Join AspenClean at the Live the Smart Way Expo at Enercare Centre, Toronto on Saturday 22nd - Sunday 23rd October.
LTSW is Canada’s largest health and wellness trade show, featuring a number of high-profile exhibitors and speakers. There will be a range of talks, demonstrations and workshops going on throughout the weekend, covering everything you need to know about healthy living.
Visit AspenClean at Live the Smart Way - Booth #323
To mark this fantastic exhibition, we are running a number of giveaways and promotions including 25% OFF all cleaning products.
Plus other fantastic offers including:
Cloth Promotion - Buy 2 products and get a FREE microfiber cloth
Discount on Service - 10% OFF all first-time bookings in Toronto
Chance to win $300.00 of cleaning services or $100.00 worth of cleaning products!
Posted on Oct 14, 2016 by AspenClean Marketing
Clean your drains and gutters this weekend to keep water flowing and prevent blockages and flooding.
With the fall season in full swing, drains quickly become clogged with fallen branches, leaves and debris that can quickly pile up and stop water flowing properly. The result: Lots of flooding and potentially broken gutters and drain pipes that can be costly to replace. As the old adage goes: prevention is better than cure!
Getting Properly Outfitted
Let's face it, cleaning drains is a mucky job. It's a good idea to arm yourself with some boots, a rain jacket and some latex gloves for protection. You may also wish to use a bucket or tarpaulin to collect all the loose debris.
Guide to Cleaning Your Drains
Sweep or scoop away any loose leaves and dirt from drain covers and the edges of paths and roads.
Use a long piece of pipe, a stiff, thin brush, or a wooden tree branch to reach into the drain or gutter and draw out any clogged sections. If cleaning a gutter, you can also take the sections apart and clean them individually.
Optional: Mix a little vinegar with some boiling water and pour down the drainpipe.
Take a hose and spray thoroughly to push out any remaining leaves and get the water flowing again.
Make sure to remove all debris from the end of the drainpipe or gutter in order to prevent a buildup of leaves and branches.
Taking a Closer Look
We recommend also using this opportunity to inspect the condition of your drainpipes and gutters. Look for any cracks, leaks and/or rust that indicate your drains need some further attention.
Posted on Oct 14, 2016 by AspenClean Marketing
Messy Kitchen Cleaning Tips
There’s no doubt about it, Thanksgiving is a busy time of year. Between all the cooking, parties and travelling, your home (and especially your kitchen) can quickly turn into a mess. Follow our Thanksgiving cleaning tips to keep your kitchen organized and sparkling for the holiday!
1) Organize Your Storage
Clean out the cabinets and pantry, wiping down the shelves and cleaning all your pots, pans and other cooking equipment. Rearrange as necessary.
2) Clear Up Counters
Pack away any rarely-used small appliances from the counter top. The extra space will give you more room for cooking and de-clutter your kitchen.
3) Toss Old Food
Clean out the refrigerator and freezer, throwing away expired items and organizing the rest. By doing this, you will know where everything is when you need it, as well as free up space for new groceries.
4) Polish Appliances
Scrub and polish your appliances such as oven, range, microwave etc. Wipe down stainless steel areas using a Microfiber Cloth and gentle product (such as our SuperScrub) to prevent scratching.
5) Spray, Wipe, Repeat
Spray surfaces regularly. This might seem obvious, but a quick spray and wipe every time you cook will prevent things from getting out of control and save you from having to do a big clean up at the end.
Posted on Oct 3, 2016 by AspenClean Marketing
The Georgia Straight delivers an award-winning editorial package of features, articles and reviews. Established as the lifestyle and entertainment weekly in Vancouver for nearly 50 years, the Georgia Straight is an integral part of the active urban West Coast lifestyle with over 800,000 readers. Every September, the Vancouver public are asked to vote for their top choice across a range of categories such as Best Dining, Best Radio Station, Best Salon and so forth. The Straight’s annual Best of Vancouver issue celebrates the variety of local businesses across the city that were selected. We’d like to congratulate all the winners and we are honored to be among them in 2016, awarded Best Home Cleaning Service in Vancouver.
