Tuesday, June 21, 2016

What is the difference between Chem-Dry by the Millers Carpet Cleaning and other cleaners?

Chem-Dry vs. Steam Cleaning

The Carbonated Carpet Cleaner®


Compare the Chem-Dry Difference

Moisture left after steam cleaning.
Water left after steam cleaning.
Chem-Dry's patented Carbonating Cleaner is applied using a low pressure spray machine, covering your carpet with millions of microscopic carbonated bubbles. The carbonation makes dirt and grime release from the fibers of your carpet and raise to the surface where it is easily extracted and swept away. Due to the minimal amount of moisture used, carpets cleaned the Chem-Dry way are dry in only 1 to 2 hours.
This process differs drastically from that of steam cleaners, which simply douse your carpet in buckets of hot, soapy water, then attempt to suck it all back out. While this process does temporarily clean your carpets, it also leaves behind a layer of sticky residue which collects dirt quicker, in addition to leaving moisture at the base of your carpet. This excess of moisture causes the carpets to take longer to dry and allows for mold and bacteria to grow.
Overall, Chem-Dry offers a healthier, more thorough carpet cleaning experience.

The Difference Between Chem-Dry and Steam Cleaning

Chem-Dry PowerHead
Chem-Dry (Hot Carbonation)
  • Carbonating, active cleaning solution 
  • Neutral pH cleaning solution 
  • Resists resoiling 
  • Low water quantiy 
  • Low pressure application 
  • Short drying time
  • Green solutions and cleaning method 
Steam Cleaning
Steam Cleaning (Hot Water Extraction)
  • Flat, inactive cleaning solution 
  • High pH cleaning solution 
  • Encourages resoiling 
  • High water quantity 
  • High pressure application 
  • Long drying times
  • Harsh chemicals, excessive wate

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