Chem-Dry vs. Steam Cleaning

All County Chem-Dry vs. Steam Cleaners in Wilmington, NC

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All County Chem-Dry's original cleaning solution has carbonated bubbles infused inside. These cleaning bubbles are applied to your carpet using a low pressure spray machine. This machine enthrawls your carpet with millions of these microscopic carbonated cleaning bubbles. We use this process because carbonation forces dirt and grime to burst away from the fibers of your carpet and raise to the surface. From there our job is easy! We just gently whisk it away. Due to the minimal amount of moisture used, carpets cleaned the Chem-Dry way are dry in only 1 to 2 hours. Imagine how much time you could save by not having to waste hours waiting for your carpet to dry!steam cleaning vs all county chem-dry

This process differs drastically from that of steam cleaners throughout the Wilmington, North Carolina area. They simply pour buckets of hot, soapy water on your carpets, 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. Plus by using so much water it causes the carpets to take longer to dry and allows for mold and bacteria to grow. 

Overall, All County Chem-Dry offers a fresher, healthier, and more thorough carpet cleaning experience! Still don't believe us? 

See for yourself! Call us at (910) 392-6977!

Overview: All County Chem-Dry vs Steam Cleaners in Wilmington

all county chem-dry power head cleaning machineAll County 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 Head from Steam Cleaner Steam Cleaners in Wilmington, NC Area (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 water