First of all, we’d like to extend a big thank you to the organizers. A competition like this is great for Vancouver businesses as it gives them an opportunity to stand back, evaluate their progress and celebrate their success. Secondly, we would like to extend our thanks to everyone who voted for AspenClean. With so many great candidates to choose from, Georgia Straight readers must have had a very difficult time choosing their favourites. Thank you to all of our loyal clients for their warm welcomes, their support of our eco-friendly services and most of all their feedback that helps us improve and reward our cleaning teams. Last but not least, thank you to all of the great people behind AspenClean. This one is for you, and we graciously accept this award on behalf of all our team members and leaders, our customer care team and managers, as well as Dusty (our office dog!) for their amazing contributions day after day. We are proud to keep Vancouver clean and healthy with our 100% natural, ‘A’ rated by EWG products and our amazing teams!
Posted on Sep 21, 2016 by AspenClean Marketing
As summer comes to an end, many of us are cleaning, organizing and packing for a move. Whether it be for college, a new job or just a change of scenery, below are some tips to help you get your home all clean and shiny before you say goodbye.
Too busy with packing? Let AspenClean do the work with our Eco-Friendly Move Out Cleaning Service and give yourself one less thing to worry about!
1) Dust, Dust, Dust!
A surprising amount of dust can build up in a home, especially in those out-of-reach and hidden spots. Remember to start work from the top down, using a vacuum to collect dust from high areas. Microfiber Cloths are great for use in other parts of the house as they trap dust, instead of pushing it around. An added bonus – these cloths can be thrown into the washer and dryer and re-used for years!
2) Get In Cabinets & Closets
Moving is a great time to give all cabinets and closets in your home a thorough wipe down both inside and out. Make sure to get into the corners to clean away any dust or grime. If you have a garage, remember to clean the shelving there as well. Our All-Purpose Cleaner infused with organic grapefruit and lavender essential oils is great for these jobs.
3) Attend to the Floors
If you have hardwood or laminate flooring, give it a good wash making sure to get into all corners and around or under any furniture. Our All-in-One Concentrate is very useful for this as you can dilute it, creating the cleaning strength you need for your floors. If your home has carpet, consider having a natural steam cleaning done to get it back to new without those harsh chemicals!
4) Wash the Windows
Windows should be cleaned using non-toxic Glass Cleaner and a Glass Microfiber Cloth to ensure a steak-free shine. If possible, also clean the outside of your windows to make them crystal clear. Don’t forget to dust the blinds, and pay special attention to the window sills and tracks, as these can become very grimy over time.
5) Check Baseboards & Walls
Ensure that the baseboards in your home have been wiped of all dust and dirt. Also check the walls and try to remove any marks or stains. Our all-natural SuperScrub Powder is infused with organic tea tree essential oil, which can help to get those hard-to-clean areas spotless, without leaving any scratches.
6) Make the Kitchen Shine
In addition to cleaning all surfaces, remember to give the outside and inside of your appliances a good wipe down. AspenClean’s Kitchen Cleaner makes it easy to get rid of any greasy build up inside of your microwave, fridge and oven. Afterwards, your kitchen will smell lovely and fresh from the organic Grapefruit and Bergamot essentials oils. Best of all, you won’t have to worry about any chemical residues left behind!
7) Scrub That Tub
Make sure to scrub your bathtub and/or shower as well as the sink, where limescale can build up over time. Start from the top-down, and get into all corners and crevices. Use our Bathroom Cleaner and Bathroom Microfiber Cloth to efficiently tackle these areas, and combine with our SuperScrub Powder for hard to clean residue.
Visit aspencleanproducts.com to learn more about our eco-friendly cleaning products!
