Carpet Dry Cleaning and Steam Cleaning: What are the Differences?

Blog | June 27th, 2018

The quest to a cleaner work environment should never be one that ends in defeat. Having a clean work environment can lead to a variety of benefits, some obvious and others more subtle. No commercial environment can be truly clean without addressing the floor that you walk on every day. Today, we are going to talk about carpet dry cleaning and carpet steam cleaning. We are going to discuss the primary differences between the two cleaning options while detailing some of the benefits that they can offer your business.

Carpet Dry Cleaning vs. Carpet Steam Cleaning РAll You Need To Know 

If you’ve ever walked into a home with a dirty carpet, you were likely pretty uncomfortable. A dirty carpet can immediately ruin the mood and ambiance of a home or business. Dirty carpets represent not only a lack of hygiene, but a lack of professionalism on the part of the business owner. With that being said, the two most popular ways to address cleaning your carpet is via carpet dry cleaning and steam cleaning. While you likely have a surface knowledge of both types of carpet cleaning, we’ll go into a little more detail so that you can make the right choice for your business.

1. Steam Carpet Cleaning – Despite the name, steam cleaning actually doesn’t involve steam. Instead, what you are doing is employing a type of cleaning method known as hot water extraction. Using heavy duty machines, a steam carpet cleaning involves pushing hot water into your carpet before a separate mechanism immediately pulls it back up.

A – Hot water works to immediately dissolve dirt and other buildup.

B – Using special cleaning agents, our steam carpet cleaning machines are able to get rid of old stains.

C – Steam carpet cleaning can help to quickly improve odor and appearance in your carpet.

2. Carpet Dry Cleaning – Dry carpet cleaning isn’t completely dry, but it is very different than steam cleaning. With dry carpet cleaning, you’ll use a slightly moist, absorbent chemical that is deposited onto your carpet. This chemical absorbs dirt, buildup and other stains.

A – No dealing with excess moisture and drying times.

B – Simple, easy and affordable.

Clean Your Carpets with AEC
At AEC, our goal has always been to provide our clients with clean, effective and efficient services. Our team of highly trained and professional cleaners are available every day out of the week to help you get your building in order. Call us today to schedule an evaluation in order to allow us to cater to your specific cleaning needs.

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