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What You'll Get
Carpets must be carefully cared for or they will run away from home to embark on high-flying adventures with Arabian princes. Win the loyalty of magic throw rugs with today's Groupon: for $55, you get carpet cleaning for two rooms and one hallway (up to 600 square feet) from On the Spot Carpet Cleaning (a $110 value).
On the Spot Carpet Cleaning's soil surmounters relinquish carpets from the perils of dirt and stains with meticulous detail and a premium truck-mounted Butler vacuum. Stubborn patches of filth crumble under the pressure of a prespray application and spot cleaning before steaming water restores vibrancy and nubile softness to carpets. Each cleaning cares for floor fur with professional-grade chemicals and a truck-mounted system that doesn't need to use customers' water, electricity, or backyard gasoline reservoirs. To scrub hard-to-reach spots, cleaners will apply the extra effort, including minor furniture moving of items such as couches and frightened dogs pretending to be ottomans.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 2, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only within 30mi of Council Bluffs. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About On The Spot Carpet Cleaning
On The Spot Carpet Cleaning employs powerful Butler Systems trucks to thoroughly scrub down carpets and furniture in homes and businesses. The truck's top-of-the-line grime-fighting equipment uses bursts of 300 to 400 psi water pressure that are heated to up to 220 degrees Fahrenheit. Unlike those of other companies, their system is completely self-contained and does not use any of the customer's water, electricity, or drainage systems. When not cleaning carpets or upholstery, On The Spot's technicians stand at the ready to remove accumulated water caused by flooding, burst pipes, or rainclouds that snuck in through the back door for a quick nap.