Carpet Dry Cleaning
Carpet dry cleaning is another popular cleaning method that uses a specialized dry cleaning machine to add a thinner layer of steam to carpeted surfaces, before lifting the dirt out and removing it entirely. The dry cleaning method is sometimes preferred by clients over the steam cleaning method because it does not require as much drying time. The dry cleaning method is also preferred if you have a delicate type of carpet or textiles that cannot be exposed to moisture as much. Our carpet cleaning experts can help you decide which method is best for you and your carpet, if you are still unsure.
Carpet Dry Cleaning
Carpet dry cleaning is a delicate process that is used on equally as delicate surfaces without the potential for damage. The process requires less drying time than the steam cleaning method, but has not had as effective results on stain removal. If your carpet is simply dusty and dirty but not discoloured or heavily stained, then carpet dry cleaning may be the best method for you. If your carpet requires slightly more attention, then our carpet cleaning experts may recommend an alternative cleaning method instead, such as steam cleaning.
As with all of our carpet cleaning services, we aim to remove as many allergens as possible when cleaning your carpets and upholstery. Allergens can find their way through the carpet fibres and become trapped, travelling from person to person, foot traffic, furniture, pets, and much more. When allergens build up in the carpet fibres, it can lead to an uncomfortable flare in your allergies, one that cannot be resolved simply by vacuuming. Allergen removal goes much deeper into the carpet and suctions out the allergens from the base upward. The same can also be done for rugs and other carpeted areas throughout your home.
Less Drying Time
One of the main pros of the dry cleaning method is that is has a much less drying time than the steam cleaning method. Less drying time means that you’re able to use your carpet and upholstery quicker and more readily, once the cleaning process has been completed. While the dry cleaning process does use less steam, this doesn’t mean it doesn’t use any steam, so you should be careful to take care of your carpet within the first few hours of usage after dry cleaning, as it could still be somewhat damp and susceptible to potential stains.
Alas, the dry cleaning method can still deliver stunning results that you can be proud of. This is especially true of low pile carpets and rugs where stains and harsh discoloration aren’t present, but you’ve had the carpet or rug for a long time and it could some delicate but thorough cleaning. Carpet dry cleaning can do just that! With the stunning results that you achieve from carpet dry cleaning, you’ll have yourself wondering why you didn’t think to have such a service done sooner, or why you don’t have it done more often!