Too many thoughts clutters the mind, just as too many ghosts clutters a minimalist attic. Keep your abode clean and chaos-free with today's Groupon: for $49, you get a three-hour house-cleaning session from Desperate Housemaids (a $105 value).
The fastidious staff at Desperate Housemaids enlist environmentally friendly equipment and products to purge residential nooks of stubborn dirt and grime. Clients can summon cleaning genies to sanitize their living quarters at an average of up to 500 square feet per hour, including the kitchen, where housemaids utilize microfibre cloths and mops to scour countertops and backsplashes and evict fingerprints from appliances and stained-glass baby bottles. To expunge grout grime and disinfect bathing basins, dexterous fingers team up with Method natural surface cleaners and nonabrasive fabrics to achieve an ambrosial glow and maintain the integrity of the surface. Desperate Housemaids also indulges cushions and pillows with fluffing techniques and needlework acupuncture and cleans upholstered furniture and floor coverings with a HEPA filter vacuum, a neatening tool that improves interior air quality.
Official cleaners of the television show Kim's Rude Awakenings, Desperate Housemaids' crew of bonded, insured, and background-checked dirt destroyers neatens domiciles during eco-friendly house calls. In addition to the environmentally responsible vapour cleaning system, the crew wields HEPA filter vacuums and Nanotech microfibre cloth to whisk away grime while allowing time to choreograph mop-human slow-dance routines. With an aim at altruism, the company participates in Cleaning for a Reason, which grants home cleanings to cancer patients free of charge.