Common cleaning myth.
“Applying a protective coating (commonly known as ‘scotchgarding’) will replace cleaning”. This is not true! As with all non stick coatings it simply allows you to CLEAN the carpet, leather or fabric more easily. Our own “SuperShield” protective process is a must for all furniture and ensures you give yourself the best possible advantage to have stains removed successfully. “Drygard” is our famous carpet protector that ensures potential damage to your carpet is rectified more easily. It goes onto the carpet during our normal cleaning process and will assist you when removing “life’s” little accidents. Think of it as insurance. You only wish you had it when it’s too late.
Safe for kids and pets.
It’s not just suds and water.
When you have your carpets cleaned by Drytron we mean that quite literally. You see it’s not just about using any old cleaning powders or liquids. That’s why for 25 years we have manufactured our cleaning products in our own Fibrecare Manufacturing plant. What this means to you is that our products are tested and used exclusively by our trained professionals who understand the process. Quality batch testing ensures all franchisees have safe, tested and proven products, each and every time, that are not sold anywhere else. We have seen and tested many copycat alternatives out in the market place that are just not upto our standards.
Have your drapes cleaned
on site by us today.
Pollen, dust, dirt, cob webs, cooking fumes, the BBQ, someone burning off down the street, next doors curry, you name it it’s in there. The truth is they may be the cause of serious problems. If you have an asthma sufferer in the family I believe it might help. We do not need to take them down in most cases, which will save you the enormous hassle of putting them back up. Here’s the other great thing, we won’t shrink 3 inches off the bottom either. In all, cleaning drapes is a benefit to your home that you were probably unaware we did. We have been cleaning drapes for over 20 years and have mastered the correct technique for the many different types and styles of drapes.