This cleaning method is perfectly suited for both synthetic and natural fibre carpets. If you are not completely sure as to whether or not your carpets require specialised cleaning, consider the following – carpets around the house are subjected to heavy duty, daily use, especially in high traffic areas around the front door, hallways, staircase and living room. With everyday use the carpets will begin to accumulate a great deal of dust, pollen, bacteria, dirt etc. Constant foot traffic on the carpet will drive the dirt and grime further down between the strands, all the way to the base layer. Once this stage has been reached, cleaning the carpets will become absolutely necessary, because the carpet will not only look tired and worn, but it will also be the cause of diminishing indoor air quality, and some unpleasant odours.
Furthermore, stubborn stains can be a real problem to remove from the carpet, and as one can imagine spills and stains are aplenty at home. If your carpet has sustained certain chemical or organic staining, we recommend using our professional dry carpet cleaning service as the better alternative, as attempting to lift the stain using conventional cleaning methods will likely spread it or drive it deeper inside the carpet. The dry cleaning process will work deep inside the carpet and remove stains and dirt all the way down to the base layer – something that can never be achieved through conventional cleaning.