THE POWER OF CARBONATIONCleaning your carpets with the power of carbonation!
The Carbonating Secret Revealed
The secret to our deep, efficient carpet and upholstery cleaning is the millions of microscopic, carbonated bubbles in our primary cleaner, The Natural®. This carbonated solution penetrates deep into your carpet, literally exploding grime and dirt. Then we use hot water extraction to lift the dirt particles to the surface where they are easily removed by our powerful equipment. This process is similar to the age-old trick of using club soda to remove a stain on a shirt. The cleaning power of the carbonated solution creates a powerful reaction that deep cleans your carpets & upholstery in a safe and gentle way.
Carpets That Stay Cleaner Longer
Due to the natural power of carbonation, we don’t use excessive amounts of water, soapy detergents, or harsh chemicals to clean your carpets. Other carpet cleaners in Rochester leave behind a soapy residue that has a tendency to attract dirt and cause your carpets to get dirty even faster than before. You can save money when your carpet stays cleaner for longer. Less carpet cleaning means a better bang for your buck and one less thing on your “to-do” list. Our cleaner is also non-toxic and green-certified, so it is safe for the whole family, including children, pets, and people with allergies.
Reappearing Carpet Stains? No Problem with Chem-Dry of Rochester & The Finger Lakes
Carpet stains reappear in the same place after cleaning for two reasons. First, they were never thoroughly removed to begin with. Often the unwanted stain gets forced down below the surface of the carpet by a high-pressure steam cleaning unit, only to resurface when your carpet dries. Secondly, the cleaning solutions used by most steam cleaners create a sticky, soapy residue that attracts dirt to your carpet.
Through the use of Chem-Dry’s carbonated carpet cleaning solution, Chem-Dry of Rochester & The Finger Lakes can thoroughly remove stains more quickly and efficiently. We apply our solutions so sparingly, and without high pressure, resurfacing of stains is not a problem. However, if a spot does reappear, just let us know and we will work until the problem is solved.