Harsh soaps. Reappearing stains. Strange residue. These are just a few of the things inexperienced carpet-cleaning companies leave behind after they've packed their gear and left. Zerorez Carpet Care's staffers take great pride in their ability to get rid of carpet stains and dirt without leaving remnants of soaps and detergents that can be harmful to kids, pets, and ghosts who prefer to walk instead of float. They fight grime with their patented Empowered Water system––a truck-mounted apparatus that spruces up floors with a nontoxic formula. Although carpet cleaning is their forte, Zerorez also visits homes and businesses to perform air duct cleaning, water damage restoration, and other industrial cleaning services.
Allergan-X is the Twin Cities leading Green Carpet and Upholstery cleaning service for residential and commercial carpet and upholstery cleaning. Allergan-X takes pride in being carpet cleaning specialists serving St. Paul, Minneapolis and the surrounding Twin Cities suburbs.
For more than three decades, Gregory’s Carpet Cleaning's technicians have traveled to homes and businesses to gussy up rugs and upholstery using as few chemicals as possible. They kick off the fiber-cleansing procedure by spraying spots with an activated conditioner to loosen soil and stubborn residue spawned from foot traffic and greased-pig contests. They then scour surfaces with a mixture of Fabronite and ProLiminator to brighten fibers and keep odors away.
Gregory’s Carpet Cleaning For more than three decades, Gregory’s Carpet Cleaning's technicians have traveled to homes and businesses to gussy up rugs and upholstery using as few chemicals as possible. They kick off the fiber-cleansing procedure by spraying spots with an activated conditioner to loosen soil and stubborn residue spawned from foot traffic and greased-pig contests. They then scour surfaces with a mixture of Fabronite and ProLiminator to brighten fibers and keep odors away.
It’s troubling that the materials that break down stains, dirt, and odors are often toxic to humans and pets. That’s why the technicians at Go Clean are committed to doing something different. They work to keep homes toxin-free by using only all-natural products and maintaining a zero-residue policy, which ensures no contaminants remain in the fibers of carpets, rugs, and upholstery. To zap away stains and odors, they tackle fibers with truck-mounted steam cleaners and a pretreatment that works to annihilate tough stains from wine spills or dinner accidents. Technicians move most furniture to get at corners, all while making sure they don’t disturb the house poltergeist’s idea of feng shui. Beyond sprucing up carpets, the staffers also clean out air ducts and wash windows to leave houses free of allergens and spots.
It may seem like a bold claim, but the skilled staffers of Storchak Cleaners are fairly confident they can clean any item of clothing. Armed with quality cleaning solutions, the expert dry-cleaners gussy up thick wool sweaters, fuzzy fur coats, and glamorous silk kimonos, taking extra care to spot-clean stubborn stains. They also clean and restore elegant wedding dresses before placing them in special acid-free boxes for safekeeping. The versatile cleaners even take on stuffed animals, carefully deep-cleaning the fluffy toys.
In addition to dry-cleaning, the professionals extend their expertise towards laundry, alterations, and shoe-repair services. They offer pickup and delivery, happily trucking loads of clothes to and from homes, offices, or underground cave fortresses of crime-fighting.
No matter where the A+Plus Cleaners service truck roams, you can expect to find a trail of squeaky-clean residences in its wake. This truck, which hosts powerful truck-mounted cleaning equipment, is manned by professional technicians who have made it their mission to restore cleanliness and order to every home they visit. They do this by scrubbing streaks off windows, scouring carpets for stains and crumbs, and sending rotary brushes deep into ducts to remove contaminants and dislodge any Santas that got stuck there by mistake.