Fall is in full swing, and the holidays will be here before you know it. So what’s the plan for this year? Make your home look and smell as fresh as possible for you and your guests by calling Zerorez. This time of year is beautiful, but it can take a toll on the floors in your home, so go the easy way and call the professionals who can make your home clean again.
Unlike traditional carpet and floor cleaners which contain a multitude of toxic chemicals and detergents, Zerorez uses only water. Their “Zr Water” is essentially supercharged water that actively cleans your floors without the environmentally harmful substances contained in other products.
Zerorez is simply the safest solution for cleaning carpets, hardwoods and furniture. Zerorez’s patented “Zr Water” cleaning system offers a cleaning solution that is more efficient, more efficient and more environmentally friendly than any other carpet cleaning company on the market. The result: no harsh chemicals, no artificial perfumes or detergents, and no sacrifice in terms of cleanliness or efficiency.
If it sounds too good to be true, it isn’t. Chemical processes that involve toxic cleaning detergents leave at least 30% of solvents in your carpet. When these solvents dry, your carpet will be stiff and crisp instead of soft and comfortable. The residue attracts new dirt and debris like a magnet, and your newly cleaned rugs and furniture are soiled again in no time.
Carpets act as a large household air filter that collects allergens, pollen, dust, bacteria, and even leftover smoke and smoke particles. When left untreated, these unwanted guests can build up and compromise the overall air quality in your home, not to mention the look and feel of your rugs.
As you clean your home this fall, think about a simple call for Zerorez professionals, which will come into your home to remove stains, stains and debris from your carpet so that it looks cleaner for longer.
Mention Seattle Refined and Zerorez will clean three pieces of carpet for just $ 169, plus a free hallway with a food donation to the NW Harvest Food Bank, valued at $ 30.