You can take dryness to the next level with our dry carpet cleaning option.
While the majority of our clients in the Wilmington, North Carolina take advantage of our VLM (very low moisture) carpet cleaning services here at Green Steps Carpet Care, there are some who want to take it a step further and go with our dry carpet cleaning option. This technique is a 100% organic compound method with a moisture content equivalent to one teaspoon per square foot of carpeting. Many of the advantages of the dry carpet cleaning option are similar to our VLM carpet cleaning services, as neither one uses nearly as much water as traditional steam carpet cleaning.
The Dry Carpet Cleaning Advantage:
- Deep cleans and lifts/grooms matted pile in one step.
- Never causes any over-wetting.
- Leaves no wick back of spots, stains or dirty areas.
- Works sponges into the carpet long enough to actually clean it.
- Leaves no sticky residue to cause re-soiling.
- Never leaves any wet carpet.
- Allows you to walk on the carpet again immediately after cleaning.
- Leaves no humidity from cleaning, so your HVAC system doesn’t get a workout.
- Eliminates the need for furniture protectors.
- Removes mold, mildew, dust mites & allergens.
- Causes no damage from shrinkage or split seams.
- Does not lift pile.
The product we use is all natural and safe for people and pets, so there’s no chemical irritation. It is safe & approved for all types of carpet and rugs, whereas steam cleaning cannot be used on oriental rugs, silk or wool rugs, or hand-loomed natural fiber rugs.
Discover the difference with VLM Carpet Cleaning
If you have any questions about our dry carpet cleaning option for your home or business, don’t hesitate to reach out to us. We’ll be happy to come to you and provide a quote for both our VLM and dry carpet cleaning options so that you can make an informed decision about how you want to proceed.
Dry Carpet Cleaning FAQs for You!
Taking care of your flooring isn’t always easy. Even with maintenance cleaning, our flooring can suffer from areas that need a deeper, more thorough cleaning. Here at Green Steps Carpet Care, we offer dry carpet cleaning that delivers excellent results at a fraction of the water use of more traditional methods of carpet cleaning. If you are looking for a better, greener clean, then we can help. We receive lots of questions about our dry carpet cleaning and would like to take a moment to answer them here:
What is dry carpet cleaning?
Dry carpet cleaning is a method of cleaning that uses a small fraction of the water that is required by traditional carpet cleaning. Rather than using gallons and gallons, we utilize a couple of different methods. One of our methods utilizes around 2 ½ gallons for a standard 3-bedroom home while the other method uses around 1 teaspoon per square foot.
Does it work to clean my carpets?
Yes! We are able to remove stains, help to fluff the piles of your carpeting, and remove dirt and grime from your carpets. There are also no residues left behind from our cleaners, and we offer a 30-day guarantee on spots that we have removed.
What types of cleaners are used?
Our eco-friendly, non-toxic cleaners are very safe. We only use Green Seal Certified and USDA bio-based certified products when it comes to cleaning.
Is it safe for kids/pets?
Yes. Our cleaners are safe for all living things in the home.
Is it expensive?
Our prices are very reasonable and affordable. We utilize pricing based off a no-obligation onsite evaluation rather than a bait-and-switch pricing method. What we quote is what you will pay.
We hope that these frequently asked questions are helpful when it comes to your carpet cleaning. If you would like to learn more about dry carpet cleaning or schedule a no-obligation quote, please contact us today!
At Green Steps Carpet Care, we offer dry carpet cleaning services in Wilmington, Southport, Sunset Beach, Ocean Isle Beach, Carolina Beach, Holly Ridge, Leland, Hampstead, Sneads Ferry, Topsail Beach, Surf City, Figure Eight Island, Maple Hill, Supply, Shallotte, Calabash, Rocky Point, and Burgaw, North Carolina.