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Santa Monica, CA (PRWEB) April 09, 2013

The first part of every year seems to be a rolling sequence of holidays or celebrations of one kind or another. Families are still reeling from the shock of Christmas and New Year’s Day, until the second wave of holidays in the form of St Patrick’s Day and Easter arrive shortly afterwards. Easter, however, is a holiday that most people look forward to because it involves having the best excuse in the world for eating as much chocolate as possible in the space of just a few days. Unfortunately combining chocolate people, and especially children, will result in a variety of chocolate-based stains appearing on walls and flooring. So to help ease the pain of cleaning up after Easter Today’s Green Cleaning are offering a post-Easter cleaning offer, to help get any home back in a presentable condition again.

Robert Cervenka, the direct of services at Today’s Green Cleaning, shared the following with us, “For me Easter is very much a family affair and we have a lot of guests and visitors during the Easter holiday itself. That means I know just how messy the combination of kids and Easter eggs can be so the team here at Today’s Green Cleaning thought it would make sense to offer families a cost effective way to have their homes professionally cleaned after such a busy and potentially messy holiday”.

Even with the best of intentions anyone will find it difficult to remove pieces of chocolate which have been mashed into carpets or flooring, or worse again are now part of the overall “decor” of any given room. Amateur attempts at removal can often cause more damage than the original stain so hiring a professional to handle the clean-up makes far more sense. “Most people usually rush off and grab a sponge, some warm water and start scrubbing without realizing how much they could damage their paintwork, carpeting or flooring in the process. In fact people usually wind up scrubbing the dirt or stains further into the material they’re actually trying to clean,” Robert Cervenka went on to say.

Details of the promotion are available by simple calling Today’s Green Cleaning on the number listed on their website, but do act today as this post-Easter offer does have an expiry date.

About Today’s Green Cleaning

From their headquarters in Torrance, Santa Monica Today’s Green Cleaning are cleaning specialists who use only biodegradable cleaning products in everything they do. You’ll find the service they provide is second to none in terms of both the quality of the work they do and their professional attitude too.


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