Mommy Blog Expert: Minor Miracles Free Cleaning Services for Worthy Organizations & Individuals Provided by Zerorez

Friday, March 21, 2014

Minor Miracles Free Cleaning Services for Worthy Organizations & Individuals Provided by Zerorez


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This is a sponsored post

Post #4 in a Series

Nominations Open for Non-Profits, Individuals to Receive Free Cleaning


Recently, for the purposes of a review on this blog, Zerorez came out to our family's house to clean some very challenging carpet AKA the dirtiest rugs in Southern California without using a single chemical. The results exceeded my expectations by a mile, considering all the service tech used was water and salt to deep clean the carpet throughout our home. This is a service that is accessible to many family budgets.


My 4 kids volunteer for Friendship Club LA, Image by FCLA 
However, what about deserving organizations and individuals that desperately need cleaning services but can't afford them? That's where the charitable #MinorMiracles program developed by Zerorez So Cal comes in, responding to the needs of the community.

Through Minor Miracles, Zerorez selects individuals and organizations and provides them with free home and office cleaning. The recipients are so grateful, reports Zerorez who couldn't be happier to have a hand in improving the quality of many lives. This has truly made a huge difference for those who benefit because the freshly spruced up living and work areas that result have created energizing, positive and healthful environments. 

From depressing unhealthy grungy dirt, dust, grime... 

Actual dirt and grime extracted from our carpet, MommyBlogExpert.com

To cheery daisy fresh & sparkling clean for Spring...


Daisy blooming in my garden, MommyBlogExpert.com
From the perspective of those at the receiving end of Zerorez's transformational Minor Miracles generosity program, I'd say it's more like a beautiful Major Miracle.

How Zerorez Minor Miracles Recipients Are Selected

Past recipients of the company's effort include Working Wardrobes, a charitible organization that trains homeless to dress and apply for jobs; U.S. Veteran's Office apartments for homeless vets seeking a new start; and Women's Shelter of Huntington Beach. Zerorez considers recommendations for their Minor Miracles free cleaning program on an informal basis. Generally non-profits, individuals or families challenged with specific needs are chosen to participate. New nominations for Minor Miracles are currently being accepted.

Nominate Someone Worthy

For Minor Miracles


About Zerorez
Zerorez, the service that revived our filthy carpets, is a full-service green cleaning company serving Southern California. In addition to carpet, they do area rugs, upholstery, leather furniture, bathrooms and showers, kitchen surfaces, tile grout and sealing, hardwood and stone floors, mattress, air duct and furnace cleaning  and much more -- everything from floor to furniture except for the walls and ceiling. It doesn't end in the house either. Zerorez cleans cars, autos and motor homes as well as garages and outside patio decks. They also offer free cleaning services to those in need through their philanthropy Minor Miracles.

Visit Zerorez.com to learn more. You can also keep up to date on everything that Zerorez is doing by following them on TwitterFacebook and Pinterest.

Service tech Eduardo points division between clean & dirty, MommyBlogExpert.com

Meanwhile take advantage of this great Zerorez Special for MBE readers...


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Image from Zerorez.com
Zerorez even provides cute, blue booties while carpet dries, MommyBlogExpert.com


Don't miss the other posts in this Green Spring Cleaning series
FTC Disclosure: I received thorough carpet cleaning service of our entire house from Zerorez which was partially paid for by the brand. In addition, I am being compensated for this #Zerorezsocal blog post series and opinions are mine. See complete FTC Disclosure information that appears at the bottom of MommyBlogExpert's main page and at the bottom of every individual post on this blog, including this one.

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