What You'll Get
A clean rug allows bare feet to stroll around without fear of getting pricked by sharp debris or mooed at by rude animal crackers. Protect your paws with today's Groupon: for $20, you get $40 worth of area-rug cleaning and dry-cleaning services from Glyndon Lord Baltimore Cleaners. Customers can drop soiled rugs and duds at either the Jacksonville or Glyndon locations, or take advantage of the free pickup and delivery services offered in more than 30 communities.
With a bevy of awards under its dirt-vanquishing belt, Glyndon Lord Baltimore Cleaners transforms world-weary area rugs and dingy clothes into shining beacons of fiber and fabric. To kick off the degriming process, cleaners shake floor toupees loose of all dry dirt with a special RugBadger machine. After a pretest to ensure sturdiness and color stability, rugs are thoroughly cleansed of stains and odors from mildew, territorial pets, and random skunkings. A nontoxic antimicrobial disinfectant ensures that rugs remain as fresh as a bouquet of satin gardenias. There is no limit on rug size ($2.50/sq. ft. regular; oriental & silk $3.50/sq. ft.), and for a $50 fee, the specialists will also carefully move furniture, sweep, and replace furniture with polaroids of furniture upon delivery.
Clean-clothes seekers can turn over their parachute pants ($7.99), pinstriped suits ($16.72), miniskirts ($8.28), dresses ($13.85), and snow-stained sweaters ($8.55) to Glyndon’s expert grime fighters. A 100% satisfaction guarantee ensures each item returns as looking as pristine as it did in its high-school yearbook photo, and the company's free pickup and delivery service saves customers from wasting fuel on their oat-guzzling horse and buggy.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Apr 17, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 3 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Pickup and delivery valid only within service area. Credit card required for pickup and delivery. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.