Canwashers

Garbage Can Cleaning

How it Works

How it Works

How The Process Works

1inspection

The day after your garbage is collected, keep your garbage cans out near the street or on your driveway. Don’t worry, we’ll send you a reminder, so you don’t forget!

When we arrive, our Can Washers team member begins work by inspecting the cans. We check for any solid debris or trash left in the cans after collection or any major damage that may cause problems during our cleaning cycle.

2 the wash cycle

Once the inspection is over, we take your garbage cans to the back of our state-of-the-art curbside cleaning vehicle. Two garbage cans may be cleaned at once with our system. The hydraulic arms will lift your garbage cans into position over our custom pressure washers.

The heads on the pressure washing machine rotate at very high speeds, spraying 200 degree water in all directions getting rid of any debris from inside the containers.

Our pressure washing system can remove more than 99% of bacteria, viruses, and other substances inside your garbage cans, leaving them clean and freshly deodorized.

Once the cleaning is done, the hydraulic system returns your garbage cans to the ground. Your Can Washers technician then sprays the interior of the garbage cans with an organic lavender deodorizer  before returning them to your property.

3 confirmation of service

Our technician will place a sticker on the front of your can if you’re a recurring service customer (monthly or quarterly). When the entire cleaning process is complete, we send you a text message to let you know we’ve finished. 

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Trash cans are a magnet for dirt, debris, and germs

All of which lead to foul odors and unsightly messes

Creating breeding grounds for illnesses

Keeping your garbage cans clean and fresh is healthy for you and your family 

Why Your Garbage Can Needs Cleaning?

Let’s face it: Garbage cans are smelly. Even if your garbage is bagged correctly, remnants of food and fluids from the bags can seep out into your garbage cans.

This creates ideal conditions for bacteria, viruses, molds, and fungi to grow and flourish. Many of these can cause severe, even deadly, infections such as Salmonella, E. coli, and Listeria. Mold and fungi release spores that may be dangerous as well.

Frequent cleaning of your garbage cans are necessary to reduce the risk of infection and illness. 

Our cleaning system will sanitize your garbage cans, killing 99% of all known bacteria, viruses, molds, and fungi, keeping you and your family safe.

Tired of dirty, smelly, pest ridden garbage cans?