Vacuuming

Vacuuming is the preliminary and most basic step to a clean interior, involving the removal of loose debris from the surface of the carpets or seats. Once the debris is gone, a more thorough cleaning can be done without recontamination of the surface


Shampooing

Stains suck...period. They don't mean you're a bad person. They mean that bad things happen to good people. If a stain can be created, then it can also be removed. Using a neutral pH level cleaner to remove the stain is important not only for the removal, but for the aftercare of the surface. Some chemicals that are too harsh may also remove the stain, however they can also cause irreversible damage to the material, which is why our choice of a PH neutral level cleaner is the best bet for stain removal without concern.


Steam Cleaning

Steam cleaning takes cleaning to the next level. Using heat and moisture to penetrate hard stains or hard places to reach speeds up the removal process and is safer to the material. Any time you remove friction from a cleaning process, the material condition will last longer.