MJ Home Services’ techs cleanse carpets with non-toxic, biodegradable solutions that leave behind no residue and are safe for kids and pets. Wielding high-power steam-cleaning equipment, they tackle carpets bedraggled by stains, soil, and entwined gunk such as gum or wax. They also install new flooring to replace those trampled by kids, pets, and stilts, or show floors love by adding multi-coat finishes. Trained in the latest mold standards and armed with gear such as HEPA air-filtration systems, air-scrubbers, and abrasive media blasters, they also restore homes damaged by flood and mold.
Superior Steam Cleaners sanitizes floors in an environmentally and customer-friendly manner. Seasoned stain-slayers begin by using a prevacuum-and-conditioner spray to remove the worst blemishes. The application of a stain protector increases the carpet's ability to resist stains and abrasion, leaving indoor lawns soft, fibrous, and ready for the next indoor barbecue or indoor lawn-darts tournament. They'll also clean edges and apply an ultrahot clear-water rinse to remove stubborn dirt and spots from their hideouts deep within the carpet's bedrock, finishing with a final grooming and speed drying.
At Main Street Oriental Rugs, owner Mojan Bagha imports his inventory of plush, handmade floor fur from locales such as Turkey, Pakistan, India, and China. He hand selects his 1800s-era antique rugs, many of which are Persian, in order to verify their quality, ascertain their age, and ensure they fly. Bagha's knowledgeable staff offers in-store and in-home consultations to guide patrons through the process of selecting the perfect rugs. The variety of colors and sizes, including round rugs, stair runners, and mats shaped like King Tut, can fit a range of spaces, and the shop's cleaning and repair services keep fibers in tip-top shape after purchases.
Maid to Please’s staff of experienced cleaners undergo extensive training before tackling domestic grime, working from cleaning checklists informed by patron preferences outlined via an online appointment scheduler. Wielding eco-friendly supplies upon request, cleaners infiltrate abodes to de-filth furniture and decorative trinkets, vacuum and mop grunge clinging to carpets and floors, and snag cobwebs from corners. Staffers lavish extra attention on bathrooms, bombarding tubs and toilets with purifying products before buffing sinks and mirrors so they gleam brighter than a freshly waxed diamond ring. Dust scuttles from kitchen counters while dirt destroyers haul cloths across stoves, sinks, appliance exteriors, and microwave interiors.
Bellabeads 925 proffers stringable beauties ready for adorning appendages. Opt for one of the multi-chromatic Murano glass beads ($15 each), such as the pink- and white-swirled cherry lollipop or the deep purple Martha's Vineyard, or select a sterling-silver charm ($22 each) so shiny that it could double as the Silver Surfer's currency. DIY jewelers can decorate leather cords ($15 each) with a Venetian dazzle charm embedded with sparkling crystals ($30) to produce a sense of satisfaction that’s unmatched even by drafting an impressive fantasy curling team or finally realizing that you’re (spoiler alert) a ghost.
Non-toxic, plant derived, and not tested on animals. The Neat Nest makes sure that each product meets these requirements before they add it to their arsenal of eco-friendly cleaning supplies. This attention to detail also extends to The Neat Nest's signature Comprehensive Cleaning System, which dispatches teams of two or three cleaners to scrub down homes top to bottom. The teams will work through a list of 14 cleaning steps, including vacuuming floors, hand wiping baseboards, cleaning all flat surfaces, and sanitizing any candlesticks that open secret passageways. Other areas require additional, room-specific details. For instance, teams add scrubbing tile and grout to the list for bathrooms, and clean the stoves and appliances in the kitchen.
This refined cleaning process means clients know exactly what to expect with each visit. Of course, it also helps that The Neat Nest always sends out the same crew. That way, cleaners get to know the homes and the homeowners.