Two-Step Home Carpet Cleaning

 In carpet cleaning, home cleaning, learn

We strive to inform, educate, and entertain our viewers. Watch this
video and see why our two-step home carpet cleaning process is more effective
than a one-step carpet cleaning
. Our method and technicians provide
the best carpet cleaning in the area.

Find out the difference in carpet cleaning methods before scheduling an
appointment for carpet cleaning.

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Video Transcript

“If you are like most consumers, price and value are the two leading
factors in your decision when choosing a carpet cleaning company. We, at
ServiceMaster, follow a thorough process to ensure we are giving you the
best value for your time and money. Many companies use a one-step carpet
cleaning method. This includes putting cleaning product into your carpet,
while at the same time, trying to rinse and remove it.

ServiceMaster uses a thorough, two-step carpet cleaning method, which is
more effective. This includes pre-spraying your carpet, allowing time for
the cleaning product to work. Then, we rinse the carpet, removing the
cleaning product with clear, softened, 200° degree water.

The one-step process is comparable to running your washing machine
without a rinse cycle. By not separating the two processes, there is no
time for the cleaning agent to work, and a substantial amount of product is
left in your carpet.

Furthermore, carpet-cleaning products are designed to attract dirt. Not
doing a separate rinse leaves too much product in your carpet. The more
soap left behind, the faster it will attract dirt
, which is the last thing
you want happening to your freshly cleaned carpet.

At ServiceMaster, we allow time for the soap to work, and we give a
thorough rinse, leaving behind very little residue. This allows for a
greater period of time between cleanings-leaving your carpets looking
cleaner, longer.”

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