I recently met a great Sequim carpet cleaner, and when you meet someone who is really good at what they do, it’s worth sharing. I don’t get impressed very often by a service like this, but this company impressed me. Imagine a carpet cleaning system that does not use water or steam that requires hours to dry out. Who hasn’t done that? Use too much water (steam), or clean too slowly, and your carpet gets drenched. It can literally take days to dry out. But there’s another popular cleaning method that uses chemicals, which can have adverse health consequences, too. So what’s the answer?
Sequim Carpet Cleaner
This Sequim carpet cleaner uses a totally natural process with a fraction of the water. I love the way he describes the process:
Carpets will dry in one to two hours versus a couple of days. This eliminates reappearing stains, mold or mildew growing in the pad, shrinkage of the carpet, damage to the flooring underneath, and dirt-attracting residues left behind.
The fact that this cleaning process does not use dangerous chemicals really appeals to almost everyone today.
This is all non-toxic and enzyme-based, making our process safe for anyone with sensitivities, children, or animals. You do not have to vacate the house. There is minimal noise and no odor.
Sequim Carpet Cleaner Sets New Standard
Who is this Sequim carpet cleaner? I get no referral fee at all for this article, but after talking with this man and finding out about the process he uses, and after finding out about his background in law enforcement, I knew this was someone I would like to hire, and why not tell others about his business? His name is Aaron St. George, and you’ll find his website at Sequim Carpet Cleaner. He even has some coupons posted on his website.
If you plan to get your home ready to sell, this is a great way to clean the carpets, and if you are buying a home, you still may want to hire this Sequim carpet cleaner.
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