The Rug Doctor Deep Carpet Cleaner really shined when we tasked it with sucking up all of the water it deposited. As with the top-rated cleaner, the Rug Doctor extracted the majority of the liquid in the carpet fibers. Regardless of which machine you use to scrub your floors, it's going to remain wet for at least a few hours. We found that the carpet the Rug Doctor cleaned was drying faster than the other strips we tested.
At Rug Doctor, we love carpet - it's our business. We are focused on Deep Carpet Cleaning and take pride in being the best. Rug Doctor Carpet Cleaners offer premium performance and are built to last. Now there's a better deep carpet cleaner from a name you trust. Introducing the Rug Doctor Deep Carpet Cleaner. Strong Suction quickly removes dirt and water for enhanced carpet drying time and best in class deep down cleaning. We focused on making the Deep Cleaning experience easier on you. We set our sights on improving the parts with the biggest hassle: Filling and Emptying the water tanks. We made our tanks clear so it's easy to see when you need emptying and refilling. You won't believe how great it feels to see all that dirt be removed from the carpet. We added larger opening lids for easy filling and rinsing and a convenient built-in soap measure cap so there are less pieces to keep track of. The handle folds down for compact storage so it's out of the way when you're not using it. Your Rug Doctor Deep Carpet Cleaner is ready to start cleaning right out of the box. No assembly required.
“The Rug Doctor Carpet Cleaning Conundrum data reveals 84 percent of Americans know that having clean carpet is a necessity to having a clean home,” said Lauren McCann, rental brand manager and spokesperson for Rug Doctor. “But the data also shows only 55 percent of U.S. consumers clean carpet as frequently as the EPA suggests – every six months – which is where we have our conundrum. Consumers know clean carpet is important, but they aren’t necessarily doing anything about it.”