Angel Dry Organic Dry Carpet Cleaning Process
Step 1: Power-vac carpet thoroughly to remove loose soil Step 2: Spot treatment and heavy-traffic area preparation Step 3: Broadcast ORGANIC DRY micro-sponge compound Step 4: Pulsate micro-sponge compound deep into carpet fibers Step 5: Vacuum the carpet thoroughly to remove any remaining compound Step 6: Enjoy DRY, safe, and clean carpet within minutes!
Included in our Service:
- Spot & stain treatment & deodorizing
- Furniture moving (limitations apply)
- Anti-static fiber ionization (protects against resoiling)
- Sanitizing (eliminates bacteria, dust mites, & microbes)
Changing the Way People Think About Carpet Cleaning
The Angel Dry Organic Dry Carpet Cleaning process is the latest innovation in the carpet cleaning & restoration industry. Our Austrian-manufatured machinery uses counter-rotating pulsation technology to gently “scrub” millions of tiny Organic Dry micro-sponges deep into your carpet fibers. The micro-sponges are humidity-controlled to ensure that just the right amount of moisture is used in your carpet. Think of scrubbing your kitchen countertop with a damp sponge. If you soak the sponge with too much water, you will end up with a pool of water on your kitchen counter. Moisture optimization in our highly absorbent micro-sponges ensure that soil extraction is efficient and highly effective. When the sponges are pulsated and agitated into the carpet, their pliable, elastomeric properties gently penetrate deep into each carpet fiber, both scrubbing the carpet fiber and absorbing stubborn soil, contaminants, and microbes in your carpet.
Instead of flooding your carpet with hot water pressure (which only loosens soil to the degree that the stream of water is capable), our process actually penetrates the carpet fiber with multi-directional physical contact with our unique micro-sponges. The big difference is the DRY process. Unlike hot water extraction (steam cleaning), our system does not force soil, contaminates, bacteria, and other microbal agents downward into the carpet pad and subfloor.
In the steam cleaning process, hot water is actually a vehicle for transporting water, harmful chemicals, particulates and microbes down into the carpet, essentially trapping these substances in the subfloor, carpet pad, and carpet pile backing. When the steam cleaning extraction “wand” pulls up water, it can only remove a certain percentage of the liquid, dependant on the suction power of the technician’s equipment. Essentially, hot water becomes the vehicle for “dirt” dispersion. Much of the dirt is removed, while gravity and pressure force and trap the remaining water and dirt in your floor, along with whatever harmful residual chemicals remain in the carpet.
Have you ever walked on carpet that was recently steam cleaned and felt a slight sticky texture on the soles of your bare feet? Those are actually chemicals, some of which may be toxic to your family and harmful to your indoor air quality. The technology that we employ is the only process that actually removes these chemicals along with the soil and other microbal agents imbedded deep in your carpet fibers. And dry carpet means – No Mold! No Mildew! No harboring of living organisms in your carpet! No way!
Think of your carpet fibers as thousands of tiny vertical surfaces. Now, imagine using a soaking-wet sponge to clean your wall. Any excess liquid from the sponge will trickle down your wall. In a similar way, steam cleaning causes water to run down your carpet fibers (yarn strands) to the carpet backing and underlayment (carpet pad). This process causes dissolved dirt to literally sink into your floor before it has a chance to be extracted. This is simply because contaminated liquid (dirty water) is simply too heavy for even the most powerful truck-mounted extraction systems. Any remaining moisture will eventually evaporate, leaving the remaining soil, chemicals, and contaminants imbedded in your subfloor, underlayment pad and carpet pile. During the evaporation process, the water actually transports contaminated water (which often harbors mold spores, mildew and bacteria) up to your carpet surface. In our industry, this common phenomenon is referred to as “wick back”. This is why the most common consumer complaint of steam cleaning service is rapid resoiling (or wick back), whereby dirt, spots, and carpet discoloration reoccurs soon after the cleaning process.
A larger problem than wick back is the deep-down dirt and contaminants that remain in and underneath the carpet backing, which can become more difficult to extract after each steam clean. Your carpet is dry and safe to use as soon as we leave your home*. After we vacuum he sponges are biodegradable, organic, and are actually not harmful if injested, thus making our process safe for your entire family. This is the amazing difference with our process. It is healthier for your carpet (hot water extraction deteriorates carpet fibers), healthier for your family (zero chemical residue & no harmful off-gassing which degrades indoor air quality) .
- environmentally friendly
- soft, natural product
- washes carpet and absorbs dirt
* Depending on indoor relative humidity (RH) level, carpet fibers may be slightly damp after our process is completed. We guarantee NO-SOAKED carpets! All carpet fibers will dry completely in a matter of minutes, NOT days or hours! This is our guarantee.