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The Chem-Dry Carpet Cleaning Difference
Van’s Chem-Dry begins the carpet cleaning process by applying our Carbonation Cleaner at a low pressure. How does it work? Microscopic carbonated bubbles gently burrow into your carpet and lift dirt and grime to the surface. As these tiny bubbles continue to invigorate the carpet fibers, more soil and stains are lifted to the surface and extracted. Throughout this process, we use a minimal amount of moisture, so your carpets are fully dry and ready to enjoy in just 1 to 2 hours.
In comparison, most steam cleaning machines pump hot, soapy water into your carpets and harsh cleaners before attempting to suck it all back out. Your carpets are left looking clean, but it doesn’t last. (In fact, the added moisture often causes the growing and festering of bacteria and mold and the leftover soap actually attracts dirt and grime.) So not only will steam cleaning often create a breeding ground for bacteria and mold, but it will make your carpets unable to dry for excessively long periods of time.
Our eco-friendly carpet cleaning system proves to be more healthy for your home than all other steam cleaning methods. You can count on Van’s Chem-Dry to provide an all-around healthier, cleaner carpet experience for all homes in Elk Grove, Sacramento, and the surrounding areas. Don’t waste your time and money with other cleaners who will leave your home worse than they found it – trust the proven Chem-Dry methods and see a world of difference in just a matter of hours!
Compare Van’s Chem-Dry to Steam Cleaners
Van’s Chem-Dry’s Hot Carbonating Extraction Method
- Carbonating, active cleaning solution
- No soaps or detergents
- Virtually no sticky residue, fights stains
- Low water consumption
- Gentle application
- Short drying time, 1-2 hours
- Green, non-toxic solutions
Traditional Steam Cleaning Methods
- Inactive, flat cleaning solution
- Harsh detergents and chemicals
- Leave sticky residue that attracts grime
- Use high volumes of water
- Requires high-pressure application
- Drying time of up to 2 days
- Excessive water usage can easily cause mold & mildew
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