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– Angel Dry Customers – Yelp and Google
I’ve always steam cleaned my carpet in the past but Steven talked me into dry cleaning it. I will never go back to steam cleaning. After having him dry clean it, my carpet was left DRY and fluffy. It looks brand new! Dry cleaning is a much better way to go.
– Jill G., Google Reviewer → More Angel Dry Southlake Google Reviews
This is the second time we have used Angel Dry for our area rugs. It is one of the very few “green” cleaners in the Dallas area. There are no chemicals used. This is very important to us since we have five month old twins.
– Lynn R., Google Reviewer → More Angel Dry Carrollton Google Reviews
Everything looked like new without the smell of traditional carpet cleaning. I would definitely recommend Angel Dry Carpet Cleaning to anyone looking to get their carpets cleaned. I’m never going back to wet carpet cleaning!
– Jim T., Yelp Reviewer → More Angel Dry Yelp Reviews
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Industry Leading Very-Low-Moisture Fiber Care Services
Over the span of a decade, Angel Dry has continued to make several innovations in their proprietary dry carpet cleaning process, an ultra-low-moisture method of fiber care that ensures our customers experience 100% expertly clean and dry carpets by the time our operators leave your home.
As a pioneer of the Austrian dry carpet cleaning method, Angel Dry has led the industry by focusing on two core objectives – health and quality. We are DFW’s in-home-service leader in Green Seal certified and Wool Safe approved fiber care services.
Our baby safe very-low-moisture systems provide our customers with the convenience of carpet, rug, and upholstery cleaning services without the hassle of having a substantial part of their floors hosed down with dozens of gallons of water, toxic chemicals, and sticky residue.
Many already know that wet carpet is an ideal breeding ground for moisture-loving microbes, including mildew, fungi, bacteria, and dust mites. They know too well how damaging excess moisture can be to an interior environment.
Our Austrian method of rug cleaning enables us to clean most types of rugs, even heirloom quality Persian and Oriental rugs, right in your home, even right on top of your wood floors. There are many types of rugs and rug fibers that you really don’t want to get wet. This includes many types of wool fiber rugs, as well as jute, sissal, seagrass, art silk, viscose, rayon, and of course, natural silk rugs.
Bear in mind that we only specialize in cleaning the rug face and backing. In most case, we only clean the exposed fibers of the rug “face” or “pile”, which is typically where most soil and contaminants are of concern. In cases of pet accidents, spills, or urine, we may also clean the rug backing. The results are impressive! The secret is in our encapsulation cleaning system, which uses physical soft-brush contact to remove soil particles from each rug fiber.
Rug washing, or rug immersion cleaning have long been the traditional method of rug cleaning. These services will pick up your rug, put it in a bath and thoroughly clean it. The problem is that this method of rug cleaning can cause damage to rug fibers and shorten the longevity of your rug. And it’s expensive too, often over $4 per square foot.
Our dry upholstery cleaning service uses similar method to our rug cleaning process. We use gentle WoolSafe encapsulation cleaning process that is safe on all types of fabric and fibers, even genuine velvet.
Solvent-based dry upholstery cleaning methods use strong organic solvents, similar to acetone. Most upholstery cleaning companies have stopped using this method due to its link to cancer; the VOCs are harmful for the technician as well as those who use the furniture. Other upholstery cleaning services use shampoo systems which leave behind large amounts of sticky residue. Steam cleaners use lots of water and detergents to extract dirt from the upholstery, leaving your furniture wet and full of chemical residue.
With upholstery steam cleaning, feathers, filling, foam, wood, and metal components all get soaked and it can take days to completely dry out. This causes undue damage to your furnishings and leaves behind a wet protected habitat for microbial populations such as mold, mildew, bacteria, and dust mites. By contrast, Angel Dry uses a proprietary GreenSeal (also LEED approved) certified cleaning solution that does not leave behind a residue, is non-toxic, and no VOCs.
We specialize in tile and grout cleaning for all types of stone, porcelain, and ceramic floors, to include sanded grout, thinset, and epoxy grout. If your grout has not been resealed in over a year, it is likely that dirt is starting to seep into the porous grout, and beginning to stain and oxidize the original grout color. Grout that has not been sealed properly (we only use Stone Tech grout sealing products and will not use any other brand) will be exposed to contaminants, water, and air, that will cause the grout to become stained, and also become brittle over time.
To maintain the longevity of your tile floor, it is critically important to have your tile floor and grout cleaned and resealed every year or two. Some tile and grout manufacturers recommend resealing every six months, but in most cases, every other year is sufficient. If you are using a “tile cleaning” chemical product to clean your tile and grout, we recommend diluting it with water and go over cleaned tile with clean water to remove excess chemical residue that may reduce the life of your grout sealer.
Keeping wood floors clean and free from residue and contaminants will ensure that the wood finish lasts longer. Hardwood floors typically have beveled edges and ends, open wood grain and other character markings, and hand scraped depressions and chatter marks in the wood. Oak and hickory are the most common species of hardwood floors, both of which have natural wood grain, which are small natural openings in the wood that add texture and character to the species.
