CARPET & UPHOLSTERY SPECIALISTS
The Institute of Inspection Cleaning & Restoration Certification (IICRC) States for carpet cleaning
to be effective, the first step must be a thorough vacuuming of all carpeted areas. Research has determind that at least 74% of soil in the carpet & upholstery is dry particulate soil. This pariculate soil is the main cause of wear on all fabrics.
Why is it most companies ask the customer to vacuum prior to ther service? Because it saves them time! Unfortunately the home vacuums are just not strong enough to remove all this deep down dry soil, and in many cases companies that do provide vacuuming, they themselves use vacuum cleaners that are no better than than the typical home owner. The result in many cases is a very poor carpet cleaning job. When you add hot water to dry soil it makes it much more difficult to get the proper results.
Pristine Clean incorporates this first step along with the most effective and safest cleaning agents
on the market today. Checkout our multi-step extraction process for yourself on our carpet cleaning
Our method of deep extraction is also custom designed for your Upholstery cleaning, Oriental rug cleaning, Dhurrie & Braided rug cleaning.
In most cases Pristine Clean can perform the oriental rug cleaning right in your home which avoids
you the inconvienience of removal and delivery charges, not to mention the wait time in getting
If your looking for a company that cares about each and every job no matter how large or small you've come to the right place!
"I was especially pleased at how he got my hall so clean it was very dirty. Actually better than any previous well known companies i have used!"
Each of our Technitians has an average of 15 years experience in the Carpet Cleaning Industry.
Over the years various systems have been developed to help make the carpet cleaning process more
efficent and cost effective. While this has been very good for a company's bottom line it does
not necessarily mean a better carpet cleaning.
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