Posted on Aug 25, 2016 by AspenClean Marketing
Gender Doesn't Define Domestic Destiny
The idea that the average father spends only 20 minutes a day with his children has been exposed as a myth; in the past 25 years modern family structures have shifted, blurring the line between the roles of mothers and fathers.
With more mothers working outside the home, fathers are now included in most aspects of child care including changing diapers, taking the kids to school and even household cleaning. The rising average age of parents, same-sex couples and adoption of children has also contributed to changes in traditional family roles.
“What we’re actually seeing now is a different kind of equality that comes out of complementarity and a more complex set of negotiations based on people’s different circumstances.” - Kerry Daly, professor and chair of the University of Guelph’s Family Relations department
Off-shifting & the Efficient Division of Labour
Off-shifting is a popular new trend in Canadian families where mothers and fathers stagger their work time. This allows at least one parent to be at home with the kids, while both can contribute to the household income. This is one of many factors contributing to the increasing number of men taking on the role of the stay-at-home dad or managing tasks traditionally reserved for mothers, such as doing the grocery shopping each week.
“If you don’t get more efficient in the division of labour, you’re not going to make it as a couple. You’re going to spend all your time fighting over who’s doing what.” - Ann Douglas, writer and a mother of four from Peterborough, Ontario
The Benefits of an Involved Father
Studies which have looked at long-term development in children have found that those with involved fathers tend to do better in school, are more empathetic and are less likely to engage in violence.
In addition, having an involved father (the primary caregiver or not) results in effective teamwork and mutual respect between mothers and fathers, according to Michael Lamb of the National Institute for Child Health and Human Development in Bethesda, Maryland. Men & women who are able to share their parenting experiences with each other find support, and are able to make important decisions together based on their own perspectives and values.
“If we try to judge the care that fathers give by the standards used to study mothers and women, we miss some of the creative ways that fathers are caring for children.” - Andrea Doucet, author of 'Do Men Mother?'
Modern Father Facts
- The average age of fathers is rising: The average age of fathers now exceeds 40
- Work-family balance is a challenge for many fathers: Whether they are on their own or in a two-parent family, the vast majority of fathers in Canada are employed.
- Men don't have to be husbands to be fathers: Today, many children either are born outside of marriage or experience the divorce of their parents while they are still young. Consequently, there are a growing number of men entering unions that include children from a partner's previous relationship.
Posted on Jun 8, 2016 by AspenClean Marketing
Pets are a part of our families and we work hard to take good care of them. But did you know the cleaning products we use in our homes may be severely damaging their health?
In 2009, the ASPCA’s Animal Poison Control Center (APCC) handled more than 140,000 cases of pets exposed to toxic substances, many of which included everyday household products.
Household Dangers: Why is it important for pet owners to use pet-friendly cleaners in your home?
Pets groom themselves with their mouths, so residues from cleaning products and other environmental toxins end up in their skin, coat, eyes, nose and throat. Furthermore, their feet pads are sensitive and will absorb the chemicals on the floors and surfaces they walk on. Avoiding harsh chemical cleaners is one of the best ways to protect your pet's health; discussed below are common chemicals to avoid.
Glycol ethers are found in many cleaning products that are not pet safe including glass cleaners, carpet cleaners and spot removers. It has been linked to anemia, lung damage and kidney damage in people and pets.
Used for fragrance in household cleaners and deodorizers, cosmetics, packaging, toys, food and many other products, phthalates are known hormone-disruptors. Since hormones control so much more than just reproduction in your pet’s system (and yours), phthalates have been linked to indirect symptoms such as weight gain, cancers and developmental delays.
Used in many de-greasers for ovens, glass and stainless steel, ammonia has a very high VOC, burns mucous membranes and contributes to asthma. If it is mixed with bleach, it creates a poisonous gas which can be deadly to small pets.
Chlorine is a toxic respiratory irritant that can damage pets’ skin, eyes or other membranes. It can be found in all-purpose cleaners, automatic dishwashing detergents, tile scrubs, disinfecting wipes, toilet-bowl cleaners, laundry detergents and mildew removers. Chlorine is heavier than air and lands in low-lying areas where pets live.
