Preston entrepreneur Jen Slack launches new cleaning spray

Posted on - 18th September, 2016 - 7:00am | Author - | Posted in - Business, Preston News, Woodplumpton
Jen Slack with her new product

Jen Slack with her new product

A Preston woman has launched a new anti-stain product she says will help homeowners.


Better Protect It is a spray that Jen Slack says will ‘maintain the condition and cleanliness of carpets’.

Based in Woodplumpton the 27-year-old entrepreneur is expanding from running her carpet cleaning firm Doctor Carpet.

She said: “Having owned a carpet cleaning company for almost four years, I know for certain that there is a demand for stain protection as it is a service we actually provide through Doctor Carpet.

“While those clients are fully aware of its value, there are plenty of people out there who don’t realise how much longer their carpets, rugs, and upholstery could last if they were cared for, and this is where Better Protect comes in.

“It makes such a difference, especially to those whose soft furnishings particularly suffer amidst the hubbub of daily life. My aim is to make this much-needed treatment easily, and cheaply, accessible. At the end of the day, accidents happen. I guess I’m not the only one who can be clumsy with a cup of tea.”

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