Dry "Encapsulation" carpet cleaning is the only way to go for commercial or residential cleaning where drying time is a factor, your carpets are ready for use in a matter of minutes, not hours.
Dry cleaning produces great results, a special cleaning product is sprayed on, then worked into the carpet encapsulating dirt and grime, that is then vacuumed away.



An all-round solution for tough carpet problems

Dry carpet cleaning is a very efficient process, producing great results in very little time. Specialist cleaning products and techniques will absorb the dirt and grit that gets caught in your carpets, leaving them as good as new. It’s called "dry" carpet cleaning because very little moisture is involved in the treatment process, compared to "steam" carpet cleaning. Obviously, this is a better approach to cleaning those carpets that don’t respond well to getting wet.

How dry "Encapsulation" cleaning works

Dry cleaning literally encapsulates (crystallizes) soil particles into dry residues on contact, in a process now regarded by the industry as the preferred carpet cleaning method; working like "tiny sponges", the deep-cleaning compound crystals dissolve and absorb dirt prior to its removal from the carpet.

Evidence suggests encapsulation improves carpet appearance, compared to other systems; and is preferred for high-traffic areas, and lack of moisture. Encapsulation also avoids the drying time of steam cleaning, making the carpet available for use in a very short time.

The use of encapsulation to create a crystalline residue that can be vacuumed has recently become an accepted method for commercial and residential carpet maintenance.

Benefits of "Encapsulation" carpet cleaning

Encapsulation cleaning techniques work wonders and result in a high level of extraction; bringing life back to your carpets. Other treatments may be required to deal with surface stains or odour control, but encapsulation carpet cleaning is your tried and true cleaning method.

Dry carpet cleaning is particularly effective on older carpets, which are often filled with dirt and dust. 

High quality, expensive carpets, respond well to the "encapsulation" cleaning process, this method is designed to provide great results with minimal risk to your carpets.