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Why Chem-Dry is Drier, Cleaner and Healthier for Carpet and Upholstery Cleaning

By Jessica Williams Subscribe to RSS | March 13th 2012 | Views:
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Today, there is real necessity to come out with eco-friendly products for homes/offices. We already use more and more e-documents, reducing use of papers that lead to killing of trees and thus a threat to ecology. Our drive towards paperless society is fast becoming a reality now. There should be an awareness that we should try to use more and more only those products that are 100 per cent safe to the environment. For instance, use of polythene packs should be discouraged because it is not easy to dispose them, and their presence is harmful to our natural environment in vivid ways.

When it comes to generating a great ambience for our homes and offices, we use expensive carpets and upholsteries. However, for cleaning and maintaining them, often, chemicals are used that can be harmful especially to pets, small children and people suffering from allergies. As a consequence, it is important to make sure that no such harmful chemicals are deployed when you opt for cleaning your carpets and upholsteries.

We use water as solvent, whether washing our clothes manually or using washing machines to clean them. However, water is not a good solvent for many fabrics, including carpets and upholsteries. For carpet steam cleaning and carpet dry cleaning are the methods of choice.

Steam cleaning is a method that leverages power of water in vapour form to get carpet cleansed. However, steam cleaning using gallons of water at a high pressure drives stains, dirt and moisture into your carpet’s backing and underlay. This leads to long dry times and appalling ‘wet dog’ type odours. Hot carbonating extraction under Chem-Dry builds upon usual hot water extraction (steam cleaning) for a deep clean that dries rapidly!

The use of 1/8th of the water of regular cleaning by a patented technology by Chem-Dry means carpets are dry within 1-2 hours. The technology leverages the power of effervescent, carbonating cleaning solutions that are so effective that one requires using only a small quantity of pigment to have clean carpets. This method also ensures that there is no repugnant odour caused by mould and bacteria as generally observed with ordinary steam cleaning.

Under dry cleaning methods, petroleum products like kerosene and gasoline were earlier used extensively. Today, perchloroethylene is used almost universally for dry cleaning of carpets and upholsteries. Chem-Dry technology is built on the power of crystal clear carbonating bubbles, making it redundant to use soaps, detergents or harsh chemicals to achieve great cleaning results. Soapy remains, otherwise, will attract dirt like a magnet, causing carpet and upholsteries to re-soil within few days.

Inside home, sofas, arm chairs and other upholstered furniture receive a lot of attention, especially with children or pets. While dirt and stains are inevitable in a home, they need not be permanent. Upholstery cleaned with Chem-Dry leverages the power of carbonation to drive dirt and soil to the surface of fabric/upholstery where it is disposed by strong state-of-the-art extraction equipment.

Home carpet cleaning, commercial carpet cleaning, upholstery cleaning and pet urine removal treatment, all are accomplished brilliantly with Chem-Dry. Also available is tile and grout cleaning that is done using powerful specialized cleaning solutions and suction equipment. For a higher user satisfaction, it is important that your service provider should cause minimal disruption to your household/office work during cleaning operation throughout.

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Carpet dry cleaning with Chem-dry is drier, cleaner and healthier. For office carpet cleaning, pet stain removal, click Book Now.

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