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MaidPro constantly improves in our quest to provide you with the fastest, highest quality cleaning service possible, including our choice of cleaning chemicals. MaidPro has tested hundreds of products to find the ones that will give you the highest level of cleanliness while still being safe for all the surfaces of your home. We have chosen the Procter & Gamble Mr. Clean Professional Line because of its cleaning power, speed, safety and disinfecting power.
The Mr. Clean Professional Line consists of commercial versions of the high quality, trusted brands you use at home, such as Spic & Span and Comet. This product line is packed with the power of hospital-grade disinfectants to keep your family safe from bacteria and germs, but is carefully designed to leave your house smelling fresh and clean without that hospital-strength smell. The Mr. Clean Professional Line includes the mildest disinfectants and solvents possible to balance your need for a clean, disinfected home with our need for employee and environmental safety.
The Mr. Clean Professional Line cleans fast so we can clean more of your house in less time, saving you money. All of these products are nonabrasive and safe on even the finest surfaces (including marble, porcelain and sealed wood floors) so we can ensure the safety of one of your greatest investments - your home.
MaidPro is proud to use Mr. Clean Professional Line in your home because of the concern Procter & Gamble has shown for the environment and the consumer. P&G has led the way in industry-wide manufacturing waste reduction, including such successes as reducing their overall packaging per case by an average of 27% and a 37% reduction in waste, air and water emissions from their manufacturing plants since 1990. Procter & Gamble does not use child or forced labor in any of its global operations or facilities. In addition, since 1989, P&G has donated thousands of gallons of Dawn dish detergent to animal rescue operations to clean animals after oil tanker spills.
Procter & Gamble contributed more than $77,000,000 this year alone to educational, health, and human service charities, including more than $3.7 million toward September 11 th relief. This is why Business Ethics magazine ranked P&G first in its 2001 list of 100 best corporate citizens.
* Some MaidPro offices may not be using these supplies