Mommy Blog Expert: Zerorez Wins So Cal Dirty Rug Challenge + Spring Cleaning Deal for Southern California Residents

Friday, March 7, 2014

Zerorez Wins So Cal Dirty Rug Challenge + Spring Cleaning Deal for Southern California Residents


Homekeeping



This is a sponsored post

Post #1 in a series

Just a few weeks ago I finished a busy day of Live Tweeting while the Zerorez So Cal technician cleaned our carpets known -- at least at our house -- as the Dirtiest Rugs in Southern California. What a transformational experience this was. Take a look at a few unretouched before and after images I took of our carpets for a peek at the results.


Before...
Our carpet before cleaning, MommyBlogExpert.com

After...
After Zerorez cleaned our home, MommyBlogExpert.com
Over the coming weeks I'll be spilling the full story of how Zerorez was able to win this filthy carpet challenge. I'll also be sharing information about things like how quickly unhealthful bacteria can multiply on just about every surface in your home and what you can do about it to create a healthier environment for your family and kids.

Read on for all the details about the special Spring Cleaning offer Zerorez is providing for MommyBlogExpert readers. When requesting your appointment, just mention Code Bloge10 and you will be able to get two areas -- up to 200 square feet each -- in your home cleaned for just $99. Floor, wall and counter surfaces in this promotion include carpet, hardwood, tile and grout, and natural stone. Zerorez also provides deep cleaning of your upholstery, but since this material is variable, it is not part of the deal. 

Special Deal for MBE Readers

Get 2 Areas Cleaned for $99

Visit Zerorez.com or Call 866-937-6739

Use Code Bloge10




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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