Chem-Dry Carpet Cleaning vs. Steam Carpet Cleaners

Chem-Dry Carpet Cleaning vs. West Jordan Steam Carpet Cleaners

A Difference You Can Feel

The carpet cleaning professionals at Intermountain Chem-Dry in West Jordan, UT starts their exclusive cleaning process by applying Chem-Dry’s impressive Carbonating Cleaner using low pressure. This non-toxic, patented cleaning solution uses millions of microscopic carbonating bubbles to release the embedded dirt and grime from the carpets in your home. As the bubbles rejuvenate the carpet fibers, soil and stains are lifted to the surface and quickly vacuumed away. Intermountain Chem-Dry technicians will only use a minimal amount of moisture, so¬†your carpets are fully dry and ready for you and your family to enjoy in as little as 1 to 2 hours.

Steam cleaners, on the other hand, tend to drench your carpets with enormous amounts of sudsy water and harsh chemical cleaners before attempting to suck it all back out. Your carpets appear clean, but will not stay that way for long. The layer of soapy residues left behind attracts stains and causes your carpets to get dirty again much more quickly. Worst of all, steam cleaners tend to leave excessive amounts of moisture at the base of your carpets, which requires more time to dry and creates a breeding ground for hazardous mold and bacteria.

Chem-Dry’s carpet cleaning system is simply a healthier and more complete way to clean your carpets than using a steam cleaner, giving you an overall, more thorough¬†carpet cleaning experience.

The Details Matter – See the Difference Between Chem-Dry and Steam Cleaners

Power Head Chem-Dry (Hot Carbonation)

  • Safe cleaning power of carbonation
  • Dries in hours not days
  • Neutral pH cleaner
  • Keeps carpet cleaner for longer
  • Green Certified cleaning solution
  • Less liquid applied at a lower pressure

Steam Head Steam Cleaners (Hot Water Extraction)

  • Strong chemical cleaners
  • Longer drying time
  • High pH cleaners
  • Promotes stain recurrence
  • No Green certification
  • Too much liquid applied at extreme pressure
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