At this office in Seminole, Florida one client has moved out and the new client was to move in 2 days after we performed our Carpet Dry Cleaning process. The photo on the left is what the carpet looked like before we started carpet cleaning. We were informed that it had been 3 years since the last cleaning and in addition to the overall ware, dirt and dinginess of the carpet – it had a bad odor problem. Your probably thinking the same thought I had when I saw this carpet, why didn’t the new client insist on carpet replacement. I don’t know the answer because it’s not my place to ask. Our task was to restore the carpet to the best of our ability and kill the cause of the odor. When we began our 9 step Carpet Dry Cleaning process we just thought this was a dirty grey carpet. But look at the photo on the right after the cleaning was complete, it was actually a brownish color.
Not all carpet cleaning is created equal:
To remove the odor we added and incredible sanitizer right in with our cleaner so that we could drive this material all the way through the carpet pile. After we removed all of the chunky debris that we dug out of the carpet, we deodorized the carpet with Fresh Wave and then applied our Stain-Guard Protector. The carpet was dry 2 hours after we completed. Although we tried as hard as possible to remove the traffic pattern, in this case the carpet was just to far neglected to completely restore it. We did get assurances from the Property Manager that he would have us out to clean next year. If that’s the case then this carpet has a good chance of being fully restored to a beautiful carpet.
As a side note; The Property Manager was so impressed with our dedication that he called our office that day and had his home scheduled for our Carpet Dry Cleaning process.