Now Serving: Cottage Grove, Inver Grove Heights, Woodbury, Oakdale, and West St Paul 

Carpet Cleaning in Minneapolis and St. Paul for 14+ YEARS


Hi, my name is Miles Scott.  I'm the owner of Botanical Carpet Cleaning in Minnesota. We're a professional carpet cleaning and restoration company located in the St. Paul, Minneapolis area with over 14 years experience. We are very serious about providing our clients with the very best in non-toxic, earth friendly, green, carpet cleaning service.

 Our mission is to provide the best professional, carpet cleaning possible while using the least toxic and most environmentally friendly, plant based and organic cleaning choices.  We use products that are biodegradable and free of hazardous ingredients, safe for both animals and children.  This method leaves no toxic chemical residue behind.

 This website should educate you on how to make the best choice when it comes to cleaning your carpets. Whether you use us or not, we hope that you have learned enough to make an informed choice on green carpet cleaning.



Miles Scott
Botanical Carpet Cleaning

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  • Chemicals in household cleaners break down slowly in the ecosystem and can lead to harmful algae blooms and accumulation of toxins in the fatty tissues of fish and wildlife.   (Clean  and Green, Bond and Dadd)
    A study by the New York Poison Control Center found that 85 percent of product warning labels they studied were inadequate.
  • In 1999, 2.1 million human poisonings were reported to the poison control centers in the United States. More than 50 percent of the cases involved children under the age of five. (American Association of Poison Control Centers)
  •  50% of all illnesses are caused by or aggravated by polluted indoor air. (American College of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology)
  •  Over 150 chemicals found in the average home have been linked to allergies, birth defects, cancer and psychological abnormalities. (Consumer Product Safety Commission)
  • The average American home has 3-10 gallons of hazardous materials. (Children's Health Environmental Coalition)