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Warning! Warning! Warning!

Don't even think about calling a carpet cleaning company until you've read this important message:

Don't just say "yes" to the lowest price. Make sure there are no hidden costs. And make certain the "low price" you're quoted is not for some "bubbles and magic" method of so-called cleaning.


Hot water extraction is sometimes referred to as "steam cleaning". Actually, this is a misapplied term, as real steam is too dry and too hot to clean carpet properly. In this method, a hot cleaning solution is sprayed under pressure onto the carpet and is immediately extracted with a vacuum source. The dirty solution is collected in a recovery tank and is usually poured into the sanitary waste system. The advantage of this process is that it has the ability to flush out large amounts of soil and contaminants in carpet. It is the most preferred method by all of the major fiber producers such as DuPont, Monsanto and Allied Signal, as well as the carpet manufacturers like Shaw, Mohawk, World and Queen – makers of more than 2/3 of the world’s carpet. Because this method removes more contaminants than the other carpet cleaning methods, hot water extraction is favored by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and is the preferred method of the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC).   Most higher quality carpets that have extended appearance and texture retention warranties require this type of cleaning every 12-18 months in order to retain the warranty coverage.


DriMaster's patented process replaces the ordinary steam cleaning spray jet with a dynamic, high-flow, high-recovery cleaning head. The cleaning solution is applied as a "sheet" rather than a jet spray, allowing controlled penetration of the carpet fiber without wetting the carpet backing. This new technology cleans faster, better and leaves the carpet 6 times drier than the same carpet cleaned with standard hot water extraction. On a typical 1,200 square foot home, the DriMaster will leave about 1/6th of the water left by the standard hot water extraction method. The low profile cleaning head fits beneath furniture and beds, where other tools can't reach. The durable polycarbonate cover makes "soft" contact with walls and furniture, preventing scratches and marks. Soft-bumpered cleaning heads can pass right over heat registers, drapery cords or electric cords without damage or tangling. This method maximizes the heat and vacuum performance of the truck-mounted cleaning system - it is revolutionary!

Does Your Carpet Need a Visit to a Mineral Spa or a Carbonated Drink? And Should Those be Confused with Cleaning?

Companies with "odd" cleaning methods may paint a whimsical picture of how they will clean your carpet, but who supports their claims? No one. Proponents of "dry" or "bubbling" cleaning methods claim that steam cleaners will leave your carpet wet after cleaning, leading to dire circumstances. Well, that certainly is a possibility, if the consumer hires a less-than-expert carpet cleaning company. IICRC-certified firms and technicians are trained and experienced in performing the number one recommended method - steam cleaning - without overwetting, without leaving residue . . . simply cleaning your carpet thoroughly and professionally in the manner the carpet manufacturer says will get the carpet clean.

Consumers should consider this: how many of your other household furnishings do you clean with bubbles? Likely none. And how do you clean other household furnishings? Likely with appropriate cleaning solutions, appropriate amounts and temperature of water, and you probably "rinse" afterward. That sounds just exactly like steam cleaning!

Warning! Warning! Warning!

Consumers should always investigate the reputation of companies they may engage to perform services. Ask a list of questions that will satisfy your needs for a vendor to whom you will pay your hard-earned money. And then ask how they will provide the services. If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. If it sounds "strange", it probably is. Listen for the voice of the experts- plain, straight facts that make sense to you.