Ion Exchange! A Faster Drying,  More Eco Friendly Way to Clean Your Carpets

With water conservation on everyone mind, one question we asked a lot is, how does our system use so much less water?
For those of you who are unfamiliar with the Cleanpro system, we use approximately 4-7 total gallons of water in the average residential home. A traditional hot water extraction cleaner may use 60-100 gallons of water. Think about that for a minute, 60-100 gallons of water injected into your carpet and pad at high pressure!
Has your carpet ever smelled musty a couple weeks after having it cleaned or soaking up a spill? Even if you never noticed an odor, bacteria may have been growing in the moisture left behind by hot water cleaning. Regardless of the type of suction machine they use in the attempt at removing the water, there will always be moisture left in the carpeting and possibly, even the pad!
Doing this to carpets made as much sense to me, as it does to you. I began researching modern and effective carpet cleaning methods and discovered Cleanpro. Cleanpro uses a patented ion exchange cleaning process. With this process, we never get the back of your carpet or pad wet! Our cleaners are organic citrus based, we are better for the environment, your carpet and you!

2 Responses to “Dry Carpet Cleaning Vs Steam Cleaning With Water”

  1. Edward Bobo

    I read through your blog post here. I have a question I was hoping you might be able to help with. Is it worth cleaning old dirty carpets or should I put the cost of cleaning towards a new floor covering? I got a new dog and they’ve made a mess of my carpets. I really appreciate any advice you can give.

    • admin

      Thank you for your question. It is worth trying to have a professional clean your carpets if they are quality carpets in pretty good shape other than just dirt. The right kind of carpet cleaning can revive carpet and extend it’s life, as well as save you the money it would cost to replace it. Check for a CleanPro Carpet Cleaner Near you.


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