ZEROREZ® Cleans Triangle Area Homes Using Innovative Technology That Is Safe For Children and Household Pets

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Having a clean home no longer requires harsh chemicals. ZEROREZ® offers carpet treatments that avoid toxic cleaning solutions that can have a negative impact on the welfare of indoor pets and young children.

Home cleaning no longer requires toxic solutions. For so long, cleaning has revolved around noxious cleaning solutions with harsh chemicals. Traditional carpet cleaning methods infuse carpets with chemicals, soaps, and detergents. Even after the cleaning process is over, the residue from these chemicals lingers in carpets and can impact the health of those who come into contact with them. This continual contact can be especially dangerous for young children who can unknowingly transfer residue from their hands to their mouths and eyes, and pets who may consume residue that has transferred to their favorite toys.

ZEROREZ® uses a revolutionary, non-toxic cleaning agent that delivers top quality results without the aid of traditional chemicals and soaps. This innovative technology, “Empowered Water,” is applied to carpets using a patented high-pressure, controlled spray system. This system loosens the embedded dirt and irritants from carpet fibers for easy removal by the patented ZEROREZ® extraction wand. Because this method does not rely on harmful, toxic chemical cleaners, there are zero residues left behind after the cleaning is completed. These residue-free results produce a longer lasting clean, do not affect the structure of the carpet fibers, and have no impact on the health of young children and pets.

Do not subject your home to more harsh chemicals. Call ZEROREZ® today to schedule an appointment. During an appointment, ZEROREZ® can also use an innovative system to clean air ducts, furniture and area rugs. Call today and experience the ZEROREZ® difference. There is only one ZEROREZ® cleaner in Raleigh!

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