Good dancers really know how to cut a rug, which is why Fred Astaire's carpet lived in fear most of its life. Facilitate friendly human-rug relations with today's Groupon: for $59, you get a full-house carpet cleaning from ProSteamers (a $249 value). ProSteamers services any size home within a 40-mile radius of Tulsa. Today's deal is good for 7–10 areas, up to 3,200 sq. ft.
By harnessing the purifying power of steam, ProSteamers' technicians exorcize debris and dust from carpets, restoring them to a state of spotless luster. The steam-team trains all service personnel to eliminate scrub-resistant stains, including red wine, nail polish, and the tears of the Kool-Aid Man, using nontoxic cleaning agents while treating delicate fabrics and surfaces with respect. The full-house carpet steaming begins with a round of industrial-strength vacuuming to suck-up foreign objects such as dry soil and detritus from diminutive United Nations meetings, and continues with a stain pretreatment and a pre-spray of lavender-based dry-cleaning solution. When the odor-fighting spray has set in, technicians give the carpet a steam bath to remove oily soils. Gentle, environmentally friendly products ensure the carpet's appearance and magical flying ability won't be damaged. As a final touch, the cleaners rake over the surface to facilitate drying and to restore the carpet's natural look.
Nail polish. Red wine. Paint. Coffee. Ink. Even the most stubborn stains are no match for the technicians at Pro Steamers, who use hot wisps of steam to clean carpets in a way that's as gentle as it is environmentally friendly. They clean carpets and upholstery for both residential and commercial clients, locking in newfound freshness with a layer of Scotchgard, which repels and blocks future stains without embarrassing carpets by making them wear bibs. To further spruce up spaces, they also clean air ducts, scour grout and tiles, and restore areas that have water or fire damage.