If you would like to sign up for our regular Wheelie Bin Cleaning Service, please feel free to fill in the contact form below.
We require you to fill in the entire form to reach us, it helps us avoid bogus bookings and spam. If you cannot fill in all fields of this form please feel free to call us instead.
UPDATE – MAY 2022 | With high numbers of new customers booking in daily it can be hard to deal with them all inside of working hours but rest assured your service will begin on the day of your waste collection. We will always send a welcome text but not always immediately, PLEASE DO NOT DOUBLE BOOK US WITH OTHER COMPANIES!! It wastes our time, fuel and costs us dearly!
Once the booking is received your address is added to our Wheelie Bin Cleaning Service list straight away, Cleaning will start from the day of your next green bin collection. Please do not be concerned if we do not confirm the booking immediately, at busy times it can take a few days. Once the booking has been made, please feel free to make payment online.
Please do not use this booking form to get a “One-Off” clean from our Wheelie Bin Cleaning Service, it will not be tolerated! As a result, a forced “One Off” clean from the company will be charged at £15 per bin.
Minimum contract is six months for fortnightly service, Twelve for monthly.
Our Rock Ferry Office:
0151 644 7414 (Temporarily Unavailable)
Mobile (Rachel): 07739 800865
Our Prenton Office: 0151 200 2292
Mobile (Ben): 07540 298965
(Call/Text one of the mobile number on weekdays, it will result in a much faster response as we work long hours on the job)
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We clean the bins at the back of our vans, as a result, the spray splashes towards the rear of the van. The bins are dirty and carry all manner of bacteria. This is why we use our market-leading eco-friendly disinfectant, as a result, the bacteria die. We also provide a black bin liner to all our bins, These are heavy duty. When we can we use biodegradable bags or recycled bags. We can also safely dispose of maggots, then coat your bin with a deterrent. As a result, flies will be less likely to visit your bin.