The friendly clothing cleansers at Martinizing Dry Cleaning have been scrubbing the enrobements of southeastern Wisconsinians for more than 40 years. The noble employees will confront any stain with strong words and all the dirt-scattering ammo in their arsenal, ensuring your garments return to you soft, clean, and smelling like pastoral Latvian pancake houses. Sweat-soaked blouses ($8.03), mud-caked slacks ($8.04), butter-drenched bedspreads (starting at $24.31), and your beloved sea-water-doused prom jumpsuit ($21.30) will be cleaned, freshly dried, and folded into neat origami ostriches. The Department of Natural Resources–partnered environmental dry cleaner will bestow upon you the freshly cleaned garments on recycled hangers, enclosed in recycled bags.
SteamDry Complete Carpet Care's troop of clean-cut technicians expunges fibers of lingering stains with powerful, truck-mounted cleaning units. Scrubbing specialists relocate furniture obstructions in living and dining areas before cleansing carpets of dust, dirt, and food stains tracked in by gorging bands of dusty dirt-bikers. Deeply buried odors and bacteria abscond during a meticulous sanitizing-and-deodorizing step, and an all-over application of 3M Scotchgard protects absorbent strands from future oil- and water-based stains. The cleansing process takes less than an hour, and sopping shag typically dries in fewer than 24 hours, though the drying duration can change based on outside humidity and temperature, carpet density, and the presence of dining-room slip 'n' slides.
The Maids, a nationally prevalent company, sends uniformed cleaning technicians to homes in teams of four to prettify soiled surfaces with environmentally amenable cleaning supplies. Adopting a 22-step cleaning process, clutter busters attack 22 areas of the home with keen attention to detail, cleaning the kitchen sink, hand washing the floor, emptying all trash cans, and tickling furniture with feather dusters. Cleaners enlist the aid of state-of-the-art backpack vacuums with HEPA filtration systems to eradicate allergens. Paul Grant, The Maids of Milwaukee’s owner, disseminated expert strategies for cleaning on Fox 6 news and overcame the urge to wave or sign to his friends. To maintain the confidence of clients, The Maids prescreens all employees and staffs a team leader for each cleaning job to ensure efficiency.
The IICRC-certified technicians of Big Daddy's Carpet Cleaning know how to tweak their cleaning plan for each carpet and rug they treat. They're committed to reducing the company's environmental footprint and protecting the health of the families they serve. To this end, they implement eco-friendly techniques whenever possible, such as using environmentally safe solutions or reminding the vacuum that it should really recycle the dust bunnies' little beer cans.
If all the world's carpets developed the intelligence to clean themselves, Big Daddy's technicians would still have plenty to do, as they also specialize in air ducts, upholstery, tile, and grout. They handle water damage, too, and eliminate pet odors with a special formula that's toxic only to the smelly bacteria it gobbles up for lunch.
The fresh scent of environmentally friendly, nonallergenic cleaning products fills the air as the technicians from Gibraltar Industries Inc. move throughout homes and offices. The company aims to create a cleaner and healthier environment for its clients, whether powering through mold and mildew to make bathrooms sparkle or vacuuming up dust and pollen to prevent the bearskin rug from sneezing, again. In addition to cleaning interiors, the technicians pressure-wash home exteriors and shovel snow from walkways and other high-traffic areas.