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Carpet Cleaning in the Bakersfield Area

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The Carbonated Carpet Cleaner®


Compare the Difference


Steam cleaning leaves water behind, which can wick back up the carpet fibers.Chem-Dry's patented Carbonating Cleaner is applied using a low pressure applicator that applies millions of microscopic carbonated bubbles into your carpet, then with the power of carbonation lifting the dirt and grime to the surface to be extracted and swept away forever. This process leaves your carpet in a drier and cleaner state, more than steam cleaning accomplishes.



Unlike the Chem-Dry process, steam cleaning frequently uses high pressure that forces water down through the carpet backing straight to the pad. This leads to buckets of water that can be left behind trapping soapy, dirt-attracting residue deeply embedded in your carpet, creating the risk of reappearing spots and a potential breeding ground for mold and bacteria. This water left behind will then 'wick' back up the carpet as it dries over the next couple days. When this happens, the leftover dirt will ride up the carpet fibers, often leaving your carpet dirtier than before it was cleaned.

water left after steam cleaning

Chem-Dry Carbonation VS. Steam Cleaning

Chem-Dry carpet cleaning equipment.
Chem-Dry is better compared to steam cleaning.


Steam Cleaning

(hot water extraction)

•Carbonating, active cleaning solution

•Neutral pH cleaning solution

•Safe, non-toxic

•Resists resoiling

•Low water quantity

•Low pressure application

•Short drying time

•Better for the environment

•Flat, inactive cleaning solution

•High pH cleaning solution

•Chemicals, surfactants, soaps

•Encourages resoiling

•High water quantity

•High pressure application

•Long drying times

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McGeorge Brothers Chem-Dry

308 Yampa St

Bakersfield, CA 93307


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Drier. Cleaner. Healthier.®

Independently owned and operated. All work done on premises. Licensed, bonded, and insured.

All major credit cards accepted.