Yesterday late afternoon on my way home I heard the familiar sound of wheelie bins being pressure-washed in my neighbourhood.
Someone’s bin was being spoilt and their bin would be left cleaned and fragrant (and more superior than mine).
You must have seen the wheelie bin cleaning van in Chandler’s Ford before:
As the van was driving out of the close, I made a brave and rare decision – I stood by my well-loved bin and flagged down the van.
(I don’t normally flag down a random vehicle in the street, ok?)
Adam got out of the van and promptly gave my wheelie bin an instant special treatment.
Adam loaded the bin to the back of his specially equipped vehicle, and in the next few minutes, I watched how my bin was pressure washed, inside out, and ‘perfumed’, and smelt just like a summer breeze afterwards.
Adam happens to be the boss of the ecowheeliebin business, Hampshire’s biggest independent wheelie-bin cleaning company.
Adam is from Hedge End. He told me he started the business in 1999. He used to work for Red Funnel, and later engage in property selling, but later decided to grow this wheelie bin cleaning business.
Adam said the chemical they use for cleaning is ‘enzyme-based’ and the chemical is completely harmless to the surrounding area, pets, etc.
They also use Southern Water approved method to dispose of the waste water.
In just a few minutes, My bin was spoilt, deep cleaned, and smelling fresh with a VIP treatment.
It does make me feel rather happy.
You all know I don’t normally ‘advertise’ businesses on the site (and my bin doesn’t get any more preferential treatment than yours with this review, and I don’t get a commission either), but a happy wheelie bin makes a happy webmaster. I’m sure your happy webmaster will make Chandler’s Ford Today better.
Every 4 weeks (1 clean) £3.50
Paid a year in advance (12 cleans) £35.00
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