October 23, 2019 The Newspaper Serving LGBT Los Angeles

HOME & GARDEN FEATURE: The Greenest, Most Effective Carpet Cleaner

Oxi Fresh comes to the Westside 

Santa Monica and West Los Angeles residents now have access to the greenest and arguably most-effective method of carpet cleaning with the expansion Oxi Fresh into the Westside area. 

 For nearly 14 years, Oxi Fresh has led the carpet cleaning industry in providing environmentally friendly cleaning services that use the power of oxygen to clean rather than harsh chemicals. Through their innovative wall to wall carpet, area rugs, upholstery and tile cleaning techniques that utilize non-toxic agents, customers are provided with superior services safe for the family, pets and environment. Regular carpet cleanings play an important role in improving indoor air quality by removing trapped allergens and dust mites. 

“The environment and our impact on it is a concern for millions, if not billions, of people,” Oxi Fresh explained. “In order to combat waste and pollution, new green companies, including those who specialize in green carpet cleaning, have emerged who use efficient technology, low-energy solutions, and safe materials in order to reduce any negative effect on the environment. Oxi Fresh is one of those businesses.”

 Oxi Fresh products are specifically designed and tested for their effectiveness and impact on the environment. According to Oxi Fresh, one of their core products earned the EPA’s Safer Choice label. “Our method stands out from our competitors in the fact that our products/solutions are patented to be nontoxic and completely biodegradable,” Oxi Fresh explained. “After we are done with our services, very little residue gets left behind.” 

Their low moisture process uses approximately 5 percent of the water typical carpet cleaners use. Oxi Fresh explained, “Although fresh water is one of the most precious commodities on earth, it is often wasted right here in our country. Steam cleaners, for example, require 40 or more gallons of water in order to clean a home. Water they mixed with chemicals used to extract dirt and oil inevitably gets dumped into the environment.” In comparison to other less experienced companies, Oxi Fresh uses about two to three gallons of water to clean a standard sized house.

In addition to using less water, Oxi Fresh cleaning methods also require less energy. “Rather than relying on a vehicle to power our system, all Oxi Fresh needs is a wall outlet,” Oxi Fresh explained. “We also don’t need windows and doors to be left open for our cleaning, meaning any warm or cool air in your home stays there.”

After Oxi Fresh
Before Oxi Fresh

Good products and machines can only do so much to get carpets clean. Oxi Fresh continued, “To be the best carpet cleaner you have to have a method that capitalizes on both of those. That’s why our technicians are trained to go over the carpet from multiple angles, to pre-spray difficult areas, and to do a hundred other tricks to help get your carpets truly clean.” Oxi Fresh machines not only get carpets clean; they also lift and rejuvenate the carpet pile rather than compressing it. 

Oxi Fresh added, “We have a saying, ‘If spots come back, so do we.’”

Through consistently creating new and advanced products, Oxi Fresh provides customers with a more effective cleaning process compared to other carpet cleaning companies. Oxi Fresh explained, “Not only do the carpets dry quickly with our revolutionary, oxygenated cleaning system, but stains and dirt seem to vanish whenever we clean. Customers really like our deep, green carpet cleaning service, and the company Jonathan Barnett started in 2006 has now expanded to nearly every state and has won numerous awards from Entrepreneur Magazine, the Franchise Business Review, and the Franchise Times.

With locations in Tustin, Irvine, Orange Hills and Anaheim, Oxi Fresh opened another location in the Santa Monica area. Oxi Fresh explained, “Our vision was to become a multi-territory franchise. We’ve been very blessed and fortunate for the rapid success in Orange county. Now is good time to expand into LA. Santa Monica is a great starting point because of its beauty, richness in culture, and diversity.” 

 In addition to providing green cleaning services, Oxi Fresh also requires that all their natural carpet cleaning franchises recycle bottles and packaging materials after use. Oxi Fresh explained, “When it comes to getting a natural carpet cleaning that is safe for both you and the environment, you’ll want to go with Oxi Fresh. Our green carpet cleaning is one of the best available, getting rid of stubborn stains while still remaining environmentally friendly.”

For more information, call (866) 300-0484 or visit OxiFresh.com

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