BinWizards Cleans, Sanitizes Your Trash Can. Yes, It Works.
BY: ANDREW COLTON | Editor and Publisher
DELRAY BEACH, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2022 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — Delray Beach resident Jay Rossett had a problem. He had gross trash cans. He lives in a gated community that only permits trash cans to be outside on trash day. And his garage was starting to smell.
“I looked into cleaning them,” he said, “and I found next to nothing locally, but there were services in other states that actually cleaned trash cans.”
Rossett continued to research, realized there was a business to be launched, and ultimately bought the truck you see in the photo above. He and his employees are now busy seemingly all day, every day, cleaning trash cans in Boca Raton, Delray Beach, Boynton Beach, and across Palm Beach County.
“At first it seemed funny cleaning garbage bins and people were calling me the garbage man, now people say this idea is genius, I need that service, how do I sign up?!”
BocaNewsNow.com tested the BinWizards service and found it works exceptionally well. The BinWizards truck — which looks like a converted trash truck — comes on “trash day.” After the trash collectors leave, the BinWizards workers pull up and load your trash can into their truck where it is pressure washed, sanitized, wiped down, and returned. The process is fast. The results are impressive. Our test trash can smelled like a new car — not a trash can — after it was cleaned.
“The business is growing steadily,” said Rossett. “Our customers are really happy with the service, especially because of how easy it is to sign up and knowing all they have to do is leave their garbage bins outside on garbage day and we will be there after the garbage has been picked up. There is a reminder text before and one after when the service is complete.”
Rossett points anyone interested in clean trash cans to his website, BinWizards.com. He offers subscription pricing. He also offers this observation to anyone on the fence about whether the service is really needed in Florida, or not.
“It is important to have clean trash bins so maggots don’t grow inside of them,” he said. “Also the smell from the garbage combined with the Florida heat turns out to be a recipe for insects and infestation and a horrible odor.”
FTC notice: BocaNewsNow.com received a complimentary trash can cleaning to verify the service but has not received financial remuneration for this article.
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