From Our Editors
Though Dirt Done Cheap’s team spend most of their time removing stains and dirt, they also work to give something back. The company gives 10 percent of their monthly profits to local charities including the Boys and Girls Club, breast-cancer-awareness funds, the American Legion, and the Children’s Leukemia Foundation. To fund these philanthropic efforts, they have mastered the art of carpet and upholstery cleaning and stain treatment, as well as tile and grout cleaning. For carpets, they complete a process with up to nine steps, including pretreatment, steam cleaning, and a deodorizer. When dealing with tile, their truck-mounted system shoots steam heated to 230 degrees deep into floors, an effective way to loosen dirt or cook the dry pasta that is everywhere after most parties.