Greening Your Pet Care by Darcy Matheson
Greening Your Pet Care
is the first book by Darcy Matheson - pet care expert, television journalist and dog blogger from Vancouver, Canada. The book is a comprehensive guide for safe, green and sustainable pet care; household safety, vet care, nutrition and outdoor activities are just some of the topics discussed. It's the new must-have for environmentally conscious pet owners.
AspenClean is proud to be featured in the book's Greening Your Home section, discussing the benefits of eco-friendly and pet safe cleaning products.
"With our pets spending much of their time on our floors and furniture, it's extra important to avoid using chemicals that could potentially hurt them...animals have a much higher likelihood of ingesting products that can make them sick, and because of their small size and faster metabolism they can be poisoned by a very small amount of toxins."
- Darcy Matheson Sources:
Posted on May 17, 2016 by AspenClean Marketing
The average Canadian spends 17 hours per week cleaning....Moms, much more!
Mothers are the heart of the household, constantly working to maintain a great home environment for their families. Did you know a mother’s average morning involves remembering 26 tasks, while completing at least 12 major jobs through the day? These major jobs include doing the school run, organizing meals and managing the domestic chores, such as home cleaning. In general, working women spend almost twice as much time as men on household chores and caring for children (Bureau of Labor Statistics).
In good news, the past few decades have shown major changes! There has been a sharp rise in father's staying at home with the children, or sharing the chores commonly left for their wives. In Canada in 2011, 12% of fathers stayed home with the children while mothers earned an income, up from just 1% in 1976 (Statistics Canada). This shift shows how traditional family structures are being reshaped, as well as gender norms.
The Gift of Time: The best gift is a day off!
Although household work is starting to be divided among family members, we believe mothers still deserve a day off from worrying about cleaning. If you know a mother who would appreciate a sparkly-clean home, give her the gift of time this Mother's Day and let us do the work!
AspenClean's premium home cleaning gift certificates make a fantastic gift! These can be ordered over the phone or through our website, and are delivered by email within 24 hours. Please note, we currently provide cleaning services in Vancouver, Calgary, and Toronto.
AspenClean uses only natural, non-toxic cleaning products and is rated A+ by the Better Business Bureau. Our services are recommended for individuals with sensitivities or families with children, as we are 100% chemical free. Together, our Cleaners and Microfiber Cloths will keep your home fresh and clean, without leaving behind any chemical toxins or residues. The only scents left behind are from the organic essential oils used in our products such as lavender, lime, bergamot, and grapefruit! To learn more about what makes us different, click here.
Call us at 1.855.925.9900 or click below to order a gift certificate! Buy a Certificate!
“AspenClean has always done a professional, impeccable job of cleaning our home! Their attention to detail is unsurpassed! We are most impressed and wouldn't hesitate to recommend them to anyone.”- Jason S, West Vancouver, BC
Household facts sources:
Posted on May 2, 2016 by AspenClean Marketing
Visit AspenClean (Booth #1745) at CHFA West: Western Canada’s largest natural health and organics trade event! Register for FREE by April 29th!
About CHFA West
CHFA West 2016 takes place Sat May 14th & Sun May 15th at the Vancouver Convention Centre. Visiting retailers will meet hundreds of natural health manufacturers, distributors, and brokers. With 65,000 square feet of innovative products, 650-plus industry-leading exhibitors, and a wide range of educational seminars, CHFA West is your chance to network, learn and grow your business!
Register for FREE by April 29th!
Use the discount code below to register for the show online by Friday April 29th & receive FREE entry! If you miss the online deadline, you can still use the code when registering in-person to receive a discounted rate. This offer is valid only for retailers and natural health practitioners.
