Chem dry Secret for carpet cleaning

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  1. vinnz21 profile image60
    vinnz21posted 13 years ago

    The secret is chem-dry dries faster. The fact is that carpets and some other leather cleaned the chem dry way are left  gleaming  clean and dry in just one to two hours unlike some other thing that covers 1-2 days as you have experienced with other carpet cleaning services methods. I would like to inform people that chem dry method use by carpet cleaning with chem dry don't use soaps, detergents, or some other harsh chemicals to have a great cleaning results, they only use one secret is the power of crystal clear carbonating bubbles.

    There's no need to worry, all things should will be fine when everyone uses or choosing carpet cleaning services that is under of chem dry cleaning franchise. All you have to do is spend few bucks on it and they will do the job for you, also you can copy their techniques and some other methods in while they are cleaning your carpet. As I said that in just two hours they will finish off the irritating dirt on your carpets and leave it healthier while you are observing and enjoy watching their job as professionals.

    As licensed carpet cleaners they are grateful to be watch while cleaning because they think that it is important to make their costumer learn with one of their method in cleaning. They are also open minded and accept all suggestions and question from us, besides they like to teach for those who want to learn more. Then, as a good costumer you have to use your knowledge on carpet cleaning with chem dry in a proper way for you to have a good result and be one of the professionals.

    1. profile image53
      greenguru9posted 13 years agoin reply to this

      Chem-dry seems to be OK with spamming, clearly demonstrated by the preceding article. One wonders what other questionable practices are also tolerated?

  2. Cagsil profile image71
    Cagsilposted 13 years ago

    Welcome to HubPages!

    However, it would be a complete waste of time to post information like this in a forum post. You might consider writing a hub, if you've something to say on the matter. wink

    And, if you've already written a hub on the matter, then why bother putting in the forums?

    Just idle curiousness. smile

    1. vinnz21 profile image60
      vinnz21posted 13 years agoin reply to this

      Oppps, sorry....I think I lost from the right direction.^_^

  3. profile image51
    Johnrideposted 12 years ago

    I was not living at my place since 5 years, my carpet was not cleaned during this time it was really dirty. Dry Tech helped me clean the carpet and it looks like a new carpet now, they are true carpet cleaners. I would highly recommend them to you guys; they used modern Carpet_Cleaning techniques.  Their cleaners removed dust mites and unwanted smells and stains. I am happy to use Dry Tech cleaning services.

  4. MikeNV profile image69
    MikeNVposted 12 years ago

    Shaw flooring the World's largest carpet manufacture recommends HOT WATER EXTRACTION cleaning method.  And there is a reason for that.

    Chemical cleaning does not do the job and leaves residue.  Great.  Toxic residue for the kids and pets to play in.

  5. Greek One profile image63
    Greek Oneposted 12 years ago

    Or you can just lay flooring down...


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