The carpet steamers at Power-Kleen Systems provide filthy floor coverings with a formidable ally in their fight against bacterial armies, employing fast-drying methods to keep carpet fibers fresh and strong. A pretreatment and deodorizing preps carpets for a complete cleansing, massaging fibers into a state of total relaxation and eliminating mood-killing odors. During traditional hot-water extraction, a truck-mounted system deploys powerful wands that dispense revivifying steam deep into the carpet’s fibers, releasing stubborn stains and hard-to-reach buffalo nickels. Carpets can also be treated with the low-moisture encapsulation method, suited for businesses that cannot spare the drying time necessary for hot-water extraction.
Like many children, Tim McCann learned how to clean clothes from his grandmother—his education was just much more involved than most. His grandparents founded the original Best Cleaners in 1957, and it was after them that Tim and his wife Catherine named their company and modeled their business. With a lifetime of dry-cleaning education embedded in their fibers like so much starch, the McCanns boast impeccable cleaning services driven by eco-friendly technology. Each of its locations are inspected, tested, and certified by America's Best Cleaners, a third-party organization that vets the garment-care industry. Best Cleaners Dry Cleaning offers free delivery for clients in the area, as well as extra services such as bridal-gown care, tailoring, and rug cleaning. For their efforts, Best Cleaners Dry Cleaning is a perennial presence among the top 30 cleaners nationwide.
Regal Cleaners tenderly tends to sullied attire using eco-friendly methods. Soiled sweaters, blouses, skirts, and pants ($7.65 each) are buffed clean of fiber-entrenching stains and malodorous dungeon aromas. Customers can spruce up a sports jacket ($8.45), expunge a mustard blotch from a men's shirt ($2.95), or polish a shiny new two-piece suit ($16.10) in a waterless washing session, leaving garments squeaky clean and more likely to break into song-and-dance numbers. These decontamination experts will speedily have all manner of garb ready for pickup or will deliver free of charge to the Capital District.
Two Ladies and a Bucket’s experienced and insured cleaner, Diane Ferguson, uses a custom checklist to revivify homes. Depending on each home’s needs, she can wipe down bathroom and kitchen surfaces, clear out cobwebs, and vacuum dust or the remnants of Rodeo Night from carpets.
It begins as the slightest ground rumble. Then there’s a knock at your front door, where OCD's team of cleaning professionals breaks into song: "We obsess so you don't have to!" After crossing “epic musical introduction” off the list, cleaning techs set to work following a strict 40-point obsession checklist, designed to rid fixtures, floors, and finicky tiles of dust and grime. Once the house is in shipshape condition, homeowners can solicit OCD's personal-assistant services to plan a party, finish grocery shopping, or throw a grocery-themed party.
The Spotless Sisters call upon their cleaning prowess during housecleaning sessions, saving clients time by doing the cleaning for them. They make regular visits to clients' homes, returning that like-new sparkle without resorting to glitter-spiked windex. The sisters will use green cleaning products upon request.