The Canadian Health Food Association (CHFA) is Canada’s largest trade association dedicated to natural health and organic products. Their mission is to lead, empower, and support members to promote the growth and advancement of the organic and natural health products industry. The natural health product industry contributes $3 billion, and the organic product industry contributes another $4 billion to the Canadian economy. CHFA is committed to promoting and protecting both. Formed in 1964 from a grassroots community of health food pioneers, CHFA now represents over 1,000 member businesses across Canada. Learn more at chfa.ca
About the CHFA
Posted on Apr 27, 2016 by AspenClean Marketing
More than 80,000 chemicals have never been fully assessed for toxic impacts on human health and the environment. Here are some common toxic compounds to avoid:
Phthalates: Perfumes that are causing males in many species to become feminized. They also promote early onsets of puberty, fertility issues & even possible birth defects.
Parabens: Preservatives that can increase the risk of cancer – particularly breast cancer. This chemical also has a negative impact on reproductive functions.
SLS/SLES: They are known as being an irritant to the eyes & skin. They may also form into a carcinogen when combined with other toxic chemicals.
Dyes: The chemical ingredients used to produce artificial colours are considered toxic, carcinogenic & they may even contribute to ADHD.
Triclosan: It is classified as a pesticide, which can contribute to heart disease & failure. It can also negatively affect hormones & may disrupt normal breast development.
Fact source: healingthebody.ca/five-common-household-chemicals-to-avoid
Fact source: blog.naturalhealthyconcepts.com/2012/07/16/what-toxic-chemicals-is-your-body-absorbing-infographic
5 ways to avoid toxic compounds & protect your health:
Ingredient Disclosure: Look for products that disclose ALL ingredients.
Avoid Fragrances & Dyes: Choose products without dyes & that contain natural scents/essential oils.
3rd-Party Certification: Look for products that are 3rd-party certified, such as EcoCert® certification (ecocert.com/en).
Natural Recipes: Choose products with natural formulas, or make your own simple cleaning recipes.
AspenClean has developed brochures and posters discussing the toxins found in common household cleaners and the steps individuals can take to ensure harmful products aren't used in their home. These resources are available for distribution. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to order brochures and posters for your office, school or organization.
Posted on Apr 18, 2016 by AspenClean Marketing
Spring Free From Cleaning! April 13th-26th
Enter the DrawTo celebrate Earth Month, AspenClean is giving away a Spring of free cleans - 3 months worth of cleaning services, valued at $1000!
Enter the draw for this amazing prize at any Greater Vancouver Whole Foods - West Vancouver, Cambie, Robson, Kits or Burnaby locations.
Share Your Earth Day Resolutions Earth Day is on Friday April 22nd.
Share your Earth Day resolution on Facebook or Twitter for an extra contest entry! Tag @AspenClean & @WFMVancouver, and use #EarthDay in your post.
Pick Up Product On Sale!
While you're entering the draw, pick up some AspenClean products on sale! Our All-Purpose, Bathroom, Kitchen and Glass Cleaners will be on sale for $4.99 at all locations!
(Regular price $8.95)
To find the closest Whole Foods to you, click below: Locations
Posted on Apr 11, 2016 by AspenClean Marketing
The Environmental Working Group (EWG) is a non-profit, non-partisan organization dedicated to protecting human health and the environment. Their research shows that the cleaning industry still has a long way to go to ensure that the cleaning products we use are safe. Many brands make it difficult, if not impossible, for consumers to learn whether a product contains chemicals that can cause reproductive problems, exacerbate asthma, burn or irritate your skin or harm the environment.
Their analysis revealed that:
- Almost three-fourths of common cleaners contain ingredients that may have worrisome effects on respiratory health.
- More than one-fourth received scores indicating moderate to high health concerns because they contain ingredients or possible impurities that have been linked to increased cancer risk.
- One-fifth of products got scores indicating moderate to high health concern because they have ingredients associated with developmental, endocrine or reproductive harm.
- Almost half of the products were rated “poor” on disclosure because their ingredients are not adequately listed on product labels and company websites.
