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I'm concerned Hot Water Extraction will leave my carpet over wet, so shouldn't I use dry cleaning instead?

There are many hot water extraction cleaners out there that, while they may have the truck mounted machines and have attended certification classes, they still don't have any idea how to properly clean carpet. It is a complicated process.  The dry cleaning process was born out of the public's growing frustration with these incompetent cleaners. Unfortunately, the dry cleaning industry has its problems, too.

There are three methods of dry cleaning carpet Dry Foam Application. Shampoo is applied to your carpet, it's allowed to dry, then sucked out by a vacuum. This method can leave a residue in your carpet. Dry Chemical Method is similar to dry foam, but utilizes a cotton bonnet to spin on the carpet and absorb the dirt. Like dry foam, it's not very effective and leaves residue. The Dry Compound Method spreads an absorbent mixture that looks like wet sawdust all over your carpet. The machine then brushes the mixture into the carpet, which in theory causes dirt to absorb into the mixture. When the mixture has dried, a vacuum cleaner sucks the material out of the carpeting. Because the carpet is not rinsed in any way, this method is not very effective, and leaves residue, and again, will cause your carpet to soil quicker.

As you can see, all types of dry cleaning leave residue in your carpet, and leave your carpet vulnerable to quicker soiling and quicker wear, since not all dirt and other contaminates are extracted properly.

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25848-1 Springbrook Ave.
Santa Clarita, CA 91350

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