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The Oxymagic Process - Carpet

We are one of Minnesota's best carpet cleaners. What sets us apart is our employees and our cleaning system. We hire people who we would feel comfortable inviting into our own home. Our cleaning system has a Fast Dry Time, uses Non-Toxic Chemicals, and your Carpets Stay Cleaner Longer.

How do we do it? Our system uses about 1 tablespoon of solution per sqft, this is why we have such a fast dry time. Is that enough solution? Well, the proof is in the pudding, but hopefully, the pudding is not on your carpet. BUT, if it is, give us a call, we can get that out too!

We use high-efficiency machines and a pH balanced cleaning solution that is non-toxic, biodegradable and completely safe for children and pets! The IICRC, the carpet cleaning industry's only recognized trade organization, says deep particulate or fibrous soil makes up 79% of dirt present in your carpet. Due to the soil particles being found in the lower third of the carpet pile, it needs brush agitation to be effectively removed.

Our Host Freestyle cleaning machine consists of two counter-rotating brushes that scrub the carpet at 480 rpms. These brushes clean the carpet from the bottom up; removing loose debris, dirt, and encapsulated crystals. You'll be astonished at what we're able to do for your carpet.

And because we don't use soap, your carpets stay cleaner longer. That's the power of hydrogen peroxide cleaning your carpets and removing stains, plus it's EPA Safer Choice Certified!

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  • The Oxymagic Process

    The Oxymagic process is the best way to keep your carpet cleaner for longer. Soap residue left in carpet gets dirtier faster; that's why we don't use soap. Our cleaning products do not leave any residue to become attractants to dirt and grime.

  • The Science Behind Soap

    All soaps have two parts, a head and a tail. The head is commonly referred to as being hydrophilic or water-loving. The tail is lipophilic or oil-loving. Because of this unique combination, the tails are attracted to oil and will surround and create a thin layered coating around oil particles. When surrounded, the oil will wash out being carried away.

    If there is soap residue left on the carpet from steam cleaning, then the oil sticks to the lipophilic tail and then becomes a binding point for additional soil particles.