The AspenClean Difference
The EWG studied 237 bathroom cleaners to assess their safety. Only 4% received an “A”, more than 50% of the cleaners received an “F” rating. Many of these products contained chemical ingredients with proven side effects, including everything from skin irritation to cancer. We are proud to say that every single AspenClean product was deemed “A-level”.
Top-Rated: AspenClean's Bathroom Cleaner, Glass Cleaner, Dish Soap & All-in-One Concentrate
In addition to presenting AspenClean with their best rating, the EWG has added our Bathroom Cleaner, Glass Cleaner, Dish Soap and All-in-One Concentrate to their select list of "top-rated" products. We value and appreciate the EWG's continued support of AspenClean products in their mission to promote human health and the environment! Learn more about our "top-rated" products below:
Bathroom Cleaner - Our Bathroom Cleaner contains organic lime & lavender essential oils. This foaming bathroom cleaner is formulated to work best on soap scum and hard water marks. It is safe and effective on multiple bathroom surfaces.
Glass Cleaner - Our Glass Cleaner contains organic lime essential oil and cleans glass, windows and mirrors without leaving streaks. It is safe and effective on kitchen and bathroom fixtures, tiles, chrome and enamel.
- Our Dish Soap contains organic geranium & orange essential oils. Our ecological liquid dish soap leaves dishes sparkling while being gentle on your hands.
All-in-One Concentrate - Our All-in-One Concentrate contains organic grapefruit & lavender essential oils. It is a powerful and economical one stop solution, effective for most cleaning needs. It can be diluted up to 40 times, or can be used as is for all those super challenging jobs.
Posted on Apr 7, 2016 by AspenClean Marketing
The 10th Green Living Show takes place at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre from April 15th - 17th. This 3-day event features thousands of eco and health related products, influential speakers, toxic-free beauty and fashion, and a much-anticipated food feature with local, organic food created by some of Toronto's top chefs!
Get your tickets!If you received a PROMO CODE from us, enter it into the "Promotional Code" box before hitting the "Buy Now" button
Visit us at the show (booth #637) to take part in our special promotions:
- 25% off all products!
- Free Microfibre Cloth with the purchase of 2 AspenClean products!
- Enter our draw for a chance to win a free cleaning service or free products!
To help celebrate the show`s 10th anniversary a set of 10 AspenClean products will be given away from the main stage each day of the show!
(4 Cleaning Sprays and 4 Microfibre Cloths, along with a Dish Soap and SuperScrub powder)
Follow AspenClean on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram to learn about the show as we get closer to the event!
We look forward to seeing you there!
Posted on Apr 1, 2016 by AspenClean Marketing
Here at AspenClean, we believe in living naturally. While Spring Cleaning season means giving your home a good scrub down, we remind you to avoid the use of chemicals in your cleaning routine. What many don’t realize is how all those chemical-filled cleaning products can be hazardous to the environment and personal health; on average, there are more than 150 toxic substances linked to cancer that float around our homes! Having a sparkly-clean house this Spring can be achieved without using harmful chemicals - trust these simple and traditional tools!
Your Natural Cleaning Kit
1) Baking Soda
Cleans, deodorizes, and is a good scouring powder
2) White Vinegar
Cuts grease, and is a mild disinfectant
3) Lemon Juice
A mild bleach, and deodorizes
Bleaches, deodorizes, and is a mild disinfectant
5) Pure Soap (Castile Soap)
A general purpose cleaner that is completely biodegradable
6) Washing Soda
Cuts grease, and bleaches
7) Lavender & Tea Tree Essential Oils
Natural antiseptics against bacteria, viruses, and fungi
A natural disinfectant
9) Citric Acid
Cuts grease and is a natural cleaning agent
10) Grapefruit Seed Extract
A natural antiseptic
Natural Cleaning Recipes All-Purpose Cleaner
Mix 30ml (2 tbsp-tablespoons) pure soap (such as Dr. Bronner's Castile Soap) with 1 liter warm water. Add 60 ml (1/4 cup) lemon juice to help cut grease. Or mix 60 ml (1/4 cup) baking soda (or Borax) with 1 liter (4 cups) warm water. Add 60 ml (1/4 cup) lemon juice to help cut grease.
