No More Dirty Bins
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How It works
Select a monthly or quarterly wash plan, and how many bins you would like to have on your account.
Telling us your trash pick-up day and approximate pick-up time allows us to schedule your cleaning into our routes.
Cleanings take place the day after your trash pick-up day. You will receive a reminder the day before your service to remind you to leave your bins out!
After your service, we’ll pull your bins back up for you. So you can start enjoying your clean and odor-free bins!
Our Cleaning Process
Your bin gets a high-pressure power wash on the exterior of the bin to remove dirt and grime that accumulates.
Our state-of-the-art truck is equipped with 360° high-pressure spray nozzles that remove grime out of every nook and cranny from the inside of your trash bins.
200°F superheated water combined with a powerful eco-friendly detergent kills 99.9% of bacteria living in your bins.
Once your bins have been cleaned and sanitized, we finish off our process with a deodorizing spray that keeps your bins smelling pleasant longer.
"Why should I get my trash bins cleaned?"
Trash bins provide an excellent source of food and shelter for some of the most unwanted pests and bacteria – from maggots and flies to Salmonella and E. Coli – these critters thrive in the gross biome that is your trash can.
Our trash can cleaning process eliminates the source of the problem with a high-pressure steam wash that removes gunk and odors that build up over time from your waste.
Trash Bin Critters
It’s no secret that trash bins are infested with bacteria. Even with trash bags, all the raw meat, expired foods, dairy products, and everything else that gets thrown out provide great ecosystems for bacteria to thrive. Some of these bacterias like Salmonella, E. Coli, and Listeria are harmful to humans.
Have you ever wondered why there are so many flies around your house, and more specifically around your trash bins? Rotting food and waste material provide the perfect breeding grounds for flies. Flies lay their eggs in your gross bins because they provide an instant food source for their larvae, also known as maggots. Those maggots then turn into more flies and keep repeating the process. Washing and disinfecting your trash bins takes away their food source and breaks that cycle.
Cockroaches are some of the nastiest little critters that often carry various diseases that we definitely want to avoid. Roaches are attracted to decaying foods which are often found in trash bins.