Dry carpet cleaning has gained popularity over the last few years due to the fact there is almost no dry time. It’s a popular choice for businesses that can’t really have any downtime. But it is also used in a residential setting at times. It just depends on the situation.
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.
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 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.
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.
Looking to book in your cleaning right now? Call us on (631) 212-0900