Dry carpet care means little to no water. It saves time, doesn’t leave residue, and is gentler on your carpet. But make no mistake, not all dry systems are created equal. MilliCare’s Dry Care polymer system leaves your fibers smooth and clean. Other systems leave water and soap residue behind that can cover up the fibers, cause rapid re-soiling, and leave your carpet susceptible to mold and bacteria growth.

The best time to begin a maintenance regimen is when the carpet is new. Over time, dirt and soil will break down carpet fiber and cause long term damage. By the time you can see the carpet is dirty, the damage to your investment has already begun. Once per year, a restorative cleaning may bring the appearance back to your carpet, but a consistent, proactive maintenance plan with a safe and proven product will keep your investment in good condition for a longer life.

MilliCare works with you to develop a complete carpet and textile care plan that gives you the best results available for your budget, while keeping your workplace truly clean. Our Dry Care cleaning process is also gentler on your carpet and will extend its overall life on your floor.

MilliCare is a system, not a product. To effectively maintain carpet over its lifetime, training is required to understand the type of carpet you have, the condition of your work space, and the type of soiling in your situation. MilliCare’s certified and trained technicians are uniquely qualified to assess your space, suggest a program to fit your needs and your budget, and to take that worry out of your work day. If your location happens to be in an area that does not have an immediately accessible franchise partner, just contact Corporate and we can help you work out an answer to best serve your location.

Many organizations talk about “Green”, but MilliCare lives it. MilliCare’s core products are Green Seal Certified, and our Dry Care system uses 99.5% less water and reduces your energy consumption by 85% versus hot water extraction. And it is not only safe for the environment; it is safe for your people. When used in conjunction with an effective HVAC system, MilliCare removes up to 99% of pollutants and harmful VOCs.

LEED for Existing Buildings Operations and Maintenance (LEED-EBOM) is the only certification program with a focus on continuing building operations. The program awards points to structures retrofitted green, with sustainable procedures and maintenance plans in place. MilliCare can help contribute on a number of categories: Water Efficiency, Energy and Atmosphere, Materials and Resources, and Indoor Environmental Quality. See MilliCare’s “Green Paper” for more details–You must have Adobe Acrobat installed to read this.

With more than 70 locations in North America, and additional locations globally, MilliCare can service your account in most any location. And by choosing certified MilliCare providers, you are assured the same consistent, environmentally friendly service across your organization.

To really figure out the best way to keep your space clean, we’ll need to take the time to get to know it. A MilliCare representative will visit your location to determine the square footage, examine the layout and traffic flow, consider environmental surroundings, examine your carpet type and analyze your overall needs. After meeting with you to discuss your business and its operations, your consultant will suggest the best combination of services for keeping your space clean, both now and for the long haul.

Traditional hot water extraction systems have to be done at night or on weekends, whenever your facility is not being used. And then you have to wait for the carpet to dry before it’s ready to walk on. MilliCare’s dry polymer system means no down time for your facility because your carpet is ready for use as soon as we’re done. With Dry Care, our partners work around your schedule. Any schedule. Everything centers around our revolutionary dry polymer. Its unique dry properties allow it to be easily adsorbed to remove dirt from deep inside your carpet as it’s vacuumed away.

Proper vacuuming is one of the most important parts of a total preventive maintenance program. Ineffective equipment or procedures will accelerate the appearance loss of the carpet by allowing dirt and grit to penetrate the pile surface. Keeping the dirt out of your carpet makes long-term maintenance more effective. Normally, the janitorial/housekeeping staff is assigned the task of scheduled vacuuming. For maximum soil removal you should use vacuum equipment that has a beater brush. How often you vacuum depends on the traffic in your space. A good rule for how often to vacuum your carpet is:

High traffic: Every full work day.
Medium traffic: Every other work day.
Low traffic: Once per week.
Ask your MilliCare provider for additional advice or assistance in this process.