Why Carpet Dry Time is Important
Making sure your carpets are dry after cleaning is essential to preventing mold or mildew from growing. With steam cleaning, it can take hours, and sometimes days for your carpets to fully dry. Steam cleaning can leave your carpets wet and soggy, which increases the opportunity for mold or mildew to grow. At KIWI, we use a dry deep cleaning method that will not only deep clean your carpets, but your carpets will also be dry in as little as 15 minutes. Read below to learn more about the benefits of a quick dry time for carpet cleaning.
Clean Carpets That Can Be Enjoyed Sooner
With professional dry carpet cleaning, carpets can be walked on almost immediately after cleaning is completed. No longer do you have to wait long time periods to walk on your carpets after a professional cleaning. With KIWI’s dry carpet cleaning services, you will be able to have perfectly cleaned carpets before a gathering in your home that won’t be wet.
The Safer Option
Steam cleaning often can leave carpets more susceptible to mold, mildew, and dirt than before a cleaning. With dry cleaning, your carpets will not only be deep cleaned, but at KIWI, our carpet cleaning services also fight against mold and mildew. When you choose KIWI, you are choosing the safer option for your home, family, and pets.
Carpets That Smell Great
At KIWI, our dry carpet cleaning methods also leave your carpets with a citrus-fresh smell that will make your entire home smell great. You don’t have to worry about the mildew-y smell that can come with steam cleaning when choosing KIWI. Our professional carpet cleaning services will not only have your carpets dried quickly, but they will also smell wonderful as well.
It is so important to choose a professional carpet cleaning company that leaves your carpets dry fast. It helps prevent mold and mildew, lets you enjoy your carpets sooner, is safer for your home, and with KIWI, your carpets will smell great. Give us a call today to schedule an appointment for a professional dry carpet cleaning!