Refurbish your carpets with the NEW Plush Supreme Carpet Care Range
Issued by Refresh Connect on behalf of Plush Professional Leather Care (Pty) Ltd - Aug 18th 2015, 12:59
Are your carpets in need of a complete cleaning overhaul? The new Plush Supreme Carpet Care Range, which includes a Carpet Foam Stain Remover (R49.99, 300ml), Carpet Shampoo (R49.99, 1L) and Carpet Spot & Stain Remover (R49.99, 500ml), acts really fast, removing tough dirt and stubborn stains.
These quick and easy-to-use cleaners, which contain the primary cleansing agent Sodium Laurel Sulphate, have a foaming booster that freshens carpets and upholstery. Another key ingredient, Butyl Diglycol, acts as a solvent to lift dirt, dilute stains, and remove stubborn spots on your carpet - making these products your go-to range for all your carpet care needs.
Choose the Plush Supreme Carpet Care Range for clean, Potpourri fresh carpets!
The Plush Supreme home care range is available from all leading retailers and offers a selection of value-for-money products that will help you bring out the best in your upholstery, furniture and home. For further information and a complete product overview visit www.plush.co.za and like the Plush Facebook page.
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