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Carpet Dry Cleaning

Carpet Dry Cleaning Melbourne

Carpet Dry Cleaning

Dry cleaning is an effective and efficient way to remove stains, dirt and bacteria from carpets and rugs. Carpet dry cleaning removes more stains that other cleaning process and prevents shrinkage or your carpet stretching.

Your Star Floor Cleaning Expert will be able to advise which method of cleaning is best for your particular carpet.

Star Flooring Concepts now offers customers a choice of two types of carpet dry cleaning.

Traditional carpet dry cleaning

This method uses traditional dry cleaning fluids and physical cleaning action. An absorbent compound is sprinkled over the carpet to dissolve dirt, soil and residue. A commercial vacuum is then used to suction out the debris.

Your carpets will be dry within 1 hour.

Encapsulation carpet dry cleaning

Encapsulation cleans carpet at lower temperatures and by making efficient use of the chemical and agitation elements, helps restore your carpets and rugs to their optimal condition.

Encapsulation carpet cleaning also uses crystal polymers which remove detergent at end of the treatment and prevent dirt being pulled back into your carpets.

Your carpet will be available to walk on immediately.

To make a booking or to obtain a free, no obligation quote, call us on 03 9763 8009 or book online.

Jenadyco International Academy of Flooring & Fabric Care
JAS-ANZ REGISTER
Quality Approved ISO 9001
Environmental Approved AS/NZS ISO 14001
Safely Approved AS/NZS 4801

Quality Guarantee

We are committed to our core values of Honesty, Integrity and Results. Our team of experienced cleaning professionals are IICRC* trained and proficient in using all equipment and processes to ensure our customers receive the best possible outcome. We take pride in the quality of our work and provide customers with a 100% customer satisfaction.

The IICRC is a certification and Standards Developing Organization (SDO) non-profit organization for the inspection, cleaning and restoration industries. In partnership with regional and international trade associates, the IICRC serves more than 25 countries with offices in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand and Japan.