DNR Clean

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NCCA Membership no.:3995 NCCA Membership Level:Associate Member Joining Date:11 12 2020

Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning Specialist providing a platinum level service within the cleaning industry,
We are a family run business that treats our clients like our own family.

All our staff are trained in infection control and hold I.P.C certification from W.H.O for novel coronavirus (Covid-19). We are also certified and accredited by CPD in Needle, sharps awareness removal and storage. Our staff are reliable punctual and friendly, and fully-trained to British standards institute (Pas 86), we are also fully insured and proud members of the NCCA (National Carpet Cleaners Association) who set high standards for us to adhere to. We are also members of Checkatrade where we have been fully vetted and checked, so you can be assured only a professional will arrive to carry out your clean

Here at DNR Clean we only use renewably sourced solutions to clean your Carpets & Upholstery, all the solutions we use are derived from 100% plant-based material, contain no harsh or carcinogenic toxins, and no allergens. Which is great news for your pets, your children, and the adults to. Not to mention your carpets and furnishings leaving them lasting longer and looking fresher, and safe for all that use them.

There's no clean like a DNR clean

Cleaning Services
  • Allergen Treatment
  • Carpet Cleaning
  • Carpet Protection
  • Curtain Cleaning
  • Insect Treatment
  • Offsite Cleaning
  • Rug Cleaning
  • Upholstery Cleaning
  • Upholstery Protection
Cleaning Methods
  • Dry Cleaning (Solvent)
  • Hot Water Extraction
  • Low Moisture Cleaning
  • Very Low Moisture Cleaning
Additional Services

Here at DNR Clean we also offer
End of Tenancy Cleaning
After Builders Cleaning
Commercial Cleaning

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Training

Trained to (British Standards Institutes) PAS 86 standards

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6 Bourne Park Close, Kenley, Surrey, CR8 5BS

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