CHEM-DRY VS. STEAM CLEANINGLearn why Ace Chem-Dry carpet cleaning is so much more effective than steam cleaning
Compare the Difference
If you’ve ever smelled musty, moist carpets or stepped on wet carpets, then you that know steam cleaning is a pain. You need Ace Chem-Dry and our unique, effective carpet cleaning because it dries quickly. We use a patented carbonating cleaner that is applied using a low-pressure spray machine and covers your carpet with millions of microscopic carbonated bubbles (instead of tons of water).
These tiny bubbles explode dirt and grime from the fibers of your carpet and raise them to the surface and are easily extracted and cleaned away. With our carbonated cleaning method, we’re able to use 80% less water than steam cleaners. That’s why carpet cleaning with Ace Chem-Dry dries after 1-2 hours, instead of days.
Watch this short video to learn more about our process:
Steam Cleaners Have a Very Different Approach To Cleaning Carpets
Steam cleaning machines work by releasing buckets full of hot, soapy water on to your carpet. In a perfect world, all that water and soap would get sucked back up by the machine. However, that’s not usually the case, and this way of carpet cleaning can leave behind a whole lot of water and sticky residue that attracts dirt. Steam cleaning does make your carpets look clean for a short time period, but the soap residue that gets left behind can cause them to get dirty quickly. Then you’ll have to call them again to get the same stains out! And with all that extra water, you’ll be waiting much longer for the carpets to dry.
The Difference Between Chem-Dry Carpet Cleaning and Steam Cleaning
Chem-Dry (Hot Carbonation)
- Carbonating, active cleaning solution
- Neutral pH cleaning solution
- Resists resoiling – stains don’t reappear
- Low water quantity
- Low-pressure application
- Short drying time – 1-2 hours
- Green solutions and cleaning method, minimal water
- Flat, inactive cleaning solution
- High pH cleaning solution
- Encourages resoiling – reappearing stains
- High water quantity
- High-pressure application
- Long drying times – 1-2 days
- Harsh chemicals, excessive water