A. We recommend that you get your trash cans cleaned on your trash collection day. Your cans must be empty for us to clean them.
A. Yes. We clean both because those nasty bacteria, viruses, and other germs live in both.
A. We recommend that you get your trash cans cleaned monthly especially if your household has multiple individuals and pets or if you keep your trash cans in your garage. After throwing trash and other things in your trash can each week, bacteria and other germs begin to build up. Not to mention to smells that start to fester!
A. We currently service the Pitman, Glassboro, and Mullica Hill areas. If you are located in a surrounding town, contact us.
A. Yes. If your trash cans are at the end of your driveway or in the street we will walk them back up to your house when we are done sanitizing them and making them smell so good!
A. Go to the “HOME” page and click the big blue button titled “SIGN-UP NOW”. Choose one of the four plans by clicking “Add to cart”. Fill in your information and pay using a debit or credit card. It’s that easy!
A. You will receive a text message and email the day before we come to your residence or business.
A. We don’t offer a free trial of the service. Those who would like to try the service before signing up for a subscription are encouraged to sign up for a one time cleaning.
A. If you are out of town and are unable to put your trash out for your trash collection day, just let us know prior to your scheduled cleaning and we would be more than happy to reschedule.
A. No. As long as your trash can is emptied on your trash collection day and are left on the curb in front of your house, we will clean your cans and place them where you want.
A. Our water reaches approximately 200 F which will eliminate 99.9% of bacteria in your trash can (which is the leading cause of smells in your trash can).
A. Once you start placing garbage in your trash cans again week after week they will begin to get dirty and smell again. For this reason we recommend getting your trash cans cleaned monthly or more frequently to keep them smelling fresh, sanitized, and clean.