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NEW YORK Carpet Cleaning

New York has the double advantage of being a great state and having one of the world’s greatest cities. The Empire State gets to claim the Adirondacks, a stunning skyline, Niagara Falls, Central Park, the Palisades, and of course the Statue of Liberty. For all these great features, though, New Yorkers aren’t exempt from the everyday challenges of life.

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Picking a New York Carpet Cleaner

One of those challenges is finding a NY carpet cleaner you can trust. There are, after all, a lot of cleaners out there, so how should you go about picking the right one? The key is to find out the type of service these New York carpet cleaning companies are offering. Chances are it will either be steam or spin-bonnet cleaning.

Both of these New York carpet cleaning methods have significant disadvantages. Let’s start by looking at the steam method. This old fashion New York carpet cleaning system depends on pumping 30 to 60 gallons of water into the carpet and the sucking it up. This causes two problems.

First, many steam based NY carpet cleaning companies can’t extract enough water. They leave gallons and gallons in the carpet, ensuring dry times of 12 to 36 hours - sometimes longer. Second, the water left behind, which contains loosened dirt and oils, can sink into the carpet pad. Those dirty oils will then resurface as new stains which, no matter how many times you get a New York carpet cleaning, will reappear after each cleaning.

So what about the spin-bonnet method? This New York carpet cleaning system uses a machine very much like a floor buffer with an absorbent pad. As the machine scrubs, it’s compressing the pile, which means the machine can’t reach deep into the carpet pile. This kind of New York carpet cleaning can do a good job on the top third of the carpet, but the rest of it can be left practically untouched.

Oxi Fresh Carpet Cleaning in New York

Oxi Fresh’s New York carpet cleaning system isn’t based on either the spin-bonnet or steam method. Instead, it combines powerful but safe oxygenated cleaners with a revolutionary machine. Together they create a unique, green New York carpet cleaning that gets incredible results without the problems of other methods.

Where steam cleaning requires tons of water, our New York carpet cleaning solutions only need a gallon or two. What’s more, our New York carpet cleaning products are safe for pets, children, and the environment. The EPA even awarded one of our products with the Design for the Environment certification.

Unlike the spin-bonnet method, Oxi Fresh’s New York carpet cleaning machine actually scrubs upwards, reaching deep into the pile to lift dirt and debris up and out the carpet. This ensures the pile isn’t compressed during Oxi Fresh’s New York carpet cleaning and that the carpet is cleaned from pile to tip.

Scheduling Your New York Carpet Cleaning

If you’re interested in scheduling a New York carpet cleaning with Oxi Fresh, just use the Franchise Finder below. If you’d like to read more about our New York carpet cleaning methods, click here or go to our carpet cleaning blog.

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