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Locals Donate Their House Cleaning to Overworked Medical Workers

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Medical workers who want to be included in the Cleaner Living program should contact cleanerliving@outlook.com.


BEND, OR (March 25, 2020)
– As clients cancelled their house cleaning appointments amid COVID-19 fears and social distancing, Cleaner Living NW owner Elizabeth Buchanan asked her clients, “would you like to donate your clean to a medical worker instead?” Many stepped up and said yes. Medical workers in Central Oregon, on the front line of the pandemic, are working long hours and putting their own lives at risk. As a way to give back, Cleaner Living, with the help of their clients, wants medical workers to be able to come home from a long day of work to a clean, disinfected space.

“I’m overwhelmed by the generosity of our clientele,” said Buchanan, “and so grateful to have a way to help our medical community.” When cleaning the homes of medical workers, Cleaner Living uses the same 51-point home disinfection protocol they currently use for all residential cleans. With anti-bacterial cleaning solution, disposable gloves, and professional microfiber clothes, high touchpoints in the home like handrails, remotes, light switches, etc. are sanitized and disinfected.

“We have some of the best cross-contamination protocols in the industry,” explains Buchanan, “and we’re only improving them as we learn more about COVID-19.” All microfiber rags and mop pads are sanitized when washed. Each house cleaner brings fresh microfiber cloths to each home. Once a microfiber cloth or mop pad is put into service, it is contained in a plastic bag and sterilized afterwards. Cleaner Living’s regular protocol is designed to expose each household to as few people as possible and the staff bypasses the office.

“It feels so good to have a way to contribute,” said Jill Falco of donating her house cleaning to a medical worker. “I wanted to step up and do my part to support the incredible people who are helping our community.”

Medical workers who want to be included in the Cleaner Living program should contact cleanerliving@outlook.com.

“This is a scary time, but we have a compassionate community willing to do what they can to support our medical workers,” Buchanan said, “It’s nice to know we are all in this together.”

“I’m overwhelmed by the generosity of our clientele,” said Buchanan, “and so grateful to have a way to help our medical community.”

 

About Cleaner Living NW

Our mission at Cleaner Living is to enrich the lives of our clients through superior quality chemical-free home and office cleaning, legendary customer service, and the highest level of customer satisfaction in the house cleaning and commercial cleaning industry.

Cleaner Living believes that not only are our client’s high priority so is the health of their home and their family. We strive to ensure every home or office we clean is not just cleaned but detoxified as well by using all natural, environmentally sound cleaning products and methods.

We also believe that our staff are the most important part of our company, and our success depends on creating and retaining the best of the best cleaning team members through valuable perks, thorough training, extensive screening and vetting, excellent wages and a company culture consisting of fairness, trust and compassion towards one another.

Cleaner Living prides itself on being a real homegrown Oregon company.

Cleaner Living believes in giving back to the community and participates in Cleaning for a Reason, a program that provides home cleaning for patients in active cancer treatment.

 

Contact:

Elizabeth Buchanan

Founder & Owner

(503) 888-6611 655 SW 7th St., Redmond, OR 97756

cleanerliving@outlook.com

 

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