There are literally thousands of “dirty jobs” that perhaps the average person goes to great lengths to avoid. Cleaning the nasty, filthy, bacteria ridden outdoor garbage cans and recycling receptacles seem to top the first hundred of those thousands. When remnants of food and liquid find their way out of a trash bag, it is then left to fester. Mold, mildew, bacteria and pungent odors are left to go grow and conquer your waste containers. Mold and mildew can lead to allergens stirring about and bacteria can contribute to serious illness. Not to mention the nauseating odor than can derive from waste rotting away in your bins can be repulsive. And have you ever accidently thrown out something important, and then had to go dumpster diving to find that important possession? It is no fun when you are thumbing through trash and all that gross stuff to find what you are looking for.
Why not hire a professional to clean your curbside trash cans for you? Having a professional cleaning your trash can and recycle bins will have dirt and grime removed. Your bins will be cleaned, sanitized, and deodorized. With the proper equipment and detergents, a pro from Big Moose Pressure Cleaning can ensure clean recycling and garbage receptacles.
While the Big Moose Pressure Cleaning specialists are tending to your curb side bins once a month (or whatever schedule you like), we would like to give you a few tips to handle the smaller scale indoor trash cans and recycling bins.
This job is optimal outside with a hose available, but if that isn’t an option, the tub works well too.
– With a set of rubber gloves, make sure all debris is removed. (Especially if you are using the tub). Apply your favorite cleaner that’s designed for pet stains. The enzymes in these cleaners neutralizes odors and kills bacteria.
– After you allowed 5-10 min for absorption, spray on to re-lube and scrub your bin down with either a toilet brush or nylon bristled broom or brush.
– Rinse well and if possible, let air dry in the sun for added freshness.
– To keep the odor down in between professional cleanings, sprinkle baking soda at the bottom (before and after adding a liner. Or, placing a dryer sheet underneath your garbage can will offer assistance in the war on trash can odors.
Professional Curbside Trash Can & Recycling Bin Cleaning in McDonough, Barnesville, Fayetteville, Covington & Griffin Georgia
Your curbside garbage can and recycling bins suffer much abuse. They house odors, mildew, mold and bacteria and though they are kept outside or in the garage at best, getting them cleaned is just as imperative to keeping your household clean. To schedule a professional to come and take care of this task, call Big Moose Pressure Cleaning to handle it.