Steam Cleaning vs. Payson
Steam Carpet Cleaners vs. Carpet Cleaning Payson
A Difference You Can Feel
At Carpet Cleaning Payson Carpet & Tile Cleaning, we use a non-toxic carpet cleaner that supplies an exclusive Carbonating Cleaner at a low pressure. This patented, non-toxic cleaning solution is eco-friendly and uses millions of very small carbonated bubbles that aids in releasing grime and other dirt from your carpets. The carbonated bubbles work to invigorate the carpet fibers as soil and stains are brought to the surface and able to be vacuumed away. Our highly skilled technicians at Carpet Cleaning Payson Carpet & Tile Cleaning use the minimal amount of moisture, so that your carpets are completely dry and ready to enjoy in only 1 to 2 hours.
On the other hand, steam cleaners drench your carpets with harsh cleaners and truckloads of soapy and sudsy water. Then they try to suck it all back out. Your carpets might appear to be clean, but will not stay that way for very long. The soapy residue layer that steam cleaners leave behind attracts new stains and causes your carpets to get dirty a lot more quickly. Worst of all, steam cleaning can leave great amounts of moisture at the base of your carpets and in the padding, requiring the carpet more time to dry. This then can create a breeding ground for mold and bacteria to grow.
Payson’s eco-friendly carpet cleaning system is simply a much healthier and more complete cleaning than steam cleaning. Overall, our services provide a healthier and more thorough carpet cleaning experience for you and your family.
The Details Matter – See the Difference Between Payson and Steam Cleaners
Payson (Hot Carbonation)
- Safe cleaning power of carbonation
- Dry in hours not days
- Neutral pH cleaner
- Keeps carpet cleaner longer
- Green Certified cleaning solution
- Less liquid applied at a lower pressure
Steam Cleaners (Hot Water Extraction)
- Strong chemical cleaners
- Long dry time
- High pH cleaners
- Promotes stain recurrence
- No green certification
- Too much liquid applied at extreme pressure