What is HOST® Dry Carpet Cleaning?
Our Dry Carpet Cleaning Process
There are many differences between dry carpet cleaning and hot water or steam cleaning as it is sometimes refered too. Dry carpet cleaning use a process called encapsulation where as the dirt gets trapped in compound and then is extracted using a vacuum. Hot water or steam cleaning uses a method called oxidation in which the the carpet fibers are opened up with the use of heat to allow the oxygen molecules to enter into the fiber. Thus giving an illusion that the carpet has been cleaned.
There is a lot that goes into our Dry Carpet Cleaning process and we want you to know just what makes Organic Dry different from the rest of the carpet cleaning companies in Phoenix.
- First we perform a detailed analysis of your carpet to identify what types of stains you have and whether they are red dyes, ink, rust or pet issues.
- The stains are then pretreated with eco-friendly chemicals.
- Your carpet is then vacuumed with a very powerful but safe vacuum which will remove 80 – 85% of the dirt from the carpet.
- The pile of your carpet is then lifted with the use of the Host machine with its special brushes designed to restore the pile back to its original form.
- Your carpet will once again be pretreated, separating the dirt, soil and grease from the fibers of the carpet.
- Your carpet is then treated with the HOST® Dry Carpet Cleaning Compound. This will attract and remove the suspended dirt by absorbing it into the Host Dry Carpet Cleaning compound.
- Final vacuum is done to remove the Host compound that has the dirt and grease trapped inside.
- All jobs are completed by wiping down all baseboards and giving your carpet a final inspection.
- That’s it! Your carpet is now back in service and ready for your immediate use.
The Importance of Dry Carpet Cleaning
We choosing HOST® Dry Carpet Cleaning compound that contains a balanced blend of water, detergents, wetting agents and natural ingredients. You can rest assure that the when low moisture HOST® Cleaner that is brushed through the carpet, will absorb particles deep clean by dissolving, trapping and removing spots, spills, and greasy, oily dirt. Like a sponge in a kitchen, HOST® Dry Carpet Cleaning compound holds and controls the cleaning liquids so dissolved dirt doesn’t run into the carpet backing. After vacuuming up the HOST® Cleaner, carpet is clean, dry and back in service for your family. HOST® is natural, non-toxic, biodegradable and safe for people and pets.
The extraordinary HOST® scrubbing machines use millions of micro-sponges moistened with environmentally safe cleaners coupled with a vigorous deep brushing action. We brush these micro-sponges through the carpet fibers; efficiently absorbing soil and stains from the carpet yarn into the sponges then vacuum away both soil and micro-sponge powder. Your carpet is bright, fluffy, fresh smelling and ready to walk on immediately. Your carpet pad never gets wet so your carpet will last longer.
When we use our dry cleaning process on your carpet, it will re-soil at the same rate as a new carpet which is contrary to the results of traditional methods of carpet cleaning. Wet cleaning methods wash dirt and soap down through the backing into the pad where it cannot be recovered. As your carpet dries over several days, the soapy, dirty water wicks up to the surface leaving a sticky residue. As you walk on your carpet additional soil sticks to it and your rug can end up looking dirtier than it did before it was cleaned. Spots can reappear in as little as 3 days. Pads can remain wet up to 7 days creating ideal conditions for mold growth. (Some mold spores are toxic; small children are at particular risk). Other so called carpet dry cleaning systems clean surface soil with buffing machines, but, like steam carpet cleaning, it also push dirt and soap into the pad. Dry carpet cleaning eliminates all of these problems.
When choosing a carpet cleaner it is important to know what kind of process the carpet cleaner is going to use.
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We serve the entire valley with areas to include; Phoenix, Scottsdale, Mesa, Glendale, Surprise, Chandler, Tempe, Gilbert, Peoria, Fountain Hills, Avondale, Sun City, Goodyear, Paradise Valley.