For: Lakeland, Polk City, Auburndale, Bartow & Mulberry, FL
Call (863) 859-2598 ... for Western
for: Orlando, Davenport, Haines City, Winter Haven, FL
Call (407) 575-0870
... for Eastern
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A Couple Reviews from customers on our Carpet Cleaning Service:
( "We just moved into our rental
for a few months while our house is being renovated after the flood.
The carpets in this house were dirty and very smelly.
Cola Carpet Cleaners did an amazing job cleaning a deodorizing them.
I didn't know there was a difference between regular carpet steamers that just shoot hot
and then suck it out,
but these guys who spot treat stains and
smells, shampoos, steam cleans,
and then rakes the carpet to bring the pile back up......It was a very good experience.
I highly recommend them! ")
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Even if your carpets don’t
look like they need cleaning THEY DO!
" NO ONE CLEANS BETTER FOR LESS ! "
**You wouldn’t just rinse
your dishes or your laundry,
or even your car, the rain does that,
so we don’t "just
rinse" your soiled carpeting either; WE CLEAN THEM!
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Gary VanCola - Founder
and Owner / Operator
.....................................Carpet Cleaning Technician
Journeyman Cleaning Technician
Master Cleaning Technician
Upholstery Cleaning Technician
Journeyman Upholstery Cleaning Technician
Journeyman Textile Cleaner
Master Textile Cleaning Technician
Odor Control Technician
Color Repair Technician
Carpet Repair Technician
Water Damage Technician
Mold Remediation Specialist
Journeyman Restoration Technician
Water Damage Restoration Technician
Fire & Smoke Restoration Technician
Master Restoration Technician
“I.I.C.U.C. MASTER CLEANERS”
in the State of Florida in 1988!
**Ladies know; You
dry-clean your Suit, your dog, your hair when in a rush,
but double-wash your dishes, agitate your clothes, bath & shower yourself,
because it’s more-thorough and so important….
So why just dry-clean your bedroom-carpet
you walk-on all year,
and breathe-in all night?
…. Shampoo scrub and steam rinse! …. The old-way is still the best way!
Do you have a special Doctor, a Dentist, car Mechanic, hair Stylist?...
WHY?.... Experience…. Technique…. Results…. Dedication to craft!....
"expert" carpet & furniture cleaning!.......
If YOU want it really CLEAN, we’re YOUR TEAM!
VANCOLA Professional - Your special choice!
FLOORS” – TIP: Spending "BIG BUCKS" replacing
the soft, quiet, warm "carpet and padded" floor covering,
for hard, noisy, cold stone/ceramic, wood or laminate
in order to reduce cleaning tasks, or for allergenic concerns,
(YOU still have the same exact amount of soils invading your home environment daily
to contend with!)
YOU no longer have the “physical-property advantages” of 4th and 5th Generation Nylon
to (collect, control, and hold) particulates, contaminants, pollutants,
and stopping animal-hair and simple-dust blowing all around, until it’s removed.
Professional Cleaners cleaning hard-surface flooring's
"price-point at a premium cost",
as compared to cleaning
carpet-requirements, so Pro’s don’t mind the opportunity!
Carpeting doesn’t create soils, it collects-them.......unlike hard floorings,
but holds-it temporarily until it’s removed, just so You don’t
bonus and protection; glass and babies never bounce-off
hard floors like forgiving
...With 8 grandchildren, I know!
10 Tips for Safe Grocery Shopping
- Evaluate your risk before visiting the store. Those who are highly immunosuppressed, have cancer, on certain
medications, or over the age of 65, should consider
other options such as buying online or having someone else shop for them.
- Plan your
shopping list in advance. Organize your list by aisle, or
by group of items, to help you get in and out of the store faster. Additionally, purchase two weeks’ worth
of groceries to minimize trips to the store.
- Shop alone. This will help limit your time
in the store. If
possible, leave the kids at home. Children tend to touch everything, increasing the risk of
virus exposure. If you must bring a child with you, make sure they don’t touch
- Practice social distancing. Stay at least 6 feet away from others
while shopping and in lines. Also, when out in public, cover your mouth and nose
with a cloth face covering.
- Wipe shopping cart down
with a sanitizing cloth. If
you don’t have access to disinfectant wipes, wear a pair of latex
or other single use gloves while you shop and discard them when you
- Limit touching. Grab items from the back of the shelf as
they have not been handled as much. Don’t sort through produce with your bare hands.
Instead, use a glove, or stick your hand inside a fresh, store-supplied
bag and use the outside like a glove to pick up and inspect the produce you want.
- Use a noncontact payment method. Use Apple Pay or Google Pay. Or, if your
debit/credit card has the contactless tap-to-pay feature, use it. This
prevents you from having to sign the touchscreen or enter your PIN code on areas
that others touch daily.
- Wash your hands immediately
after visiting the store. After leaving the store, use hand sanitizer. When you get home,
wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds.
- Sanitize your car when you get home. Germs and viruses can follow you
into your car. The simplest way to attack COVID-19 according to experts is
with soap and water, and since most dish soaps use only mild detergents. Also, according to the
experts at Consumer Reports,
“don’t use bleach or hydrogen peroxide
on the inside of your car as they will likely damage your car’s upholstery. And do not use ammonia-based cleaners on car touch screens, as they can
damage their anti-glare and anti-fingerprint coatings."
- Take your shoes off when you get home. Droplets containing the virus can fall to the
ground and be picked up by feet.
We are all living in uncertain times and we hope the tips above will
help protect you and your loved ones.
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