IKEA carpet cleaner rented by UK tourist for £13,000

A UK tourist has rented a carpet cleaner to clean her home for £11,500.The luxury brand said the service was “unique and convenient” for its customers who “love to live clean”.The service, called “IKEA Floor Cleaner” is offered by IKEa and comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.The service is available to customers in the UK,…

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A UK tourist has rented a carpet cleaner to clean her home for £11,500.

The luxury brand said the service was “unique and convenient” for its customers who “love to live clean”.

The service, called “IKEA Floor Cleaner” is offered by IKEa and comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.

The service is available to customers in the UK, Ireland, Germany and Switzerland, according to IKEatoday.com.

The company said that it has had customers in six countries and offers the service worldwide.

IKEas website said that the service is “unique in that the cleaning is carried out by the IKEAC carpet cleaner which can be delivered in 24 hours.

“It also means that no one can be held responsible for damage to your carpet, but all will be reimbursed if it is not covered.” “

The service cost the customer around £13.50, but the service included a 30 day money-off guarantee, the company said. “

It also means that no one can be held responsible for damage to your carpet, but all will be reimbursed if it is not covered.”

The service cost the customer around £13.50, but the service included a 30 day money-off guarantee, the company said.

The cleaning can take up to two weeks, but is often completed in under 30 minutes, it said.

In 2018, IKE at the London event centre was criticised for having the lowest number of cleaners at the event.

It has since been bought by a new company.

The brand has been criticised in the past for being overly expensive.

In June, it was criticised by UK Prime Minister Theresa May after a London hotel claimed that it had been unfairly blamed for a number of fires in the capital, with fire crews having to travel more than 20 miles (32km) to reach a fire station.

The hotel was also accused of charging guests more for their stay than normal.

A spokesperson for the prime minister said that she was “appalled” by the allegations.

In July 2018, the IKAs chief executive, Jean-Marie Pépin, told the Daily Telegraph that the company was “in the process of closing the company”.

PéPin said that he would be speaking to staff about the allegations that they were not being “fairly reimbursed for the cleaning”.

IKE has been a strong supporter of the UK’s Leave campaign, which resulted in the Brexit vote.

The UK voted to leave the European Union last month.