literally walk on the carpet the moment the professional cleaning company leaves your property. Wet carpet cleaning requires a few hours wait at minimum.
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.
Why not give us a call today on (631) 212-0900 and speak to one of our friendly staff right now to get your service booked in?