Cleaning a dirty kitchen without touching it necessitates stealing a magician’s toothbrush or teaching a swarm of fruit flies to hold a soapy sponge. Borrow someone else's arms instead with today’s Groupon: for $49, you get a package of green house-cleaning services from EcoMaids of Raleigh (a $110 value). This Groupon covers the core section of the home, including a cleaning of the kitchen, living room, dining room, and a hallway or entry; you may add additional rooms, such as bedrooms or bathrooms, for $15 per room. The skilled EcoMaids will go gunning for grime anywhere in Raleigh, Cary, Morrisville, and Durham. You can see their complete service area list online.
EcoMaids uses only all-natural, modern, bio-based green cleaning products that won't harm your family, your pets, your family's family of pets, your pet family, or the environment. These gentle yet effective products get your surfaces sparkly clean without damaging furniture finishes or utility surfaces. EcoMaids will dust, spray, scrub, wipe, mop, and sweep floors, surfaces, baseboards, and more. They'll empty the garbage, clean the encrusted tomato sauce from the microwave, and fold toilet paper into a welcoming triangle. To keep you from having to go on an expedition to find dishes lurking under your housemate's bed, EcoMaids will gather and load your dishes into your dishwasher for you. Click on EcoMaids' checklist to get a full run-down of services they provide.
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EcoMaids of Raleigh
Home and office surfaces sport blinding gleams after EcoMaids of Raleigh's cleaning pros transform them into spotless showcases with eco-friendly and nontoxic cleaning products. Green Seal–certified products are used to polish floors and disinfect surfaces without harming children, pets, or pet rocks, and all supplies—from cleaning caddies to garbage bags—are reusable, recyclable, or made with post-consumer recycled materials.
Each housekeeper undergoes extensive education in safety and in handling chemicals, putting in hours of training to sniff out dirt's most clever hiding places. When performing a full cleaning, maids adhere to a specific checklist that includes dusting baseboards and knickknacks, polishing the front of the refrigerator, fluffing pillows, and clipping the toenails on neglected chair legs.