We clean green! To keep you, your family, your pets and the environment safe, Carpet Cleaning Escondido uses only non-toxic, environmentally friendly cleaning products on your carpets, upholstery, tile & grout and air ducts. Escondido carpet cleaning and Escondido upholstery cleaning with our state-of-the-art equipment deep cleans your carpet and furnishings, leaving everything fresh and clean, residue-free and deodorized. Click here to read more about it. Escondido low moisture hot water extraction, also known as low moisture steam cleaning and low moisture dry cleaning, is what carpet manufacturers and carpet fiber producers recommend most for the deep cleaning of mildly or moderately soiled carpets. For heavy soiling, the traditional hot water extraction method is recommended. Carpet Cleaning San Diego can do traditional hot water extraction, if necessary. But, in most cases, low moisture hot water extraction will give you the results you desire while helping the environment by using only about 300 gallons of water as opposed to the 3,000 gallons needed for an average hot water extraction job. You'll not only help conserve water, but a lot less wastewater is produced with low moisture hot water extraction, which means we'll need to dispose of less waste. Plus, your carpets will dry much quicker (in 2 to 4 hours as opposed to 4 to 6), which means less chance of soil wick-up, bacteria and mold growth. You'll just get fresh and odor-free carpeting that will look great until the next time you call us for your next San Diego carpet cleaning. And, don't forget, the cleaning agents we use are non-toxic and biodegradeable, so you're doing your part in conservation and going green. Whether your area rug is machine made or is a hand-made antique, Carpet Cleaning Escondido will take good care of it. We use only the methods and cleaning agents that area rug manufacturers and rug fiber producers recommend. Be sure to ask us to apply our DuPont Carpet Protector after we clean your area rug to protect it from dirt and stains.
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September 20, 2018 2:39 pm local time