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 yourself and your guests by calling Zerorez. This time of year is beautiful, but it can take a toll on your home's floors, so take the easy way out and call the professionals who can make your home clean again.
Unlike traditional carpet and floor cleaners that contain a host of toxic chemicals and detergents, Zerorez uses just water. Their "Zr Water" is essentially supercharged water that actively cleans your floors without the environmentally damaging stuff that other products contain.
Zerorez is simply the safest solution to carpet, hardwood, and furniture cleaning. Zerorez's patented "Zr Water" cleaning system provides a more efficient, more effective, and greener cleaning solution than any other carpet cleaning company on the market. The result: zero harsh chemicals, zero artificial fragrances or detergents, and zero sacrifices in cleanliness or effectiveness.
If it sounds too good to be true, it isn't. Chemical-based processes that involve toxic cleaning detergents leave at least 30% of solvents in your carpet. When those solvents dry, your carpet will feel stiff and crunchy instead of soft and comfortable. The residue attracts new dirt and debris like a magnet, and your newly cleaned carpet and furniture are soiled again in no time.
Carpets act like a large home air filter that collect allergens, pollen, dust, bacteria, and even leftover smoke and smoke particles. When left untreated, these uninvited guests can build up and jeopardize your home's overall air quality, not to mention how your carpets look and feel.
As you clean your home this fall, think about one simple call to the professionals at Zerorez, who will come into your home to lift stains, spots, and debris out of your carpet so it looks cleaner for longer.
Mention Seattle Refined, and Zerorez will clean three rooms of carpet for only $169, plus a hallway for free with a food donation to NW Harvest Food Bank, which is a $30 value.