Carpet Cleaning

Transform Your Rugs with Deep Carpet Cleaning Chelsea

Carpet CleaningForget going down on all four and trying to remove the newest stain of your carpet. Instead give our carpet cleaning team in Chelsea a call on , we are great at our job, and make sure we meet your needs. And that’s not all. Hiring our team, you’ll also enjoy:

  • Great savings on combined bookings – add one off cleaning to the rug care and save money
  • Variation of booking opportunities, at no price change for weekend and bank-holiday appointments
  • Prochem provided tools and detergents – guaranteeing amazing results
  • Trained and fully vetted professionals
  • Customer support lines open 24/7

Effective Rug Cleaning Methods in Chelsea

Carpet CleaningAs we already mentioned, our rug cleaning team in Chelsea consists of experienced fibre experts, that know all the secrets of deep cleaning carpets. As we make sure they all undergo regular training in the latest cleaning techniques, you can rest assured your soft textile floor covering is in safe hands. Our rug cleaners in Chelsea will carefully inspect the fabric of your carpet and will choose the method that will deliver best results, while being gentle to the fabric itself. We perform:

  • Steam cleaning – armed with a hot water extraction tool, our cleaners will insert water solution of a powerful detergent to the very base of the carpet, and will then extract it along all allergens and impurities, using the same tool. We recommend this technique for heavily soiled carpets and ones made by natural fibres. As it might take a while for the rugs to dry, you can always hire our air movers, for a bit extra, speeding up the process
  • Dry cleaning – using a specialised non-toxic dry powder, evenly spread on the surface and inserted between the fibres with fine brushes, we will acquire access to the base of your rug, making sure build up dust and dirt are removed. Our team will go ahead with this method in case your rugs are made by man-made fibres, or ones prone to shrinking when exposed to water