Hope M

AMAZING! AMAZING! All around AMAZING job! Truly passionate about leaving your home exactly the way you

Robert P

The girls from Maid Green, Darlene and Ann, are top notch professionals!  They worked quickly and proficiently, and did a

J. Rudell

Maid Green scrubbed all three full bathrooms inside and out, as well and vacuumed and wiped clean all window sills

Kris B

Maid Green was very responsive and professional. He took time and was very patient in answering my questions. I really

Harvey

Cleaning technicians are prompt, friendly, efficient, and easy to communicate with. It’s more expensive than hiring an individual but it’s

Ron

Maid Green was excellent from start to finish. It was simple to reach them to set up the appointment, the

Linda

Maid Green is wonderful. I try to use them monthly, but I think May was the last time. I’ve been

Marlene

Punctuality is one of the things that is important and they are an

Dave

The price was fair. I was

James

Could not ask for better service. In constant contact with provider who asked for specific needs if any so that

WHat our Clients say

residential

Recurring starting at
$105.00

One-Time starting at
$129.00

commercial

Recurring starting at
$99.00

One-Time starting at
$129.00

windows

Homes starting at
$50 per hr

Apartment starting at
$45.00 per hr

Green Cleaning Tips 1

Fill a spray bottle with a 50/50 mixture of 3% Hydrogen peroxide and water and keep it in every bathroom to disinfect without harming your septic system like bleach or most other disinfectants will. After rinsing off your wooden cutting board, pour or spray hydrogen peroxide (and then vinegar) on it to kill salmonella and other bacteria.

  • White vinegar
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  • Baking soda
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  • Rubbing alcohol
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  • Hydrogen peroxide
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  • Lemon Essential Oil

Green Cleaning Tips 2

Sometimes when the fridge smells like last weeks leftovers,  just place some used coffee grounds in a small bowl and leave it in the fridge.  The smells disappear everytime!

  • White vinegar
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  • Baking soda
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  • Rubbing alcohol
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  • Hydrogen peroxide
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  • Lemon Essential Oil

Green Cleaning Tips 3

Remove coffee and tea stains and eliminate bitter off-tastes by washing mugs and coffee makers in a solution of 1/4 cup baking soda in 1 quart of warm water. For stubborn stains, try soaking overnight in the baking soda solution and detergent or scrubbing with baking soda on a clean damp sponge.

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  • Baking soda
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  • Rubbing alcohol
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  • Hydrogen peroxide
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  • Lemon Essential Oil

Green Cleaning Tips 4

Lemon Oil – Un-stick the sticky goo your kids leave behind with stickers and gum with lemon oil.  In case you leave your laundry sitting in the washer too long, just add a few drop of lemon oil and your clothes won’t get that nasty smell.

  • White vinegar
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  • Baking soda
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  • Rubbing alcohol
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  • Hydrogen peroxide
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  • Lemon Essential Oil

Green Cleaning Tips 5

Vinegar and water mixed together in a spray bottle can clean almost anything!  I use it for kitchen and bathroom countertops and even my stainless steel appliances.

  • White vinegar
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  • Baking soda
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  • Rubbing alcohol
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  • Hydrogen peroxide
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  • Lemon Essential Oil

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Maid Green is an environmentally friendly professional cleaning service established in 2006. We provide exceptional cleaning services for your home or office while protecting the environment.