Dry Fusion has been developed for today's carpets. There have been big changes in the construction of carpet and carpet fabrics over the last few years, most notably commercial and domestic carpet has become shorter. Because of the denser packed pile, airflow is reduced and the carpet is left wetter. Add to this increased soilage and detergent is left behind.
These changes have contributed to extraction cleaning methods leaving the carpet wetter for longer, with more residual dirt left behind due to poor airflow. Dry Fusion has been designed to maximise cleaning performance on these new carpets. It works because it doesn't rely on airflow to clean or to dry.
Dry Fusion is the only carpet cleaning system that hot cleans, deodorises, stain protects then heat dries every type of carpet. It's all in the same process, and because it is patented, nobody else can use this amazing system of cleaning. By taking all the best features of hot water extraction (hot solution, "Shot of Steam"), the best features of dry cleaning (low moisture, mechanical agitation) and Dry Fusion Machine combining them together with the patented hot cleaning pad system that constantly heats the fibres as they are being cleaned - you have some of the most outstanding results ever seen.
Two unique mechanisms work to keep Dry Fusion cleaned carpet virtually stain free to maintain that just cleaned look longer. A Fluorocarbon Resin (a Dupont Speciality) places an invisible protective shield over every fibre during the cleaning process. It helps prevent dry grit, dust as well as spills lodging within the carpet. Even walked in mud and oily spills have difficulty seeping in. Because the fibre is effectively "non stick" when you DRY FUSION clean, vacuuming removes more soil, plus the vacuum cleaner is easier to push.
This unique additive helps block dye sites in the fibre that normally allow food spills and beverages becoming ugly stains. When re-cleaned with Dry Fusion - using the "shot of steam" most stains are removed without spotting or special effort.