Wood grain, beveled edges, and other character and scraped textures tend to collect dirt, oils, chemical residue, and other contaminants. This soil is nearly impossible to remove with a mop and must be professionally cleaned with a professional wood flooring deep cleaning machine similar to the Bona professional machine pictured here. We only use Bona cleaning products, as they are the most trusted in the industry to clean all types of urethane finished wood floors and custom installed wood floors safely and effectively.
If you need your carpet or rugs repaired or replaced, Angel Dry can help. Please text us a few photos of the problem area with a short description of the issues to be resolved. There’s a good chance that we can help or point you in the best direction. Stephen Bair, owner – (972) 876-2965
Water Sinks. Water Stinks.
YOU WOULDN’T WASH YOUR CLOTHES…
– WITHOUT A DRAIN!
– WITHOUT A RINSE CYCLE!
– WITHOUT A HEAT DRIER!
…AND LET THEM DRY ALL OVER YOUR FLOORS?
The Best Way To Clean Carpet
Our systems provide better soil recovery and more sanitary results, without leaving your furnishings a water-logged sludgy mess. And unlike hot water extraction methods, our process never leaves behind a sticky residue. You can literally feel the difference – fibers are softer, vacuums lift piles better, and carpet stays cleaner much, much longer.
At Angel Dry, we care for our customers’ carpet, rugs, and upholstery just as if they were our own. Our process may take a little longer, but trust us – it’s worth it! It’s widely known that moisture and interior soft surfaces don’t play well together. Now there’s a better solution that offers the convenience of dry cleaning with the power of nature, as much as humanly possible.
Upholstery & Rug Cleaning
Without Touching Your Wood Floors!
The Angel Dry method of upholstery and rug cleaning removes soil, spots, and even tough stains with very little moisture and no sticky residue. Soft surfaces, from fibers to fabrics, to feathers, won’t get soaked, protecting your furnishings from water-loving microbes. With our dry cleaning systems, in most cases, you can use your furniture and rugs immediately after service. Your fabrics and fibers will be left clean, dry, and sanitary, with a softer texture than with traditional steam cleaning.
IF IT’S NOT DRY, IT’S NOT CLEAN
Wet Carpet And Microbial Growth
Don’t Get Soaked With “Steam” Cleaning
Consumers know that excess moisture in absorbent materials is not conducive to a healthy and sanitary living environment. If you’ve ever accidentally left wet clothes in a washing machine for more than a couple of hours you can probably relate. Your would-be “clean” clothes probably developed a musty “mildew” type odor, just one indicator of the power that water has to foster microbial growth in absorbent materials.
Unfortunately, most bacteria, mold, viruses and the related allergens that they create don’t emit any identifiable odor. Yet, people are in constant contact with these little critters and their waste matter, on our bodies, even breathing them in.
Dry Carpet Cleaning vs. Steam Cleaning
It’s Not Truly Clean Unless It’s Truly Dry
Imagine washing 1,000 lbs. of clothes in a giant washing machine for five seconds, without a rinse cycle or spin cycle. Then, spread all of those wet clothes all over your floor, allowing much of the soil-laden water to drain down into your carpet, underlayment pad and subfloor. Finally, try to vacuum up as much of the dirty water as you can. That pretty much sums up a typical steam cleaning service.
Even when the top of the carpet feels dry, dirt and moisture remain trapped beneath the carpet for several days, creating a breeding ground for microbes and allergens and “regenerative living soil” all over your home. After a few days, you might notice that your carpet doesn’t look and feel as clean as it did right after the steam cleaning service.
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Green Seal Certified & Organic, Very-Low Moisture Processes.
Angel Dry is out to prove that non-toxic and plant-based carpet cleaning works just as well, actually better, than harsh chemicals. And we won’t stop at that conclusion. We are out to prove that water is the most filth-attracting substance on earth (which is a fact, in general) – that microbes thrive in wet and damp environments, especially environments like carpet, carpet pad, and subfloors.
In general, first-floor concrete subfloors are exposed to the highest moisture content of a home’s interior – making everything from the moisture-prone concrete to the top of your carpet pile susceptible to microbial colonies. So why would leave the most soil-ridden surface in the home soaking wet? Doesn’t make sense, right?
Low-Moisture Living Spaces
To illustrate the effects of excess moisture, try the following experiment. Run some clean water over a clean towel. Wring the towel out, then, leave it to dry in the sink overnight. The next day, when the towel is completely dry, you may notice a subtle pungent odor caused by mildew and bacteria. You may also feel a difference in texture, caused by microbial waste matter that spread throughout the wet fibers.
Even a clean towel with clean water will support a massive population explosion of microbial life. But unlike the towel in your experiment, carpet and padding can be filthy. After a traditional water-extraction carpet cleaning service, you may be left with thousands of pounds of wet carpet and padding throughout your home, resulting in microbial waste, residue, and allergens. Alternatively, very-low-moisture carpet cleaning leaves carpet 95 – 100% dry upon completion, creating a healthier microbe-free living environment.