1. Why Should I Have My Trash can Professionally Cleaned?
Just using a hose and bleach to clean your trash and recycle cans is not sufficient to remove or kill the bacteria and diseases that breed in your bins, such as: Tuberculosis Strep Staph E-Coli Salmonella Listeria
We not only clean your cans; we disinfect, sanitize, and deodorize them.
2. How Often Should My Trash And Recycle Cans Be Cleaned?
The majority of our customers opt for monthly cleanings, but you can choose the frequency that’s right for you. CLICK HERE for Services and Pricing.
3. Sometimes I Take My Trash Cans In Early And Don’t Leave Them At The Curbside. How Will They Be Cleaned?
We ask that you leave your cans at your curbside. Once they are cleaned, we will place them back on the curb for you.
4. When Do You Come To Service My Recycling Cans And Trash Cans?
We follow local trash and recycling schedules and holidays. Service will normally take place the day after trash is picked up (Tuesday through Saturday). Same day service may be available if trash AND recycling in your surrounding areas are picked up early in the day. We ask that you leave your cans out overnight so that we can service them the next morning. For more information, read our full Terms and Conditions.
5. Do My Cans Need To Be Empty To Receive Service? A: Yes. If We Come To Service Your Trash Bins And They Are Not Empty, We Will Have To Come Back At A Later Date.
Yes. If we come to service your trash cans and they are not empty, we will have to come back at a later date.
6. My HOA Won’t Let Me Leave My Cans Out Overnight, What Should I Do?
Contact us. Chances are we already have a relationship with your HOA, but if not we’ll get in touch with them to figure out a solution.
7. I have a lot of paint inside my Cans, can you get that out?
While we attempt to clean your cans to make the look brand new, unfortunately we can not guarantee that we can get paint or stain out of your bins. Even with hard scrubbing, heavy duty degreasers and high tempature/pressure it will not come off. But don’t worry even if some paint is left behind, your cans are sterilized and deodorized just the same.