Mix 60 ml (1/4 cup) vinegar or 15 ml (1 tbsp-tablespoon) lemon juice with 1 liter warm water.
Tub & Tile Cleaner
Mix 500 ml (2 cups) baking soda with 30 ml (2 tbsp-tablespoon) borax. Separately, mix 15 ml (1 tbsp) pure soap with 1 ml (20 drops) of lavender essential oil. Combine liquid and powder in one container and mix together. It is great on sinks, tiles, tubs, toilets, etc. – it will get your kitchen and bathroom sparkling.
Mix 250 ml (1 cup) water with 10 ml (2 tsp-teaspoons) tee tree oil. It removes mold from surfaces and can be used on walls, ceilings, basements and to deodorize toilets.
Use washing soda and borax. Mix 125 ml (1/2 cup) washing soda or borax with 1 liter hot water.For laundry, add 125 ml (1/2 cup) washing soda in each load to whiten whites and brighten colors. For additional cleaning power, add 125 ml (1/2 cup) borax. Sunshine is the best disinfectant in the world! Just put your laundry out on the sun for an hour. Your clothes will smell and look great!
In 1 liter spray bottle, add 2.5 ml (1/2 tsp-teaspoons) citric acid powder, 1.2 ml (1/4 tsp) borax, 250 ml (1 cup) vodka, 25 drops Grapefruit Seed Extract, and 750 ml (3 cups) purified water.
It is safe to use on carpets, bed linens, etc.
Air Freshener-Lavender Mist
Add 30 drops of lavender essential oil to a 150 ml glass mister bottle filled with warm distilled water. Shake well before spraying. Enjoy the aromatherapy.
Quick Tip: To remove rust from stainless steel surfaces without harsh chemicals, make a paste from cream of tartar & a small amount of lemon juice. Wipe on and buff off...and done! Stainless steel can also be cleaned with undiluted white vinegar to keep it shining day to day.
Posted on Mar 28, 2016 by AspenClean Marketing
Here's a question we ask ourselves a lot at AspenClean: why don't more people use green cleaning products?
A decade ago, there was an easy answer: alternatives simply weren't available. Or they were expensive. Or they simply didn't work.
Now, of course, everything has changed. Green cleaning products are everywhere, and rarely cost significantly more than their toxic alternatives. (You can see how affordable our products are in the AspenClean shop
But one lingering problem remains- and it's the biggest myth AspenClean has been working to overcome. The popular perception is that green cleaning products don't work.
The idea is that you need
corrosive, toxic chemicals in order to deal with the messes and stains of everyday life. Paradoxically, people think that hazardous chemicals are a necessity in order to make your air "fresh."
Strange- to us, at least. But the myth persists- that all-natural cleaners are featherweights, and can't hold their own.We are working to change that.
We came up with a full, comprehensive line of cleaning products to tackle every spill and mess in your home- even the tough ones. And we put those products to the test everyday with our residential cleaning services.
AspenClean home-cleaning has always been a premium service- and our customers expect exceptional results.
But we trust our products. And so we only
equip our teams with AspenClean all-natural cleaners. The results speak for themselves. AspenClean continues to get fantastic reviews in Vancouver, Calgary, and Toronto- definitive proof that green is all you need.
But a picture is worth a thousand words. That's why we were thrilled when an AspenClean customer named Carla sent us the following images of her experience cleaning old stained copper pots. For this job, Carla trusted AspenClean all-natural dish soap. Take a look:
A job well-done by Carla. And she did it without any exposure to harmful chemicals, and without causing damage to the environment.
That's the win-win-win of green cleaning products.
Posted on Feb 5, 2016 by AspenClean Marketing