Same-day blind cleaning service is bubbling

AS THE old Burl Ives standard goes, "Tiny bubbles in the wine, make me happy, make me feel fine".

Glenn McMahon's business is all about bubbles, millions of them - but not in the wine, rather in a revolutionary cleaning method for all types of blinds and other items around the house.

He runs Amazing Clean at Kunda Park, one of the fastest-growing service-based franchises in Australasia that for the first time offers professional cleaning of venetian, vertical, timber, roller and pleated blinds.

"The system uses ultrasonic cleaning," Glenn said.

"Blinds are immersed in a stainless steel tub and blasted with millions of imploding cleansing bubbles.

"If you can imagine a sandblaster, the method is something like that, but of course a lot gentler."

Amazing Clean has a same-day service throughout the Sunshine Coast from Caloundra to Noosa.

Blinds are collected from the home or business and in most cases are cleaned and returned the same afternoon.

Amazing Clean at Kunda Park is part of a business created by the Kent family, who previously owned one of Australia's leading blind manufacturing companies.

Recognising a gap in the market, research led them to America where they found ultrasonic blind cleaning was a growing industry. After studying what the Americans were doing and applying a little Aussie ingenuity and tenacity, a superior method was developed.

In 2000, Amazing Clean moved to become a franchise system, which allowed the company to develop brand recognition, standardise operating procedures, develop a strong customer focus and offer affordable service.

Glenn's Sunshine Coast operation also stocks thousands of parts for all blinds and curtains. Glenn can be contacted on 0417126668. Visit www.amazingclean.com.au.


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