Residential & Commercial
Carpet Cleaning
Carpet Cleaning
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  • What Cleaning method does Xstream Clean use?
Frequently  Asked   Questions   
  • How long will it take to clean my carpet?
  • I've Heard that cleaning my carpet makes it soil faster, is this
  • How long will it take for my carpet to dry?
  • How long do I have to wait after cleaning to use the carpet?
  • Will water harm my carpet?
  • Will the price change?
  • What should I do if the stains that were cleaned reappear?
  • Does Carpet protector really work?
  • Will the cleaning products used harm my children or pets?
  • Will your equipment scratch my floors, walls or baseboards?
  • Do I need to vacuum after you clean the carpet?
  • What do I need to do before Xstream Clean arrives?
  • What other services do you offer?
  • Do I have to be present the entire time that the cleaning
    takes place?
We use the only method recommended and warranted by the
major carpet mills and fiber producers, hot water Extraction
also known as Steam cleaning.
Normally 1 1/2 to 2 1/2 hours depending on the size of the
house and amount of stains to be removed.
Usually the rooms we cleaned first will be just about dry when
we are packing up to leave. Your entire home should be
completely dry within one hour and a half
The modern cleaning methods Xstream Clean use rinse
virtually, all cleaning products out of the carpet so it will not
attract dirt.  This problem results from soap or oily powder
particles being left in the carpet, which attract dirt.  
Companies that use soap or oily chemicals to clean your
carpet and companies which employ dry-cleaning methods
are the most likely to cause this problem.
  • Whats the difference in the Rotovac and the wand?
A lot! Read all about the differences and see a video showing
the rotovac vs' the wand cleaning. It will shock you.
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to learn more
Modern Carpet technology is basically water resistant, and
approximately 98% of the limited