Experience the dry carpet cleaning Brisbane residents trust
✓ Fast Drying Times
✓ Stain Treatment Inclusive
✓ Residential and Commercial
✓ Removal of Dirt and Bacteria
✓ No Harsh Cleaning Solutions
✓ Bacteria and Odours Destroyed
✓ We Pre-vacuum Before Cleaning
✓ Professionally Trained Technicians
✓ Complimentary Deodorising Included
✓ Increases The Lifespan of Your Carpets
✓ Hygienically Cleans and Sanitises Materials
✓ Carpets Stay Cleaner and Fresher for Longer
✓ Targets Allergens, Pathogens, and Dust Mites
We truly want to provide you with the best, so we have sourced cleaning solutions and suppliers who have the following certifications for themselves or some of their products:
Fast-Drying, Low-Moisture Commercial & Residential Carpet Cleaning
Non-Toxic & Eco-Friendly
Targets Nasty Dust Mites
Improves Indoor Air Quality
Low Moisture = Fast Drying Times
Dry carpet cleaning is known as encapsulation cleaning and sometimes carpet shampooing and it’s a low-moisture method for cleaning carpets which complies with Australian Standards in addition to being an endorsed cleaning method from the Australian Carpet Cleaning Institute and The Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration.
The process of dry cleaning carpets works by applying a specialised cleaning solution and then agitating it in-between the carpet fibres. This removes dirt, dust, and other debris from the carpet's surface.
The solution also effectively targets stains and marks and also often results in better hygienic results than traditional steam cleaning. Steaming carpets uses a solution that is extracted with hot water, which can be great in some situations.
Steaming doesn’t, however, target bacteria and odours as effectively as dry cleaning because a dry carpet cleaning solution can be modified and added to in order to target specific problems such as red wine, urine, tea, coffee, and more.
Steaming would typically only use one type of cleaning solution which is then removed from the carpet very quickly. In some situations, some stains and marks may need a treatment to sit on it for a while in order to break it down and to destroy bacteria and odours.
Dry carpet cleaning is a great option for those who want to clean their carpets without using harsh chemicals, loud noises, and lingering wet carpets after the job is done.
1. Dry cleaning uses about 80% less moisture than steam cleaning while being capable of delivering equal and better results depending on the situation.
2. It is a deep cleaning process that removes stains and odours, leaving your home or office smelling fresh and clean.
3. This method is highly effective at removing mould and mildew, as well as other types of bacteria since the cleaning solution can be altered according to the situation at hand.
4. Because less moisture is used, the drying times are a lot faster. This is especially great for commercial carpet cleaning as we can use this method early in the morning before operating hours and the carpets can be walked on straight away.
Our carpet cleaning machine uses a rotating brush that agitates the cleaning solution between the carpet fibres and buffs out non-permanent stains and marks, leaving you with amazingly fresh and clean carpet.
Dry carpet cleaning involves applying a special cleaning solution to your carpets. This helps to loosen dirt, grime, and other debris that may be embedded in the fibres of your carpets. The solution is typically worked into the carpet using a brush, which helps to agitate and loosen the dirt and grime for effective removal.
This method boasts fast drying times and incredible cleaning results. Your PRO DRY Carpet Cleaning Brisbane technician will assess your carpets upon arrival and determine the best cleaning method to use that will deliver you the best possible outcome.
It's important to know that steam cleaning is not the best or only method out there and some situations will require a dry clean to get the best result and even avoid damage. Some carpets or stains simply can't handle high levels of heat or moisture so a dry clean will be the best course of action.