Area Rug Cleaning For Designated Survivor

If you haven’t heard of Designated Survivor, you have been missing out. The show is based on the American presidential line of succession practice. A designated survivor is a member of the United States Cabinet who is taken to an undisclosed location during group gatherings of the President, the Vice President, and the other officials in the line of succession. It is to ensure that if there was anything wrong happened at the meeting there would be someone who could be sworn in as the new president and the government would continue to run.

The television series Designated Survivor explores a narrative where this happens and an unsuspecting designated survivor, Thomas Kirkman, is sworn in as the new President of the United States. The series Designated Survivor has a facility in Mississauga that they use to produce parts of their shows. Television shows require maintenance and cleaning of their sets and equipment just as any home or office would.

The director of the show, Evan Davies, contacted Green Leaf Chem-Dry for a price estimate over the phone after having been recommended to them for their quick response, expert cleaning, and fast drying times. The filming of the show was scheduled for the next day and they needed their main oval office area rug and some medallions cleaned. Typical steam cleaners require the use of much more water in the cleaning process making the drying times significantly higher.

Tim was sent out the next day to clean the rugs and finish the job. It went smooth and the rugs were cleaned and dried in time for the show to continue. They were asked to come back again and do the upholstery!

The secret to Green Leaf’s Chem-Dry cleaning process is in their hot carbonation cleaning process. Due to the natural power of carbonation, Green Leaf Chem-Dry does not have to use excessive amounts of moisture to clean your carpet or upholstered items. Because the bubbles do the work for us, Green Leaf Chem-Dry does not need to use soapy and sticky cleaning chemicals that other cleaners and do-it-yourself machines rely on so much.