Maid to Clean® “Green Cleaning” Featured in Bethesda Magazine

Green cleaning maid service management team at Maid to Clean

Maid to Clean Owners Cindi and Merced Bermudez

With spring around the corner, our thoughts are turning to — what else? — spring cleaning.  And with that in mind, we’re pleased to be featured in the spring issue of Bethesda Magazine‘s “All Things Green.”  For our newer clientele in Bethesda, Silver Spring, Rockville, Takoma Park, Kensington, and Chevy Chase, the profile is a great opportunity to get to know us a little better.

Owners Cinderella and Merced Bermudez have been cleaning green since Maid to Clean®’s inception in 1996.  Part of Maid to Clean®’s knock-your-socks-off customer service philosophy is safety — for the client, the cleaning staff, and the environment.  Here is an example of how we “green” our customer service:  When the Maid to Clean® team has finished washing a floor with our green recipe of water and vinegar, it is immediately safe for the members of the family who are closer to the ground:  babies and pets.  No harsh fumes, no toxic chemicals — just simple, green, and clean.

So you can reproduce our safe and sparkling results in your home, here is our floor cleaning recipe:

Mop with a solution of ½ cup distilled white vinegar and 1 gallon warm water.

Stay tuned for more green cleaning tips, and follow us on Twitter for additional green buzz

1 comment so far

  1. Los angeles maids on

    Every effort counts in caring for our environment. Going “green” in cleaning is definitely the wiser choice. No toxic chemicals around. Its not just safe for the environment but also safe for us!

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