Monday, July 28, 2014
PLACERVILLE, CALIFORNIA
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Rainbow System vacuums and cleans spots

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From page HGS9 | April 30, 2014 |

We’ve all purchased one — an affordable vacuum cleaner from one of the big box stores and the first couple of times you use it you are convinced that this will be your “forever” vacuum. Many of us have an active family and a number of furry critters sharing the house with us. Others have one messy spouse who likes to bring in firewood and dust himself off right there in the living room, completely unaware of the bark and sawdust he is leaving for someone to clean up.

For the first month or so, that new vacuum cleaner seems to be sucking up dirt that you never knew existed. Buckets and buckets of fine grit dirt and hair. And while you are disgusted that this much filth can be on your floors, looking into that collection bin gives you some kind of freakish satisfaction. Then you run over a screw that someone dropped on the carpet and the fan inside the unit gets chipped and starts working at about half of the power it originally had. You can’t find the hepa filters that it calls for so you end up smacking the same old filter out on the deck rail, hoping that it will clear enough to give you decent suction. And the beat goes on….

Then one day you decide that you’ve had enough. And you begin looking for a quality unit that will last a lifetime, won’t need costly accessories and is multi-functioning. At this year’s El Dorado County Home and Garden Show you’ll meet Mary Brown, who will introduce you to the ultimate vacuuming and hard surface cleaning machine called the Rainbow System.

The Rainbow System combines your daily vacuuming needs with the ability to clean hard surface flooring, shampoo pet stains or stairs and furniture and does it all with the switch of an attachment. And they do it using earth-friendly chemicals. For those who suffer with asthma and allergies, this is big.

Turn on your current vacuum cleaner while the sun streams through a window. As you are sucking up the dust, dirt and animal hair, a good amount of dust is being emitted back into the air. This doesn’t happen with the Rainbow System. It is captured in the tank. This unique water filtration system captures up to 99.997 percent of typical household dirt. Anything not captured by the water is trapped in the HEPA Neutralizer filtration system. That means that anyone who has breathing issues can live in a virtually dust-free environment.

That means less polishing the furniture, less time scrubbing those vinyl or other hard surface floorings and more time for you to actually enjoy your home.

To find out more about the Rainbow System and all of the cleaning tools and products that are available, give Mary Brown a call or stop by her booth for an amazing demonstration at this year’s EDC Home and Garden Show. Mary Brown can be reached at 916-858-8558 or email her at rainbowgift4you@gmail.com.

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