By: Deanna Rebro | Category: Other | Issue: November 2011
Tracy Booth points out a fully loaded kitchen cabinet that is undergoing the Gleam Guard Dustfree Wood Refinishing process.
Gleam Guard Dustfree Wood Refinishing is the quick, clean, reasonably-priced wood refinishing process that Tracy Booth and his professional craftsmen have been doing in Tulsa area homes for 22 years. They have perfected their skill, their timing and their attention to detail.
Now Tracy is providing the same service in Kansas City, Branson, Northwest Washington, and Canada. “It’s because of our hometown people in the Tulsa area that we are able to help other families in other cities beautify their homes,” he says. The grass roots will always remain in Tulsa, home of the Gleam Guard flagship office and headquarters.
The Gleam Guard team is ready and eager to make many more Tulsa area homes look their best for the holidays. There is still time to have kitchen cabinets refinished in as little as a day. Whole house projects, which include kitchen and bath cabinets, baseboards, doors, moldings, paneling and just about any other vertical wood surface, can be done in three to five days.
The Gleam Guard crew will be in and out, without interruptions or breakaways. Their work area, when finished, will look like no one was there. Aftercare is as simple as wiping with a damp cloth.
Tracy says when people see the difference Gleam Guard has made in friends’ or relatives’ homes, they are sold. Even those considering new cabinets or refacing old cabinets frequently decide on Gleam Guard Dustfree Wood Refinishing instead.
It’s the sensible solution that makes a big difference in this tight economy. “I love to show people how they can save money and still have beautiful wood finishes that almost look new,” says Tracy. To complete the holiday makeover, the Gleam Guard team can also deep clean rock and stone interior surfaces and ceilings – even popcorn ceilings.
A Gleam Guard technician would be happy to do an in-home demonstration on an existing cabinet door to give owners a glimpse of what Gleam Guard will look like in their homes. Just make a call to (918) 455-4211.
Samples of Gleam Guard, from satin to glossy finishes, are on display in the middle of Woodland Hills Mall, upper level on the catwalk between Fossil and Hollister.
“People always ask me what you have to do for the Gleam Guard Dustfree Wood Refinishing process. I like to tell them what you don’t have to do,” says Tracy.
• You don’t have to be home when the work is in progress.
• You don’t have to worry about on-time completion.
• You don’t have to unload your cabinets.
• You don’t have to remove cabinet hardware.
• You don’t have to remove cabinet doors.
• You don’t have to cover furniture.
• You don’t have to remove pets from your home.
• You don’t have to remove baseboards.
• You don’t have to open windows to get rid of odor.
• You don’t have to vacuum the house when they’re finished.
• You don’t have to hire a cleaning service.
• You don’t have to get a loan to pay for your new refinished wood.
• You don’t have to polish or oil your Gleam Guard surfaces.
• The one thing you do need to do is invite Gleam Guard into your home.
Deanna Rebro has worked in the publishing industry 30+ years, including eight years writing for Value News. She has also worked in real estate for the past six years. Deanna graduated from Kent State University in Kent, Ohio with a B.A. in Journalism. Outside of work, she serves as Vice President on the Board of Directors for Pet Adoption League. “Every story I write is a learning experience,” she said.