After “steam” cleaning your carpet, it feels pretty good to see that tankful of filthy, nasty water. That is…until you realize that the dirty water in your tank is the same as the dirty water left in your wet carpet.
Is that deep cleaning?
Now consider cleaning your carpet the green and dry way with HOST:
- No wet carpet
- Easy to use
- Environmentally preferred
- Safe for all carpets, even Orientals and sisal
- Removes dust mites, mold and other allergens
- Spots won’t come back
- Carpet stays cleaner longer
- Lifts matted carpet
- Safer for children and pets
Before we used the HOST dry extraction carpet cleaning system.
This was dust from a pulled down ceiling.
After this carpet came up better than when it was first laid!
Vacuumed first, then agitated with the freestyle,
Then HOST sponges applied, Brushed in till dirty,
then vacuumed again, this process was repeated 5 times!
A Dry carpet cleaner is not completely moisture-free, but it is typically a process where foam, powder, granules or absorbent cleaning compounds are spread across the carpet and they absorb the soil.
This highly-absorbent cleaning solution, or compound, will be vacuumed-extracted, requiring about a fifth of the water that is used in steam cleaning or hot water extraction carpet cleaning methods, if done professionally.
Although customer reviews for the Host dry carpet cleaner are difficult to find, they are out there and people who have used this product really seem to feel it does a great job on their carpet.
Actual users give this product a 5 out of 5 stars. Here are some of the things they had to say about the Host dry carpet cleaning kit.
- No wet carpet
- you can walk on the carpet when the cleaner is down and immediately after you have cleaned your carpet.
- Excellent at removing stains and odors one customer wrote: “I’ve used HOST for over 20 years…it’s been great for my carpets.”
- Easy to use
- Cleans natural fiber rugs that you can’t use wet cleaning methods on
- All natural biodegradable ingredients
The few reviews that could be found were all overwhelmingly positive so there seems to be few real disadvantages to using this product though several reviewers did reveal two or three problems.
- The Product is difficult to find
- somewhat messy
- clogs up some vacuum cleaners.
Of the three disadvantages that consumers listed, the most problematic one is the difficulty in finding this product. However, there seems to be plenty of sites that sell the Host dry carpet cleaning kit online and the official Host website does list distributors that handle their product if you type in your post code.
As for the other two disadvantages some reviewers stated that using a wet/dry vac to do the initial vacuuming after using the Host dry carpet cleaner helps prevent clogs in your home vacuum and it does appear that dry carpet cleaning would be less messier than emptying those dirty buckets from traditional carpet cleaning.
So, It seems the answer is a definite YES!!
Done a nice little job for Fiona a fellow BNI member today, so if your in need of total relaxation drop in and see fiona at: www.calm-time.com believe me fiona gordon is amazing!
For all your building needs give Tal Belnik a call! a really nice chap and very professional.. www.centaur-developments.co.uk
Derek Hawkins from Lyndale Associates, what a nice man! and a fantastic product! check out his website,www.lyndaleassociates.co.uk
Had a great meeting today with the girls from Eco-logical cleaning Kelley & Ria, www.eco-logicalcleaning.co.ukthanks girls cant wait to start working with you!!
Eleanor of www.freshandclean.co.uk amazing domestic cleaners, the work they do is fantastic! So for all your cleaning needs ie end/pre tenancy, spring, one offs, after builders, after party or before party cleans give her a shout you wont be disappointed!!
The best organic carpet cleaners are biodegradable and nontoxic. You should also look for those that have a pH balance that is gentle on the environment. It is equally important to ensure that a product’s packaging is made from 100% recycled material.
If you want your carpets to be professionally cleaned, you should know that there are professional organic carpet cleaners who specialize in the healthful cleansing of even the dirtiest carpets. If you have trouble locating professional organic carpet cleaners locally, try searching online to see if you can find one that is close to your area. Dry&Clean cover middlesex, Surrey, SW London, West London NE london Central London Contact them on, 020 8898 4344 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Using Organic Carpet & Carpet Cleaners
Each time toxic cleaners are used, there’s a heavy impact on our environment. It does not matter whether the cleaners are poured, sprayed, washed, rinsed, or dumped. The negative and harmful effects are the same. When we use these things we risk adding toxins to the air and to the water, both of which come back to us and are shared with the public. If you are not sure whether your cleaning products are harmful to you and the environment, take a look at the product labels to see the various types of chemical ingredients that are listed. What you find might surprise you!
Some products you may want to review are your carpet and carpet cleaners. For many of the cleaning needs today, there are healthier, organic alternatives to the usual toxic products. Carpet cleaners are no different. If you are concerned about this issue, and would like to use products that are more healthful, consider switching to organic cleaning products. Organic carpet cleaners, for example, are generally dry cleaners that are much less harmful on both the human body and the environment, than traditional carpet cleaners.
How come we don’t have a programme called cowboy customers? Or Check-a-Customer.. Two weeks ago I priced up a job in ladbroke grove, which for those of you who don’t know is in the congestion charge zone.. Like always I wrote it in my diary and so did my customer! I drove there this afternoon I was even five minutes early! So I knocked on the door and waited, and waited, and waited etc etc.. After 1/2 I gave up and drove home… No job, no phone call from customer to apologise and 8quid out of pocket! Might try my luck and invoice her for my time AND my 8quid….will keep you posted!