New Chemical Free Carpet Cleaning System. Zerorez Uses Empowered Water!

Real Estate Agent with Atlanta Communities Real Estate Brokerage GREC #208281

 I used to be in the office cleaning business so I've seen how carpets are cleaned.  Usually detergents and chemicals are used.  The small little machines that you can rent at the hardware store are nothing more than toys.  The carpet takes a long time to dry and then much of the detergent remains on the fibers and actually acts like a dirt magnet.  Your carpets end up needing to be cleaned more often because of the sticky residue that is left.

Zerorez is different.  As the name implies, there is no residue left behind to attract dirt.  They use some kind of new technology that activates water in some way that makes it a very effective cleaner.  Their vacuum system is really awesome too.  A huge, super suction vacuum is mounted on their 20 ft. truck.  I don't know the exact specs but it sucks the carpet almost completely dry.  It takes only about 30 minutes before you can walk on the carpet.

Before deciding to replace carpet before listing a home, you might want to give Zerorez a try.  I had some really nasty carpet in my bedroom.  The kids had spilled all sorts of things on it.  I was certain I was going to have to rip it out and replace it.  Zerorez came out and made it look like brand new.

The prices seemed very reasonable and the service was outstanding.  I would consider them if you are looking for a good carpet cleaner.  They have franchises all across the country. 

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Rey Gallegos
Supreme Lending (NMLS ID #2129) - Las Vegas, NV
FHA, VA, Home Loans Las Vegas, NV
Good post!  I have been hearing about this n the radio and you never know with commecials.  Its good to hear from someone who has used it.
Jun 26, 2007 09:08 AM #1
Jay McGillicuddy
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Verani Realty - Exeter, NH
Real Estate Broker
I wish you had posted this last week as I just finished cleanig the carpets in our office condo. I'll check it out for the next time.
Jun 26, 2007 09:42 AM #2
Ginger Sala
Wilkinson & Associates, Wilmington NC - Wilmington, NC
Wilmington NC Real Estate & Relocation~

Thanks Tim,

I will look into this. Bella wrecks havoc with our carpet. We had it cleaned and 2 weeks later it looks dirtier.


Jun 28, 2007 09:57 AM #3

Some new technology?? Give me a break, it is deionized water.  This raises the pH of the water to help it clean better.  I will assure you that they do use cleaning solutions.  Most IICRC companies have not used "soap" in many years.  There are a bunch of knuckleheads in this field, but the certified companies know what they are doing.   Zerorez does a great job marketing which seems to be more important than the actual work itself.  I am not discrediting them at all, but they are using a simple process - not making empowered water.  To each his own.

Sep 27, 2008 06:15 AM #4

Zerorez is completely different technology and it is not just deionized water.  Look up EO water technology to understand what the water technology really is. It goes well beyond what deionized water can do.  If you really want to get technical, Zerorez doesn't use soaps or detergents or even surfactants in the cleaning process.  Good luck finding a cleaner that can claim that.  All of those chemicals leave a residue and will cause the carpet to re-soil quickly besides providing a great food source for bacteria.  You can call that marketing hype if you would like, but it is the only right way to clean carpet.

Nov 23, 2009 01:12 PM #6

First of all, the first post seems to be from an owner or someone with a vested interest in zerorez. Second, if you are using water, and it dries there will be a residue. Maybe not a soapy or sticky one, but water has solids in it that will not evaporate like magnesium ect.


May 18, 2010 05:27 AM #7
Tim Maitski
Atlanta Communities Real Estate Brokerage - Atlanta, GA
Truth, Excellence and a Good Deal

I'm not an owner.  I'm just a satisfied customer.

I guess technically you might be correct about having some kind of residue unless they use distilled water.  But I guess it there is something left, it's not something like detergent which will attract more dirt.

May 18, 2010 08:04 AM #8

Happy to heard from someone who has used this product. I will definitely use this from cleaning my carpets.

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