• $89 for three total hours of cleaning by two professional cleaners ($267 value)
• Service area includes: Carmel, Fishers, Geist, Lawrence, McCordsville, Noblesville,and the Northeast side of Indianapolis (within 20 miles of 46037)
• Windows, attics, basements and garages not included
• By appointment only
• New customers only
• PROMOTION EXPIRES February 9, 2013
Imagine coming home to a sparkling clean home at the end of a busy day and relaxing in a fresh smelling environment. With today's deal from Sparkling Tiffany's that dream becomes reality. For $89, you'll get three total hours of professional cleaning services that include: carpets vacuumed, tile and hardwood floors mopped, furniture dusted, trash emptied, mirrors cleaned and cobwebs removed. Your kitchen and bathroom will also be scrubbed shiny clean. There's more: They'll make your beds and wipe down the vanities and cabinets too.
Owned by a mother of three, Sparkling Tiffany's is a home cleaning service that utilizes state-of-the-art tools and equipment combined with natural cleaning solutions.
$89 for three total hours of house cleaning ($267 value)
- New customers only. Deal includes two professional cleaners for three total hours. Limit two purchases per person and two as gifts. By appointment only. Merchant enforces at least 24-hour cancellation policy for appointments. Appointments subject to availability. Service area includes: Carmel, Fishers, Geist, Lawrence, McCordsville, Noblesville,and the Northeast side of Indianapolis (within 20 miles of 46037). Merchant will abide by gift certificate state laws. No cash back. Must be used in one visit. Voucher cannot be combined or used in conjunction with any other offer, coupon or promotion. Windows, attics, basements and garages not included.
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Owner Tiffany Mundy spent years in the cleaning industry using harsh chemicals. But, having an autistic child around the house encouraged her to start a business where she could use the same nontoxic elements she uses in her own home.