Frequently Asked Questions
Most people know their garbage cans are dirty, but they don't understand the dangers of long-term buildup of microorganisms, viruses and harmful bacteria that happens over time. This can also attract pests and rodents to scavenge your garbage cans. We recommend cleaning your cans at least once a month.
We do a MUCH better job, and without using chemicals. We use extremely hot water (180 degrees) which kills germs, under very high pressure. We use far less water and the dirty water is collected and disposed of properly and safely.
Our dual pressure washer system is what keeps your cans spotless. First, the hydraulic lift places your stinky cans above our pressurized spray head. Clean water then travels from one of our 200-gallon tanks into our water heater. The water then passes from the water heater and into the cleaning unit. From there the water shoots out at 180 degrees Fahrenheit, at a pressure of 3500 psi and on a 360-degree rotation to get in all of those disgusting corners. All of the water used runs back into our double filtration system to collect all of the debris. The dirty water is then pumped back into a separate 200-gallon water tank. That water is then properly disposed of at a waste station following all of the cleans. There is a separate handheld power washer attached for cleaning the exterior of the cans to catch any wastewater.
A Customer Support representative will confirm your start date depending on your community’s route. Often times we can confirm you for the week that you enroll and then place you onto the same schedule as your neighbors the following month.
Our truck will arrive either in the afternoon between 1pm and 7pm the day of your trash removal service or the following morning between 8am and 11am depending on the your areas route.
In addition to your cans being sparling clean and citrus fresh, an easily removable tag will be placed on the can to confirm that they have been cleaned.
On very rare occasions, some cans are EXTREMELY dirty. It can take a few cleanings to fully remove the built-up grime from these cans that haven't been cleaned in several years.Please note that some stains, such as paint or dried tar cannot be removed completely by our cleaning services.
Yes, 100%! This process uses substantially less water than if you were to clean your own bin using your garden hose. Our cleaning process only uses clean water that is heated to 180 degrees and we run our machine at 3500psi which helps blast the dirty right off your can. We do use an eco-friendly and biodegradable degreaser on the initial clean but all of the ingredients are natural and environmentally safe. All wastewater and debris are properly disposed of on a daily basis.
No. We do use an eco- friendly, biodegradable deodorizer that contains natural essential oils to effectively neutralize odors. On occasion (and often for first time bin cleaning) we may also use a biodegradable degreaser
Yes! Due to the high demand for our services, it often makes sense for our bin cleaning to be included in your neighborhood's HOA program. Please Contact Us for more details.
On a first time clean we use around 2.5-3 gallons of fresh water, on a repeat clean we use just under 1 gallon of water.
Nope! You can cancel your service at any time after your first 3 cleans.
No, We use state-of-the-art, customized equipment that uses high pressure, high heat water that kills germs without using chemicals for an eco-friendly clean.
Yes! We love to encourage the gift of clean garbage cans! As long as the recipient is within our cleaning routes, we are happy to help you spread the love. Please contact us at email@example.com
Yes, we carry comprehensive commercial coverage and liability
Absolutely! Just give us a call and our team can help you out.
If at all possible, we will. But considering the volume of business, and routes scheduled in different communities on particular days, this may be impossible for us to do. We will try and contact you by phone or knocking on your door.
You can call us direct on 910-777-4394 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org