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What is Low Moisture?

LOW MOISTURE is method/methods or systems that allow the following as defined by the LMCCA Technical White Paper Defining Low Moisture:

What is Low Moisture Cleaning(LMC)? LMC is methods and or procedures that allow any fibers to dry to its natural state in two hours or less. For the purposes of standardizing criteria variables we used (65% Rh and 70 degrees F). This can be accomplished by using less moisture to clean, using absorbent mediums, higher efficiency vacuums that efficiently extract water from the carpet and by increasing the evaporation rate of the carpet by lowering the relative humidity of the environment you are cleaning and by the use of air movers.


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