What’s the Best Carpet Cleaner?

Mar 24, 2022 | Carpet Cleaning, Healthy Home

woman vacuuming carpet

There are many factors to consider when choosing a carpet cleaner. Over the years, consumers’ standards have changed for determining which carpet cleaning services deserve their business. These days, one of the most important criteria for many homeowners in deciding on the best carpet cleaner is eco-friendliness. This means there is a huge demand for carpet cleaners that use safer products and are mindful about water use. 

Why ECOLOGO Certified Carpet Cleaning is Best

At Malama ‘Aina Chem-Dry, we understand why families are so concerned about the types of cleaning products used in their homes. Many other carpet cleaners work with harsh chemicals that can leave lasting fumes and odors. Others also use processes that require excess water rather than leveraging innovative methods that focus on reducing water usage.

If you’ve ever hired a conventional steam cleaning company or a carpet cleaner that used questionable products to remove dirt from your carpets, you may be on the lookout for a better option. The good news is that when you choose the best carpet cleaner, Malama ‘Aina Chem-Dry, you’ll enjoy the benefits of a safe, non-toxic approach to carpet cleaning. 

Choose an Eco-Friendly Approach to Carpet Cleaning

You should never have to settle for “good enough” when it comes to cleaning your carpets. Instead, you can look to the expert technicians at Malama ‘Aina Chem-Dry to provide stellar results using eco-friendly solutions.

Take our proprietary cleaning solution for example. Called The Natural®, this cleaning solution is composed of ingredients that can all be found on the FDA’s Generally Recognized as Safe (G.R.A.S.) list. What’s more, The Natural is carbonated as part of our cutting-edge Hot Carbonating Extraction process. 

Because we focus on minimizing water usage as we clean, we leverage the natural powers of carbonation to do the hard work of lifting dirt and grime from your carpets. As a result, we use less water than conventional steam cleaning.

We also have powerful machinery that is able to easily remove the dirt and grime lifted by our carbonated solution. Not only does this limit water usage, but it also leaves your carpets significantly drier than other cleaning techniques. When you work with the best carpet cleaners available, your carpets will dry completely in 1-2 hours, so you won’t have to wait days before you can enjoy your freshly cleaned home.

Promote Your Family’s Health with a Healthier Carpet Cleaner

With our patented eco-friendly products, we don’t only care about the environment. We also care about utilizing our resources to promote and protect our clients’ health to the best of our ability. In addition to working with products that are free of harsh chemicals, our services have also been proven to contribute to a healthier home environment. 

Our Hot Carbonating Extraction process, which can be used for both carpets and upholstery, removes non-living allergens including dog and cat dander and dust mite matter. As a result, when you choose Malama ‘Aina Chem-Dry, you won’t just get a cleaner home with the help of our eco-friendly approach. You’ll also get a healthier home for your family to enjoy.

Learn more about why Malama ‘Aina Chem-Dry is the best carpet cleaner on Oahu. Call (808) 371-8874 to learn more or book your appointment online.

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94-1010 Leihaku Street
Waipahu, HI 96797

Phone: (808) 371-8874

Email: keliir@malamaainachemdry.com

Website: malamaainachemdry.com

Service Area:

Serving all of Oahu, including: Honolulu, Waipahu, Pearl City, Ewa Beach, Kapolei, Mililani, Waipio, and the surrounding areas.

Hours of Operation:

Mon-Sun: 6:00 am - 11:00 pm

*Based on results of studies conducted by independent laboratories of the Chem-Dry HCE (Hot Carbonating Extraction) and P.U.R.T. (Pet Urine Removal Treatment). Allergens tested were dog and cat dander and dust mite matter. Pet odor results based on testing with the most common odor sources found in dog and cat urine. Figures are an average across multiple tests.