A two part review here. Here is the blurb I sent to Green Clean when they requested a quote from me, a loyal customer: I’ve been using Green Clean every two weeks for over a year. My decision to use them was primarily because of their commitment to using non-toxic cleansers. The Green Clean staff is consistently friendly, capable, and efficient. They work well around my dogs and have never damaged any of my possessions. To be frank, hiring a cleaning service or person in Los Angeles brings a giant set of unknowns. With Green Clean I feel secure in knowing my residence is cleaned safely and professionally without any doubts as to its environmental impact. I look forward to their lovely notes and a clean house left behind after a job well done. Now, let me qualify a few things. I use a non-toxic cleaning service because I have a high maintenance dog with severe allergies and a wife who makes me a better person by using environmentally friendly products. Truthfully, I really just don’t care any more. I went to a severely liberal arts school, I spent years being holier-than-thou and to be perfectly honest I don’t give a shit if someone uses fresh orphan blood to clean something as long as it works. But these are the compromises one makes in a marriage and as long as stuff feels clean I can support the hippie attitude. I’m sorry that others had negative experiences with Green Clean. The staff has always been very nice and done a solid job 95% of the time. With non-toxic cleaners you have to use a lot more elbow grease to get stuff clean and these folks have never skimped on my watch. I am here the entire time they do the cleaning and try and stay out of their way. Perhaps that’s why I’ve gotten such a good experience. Or I’m not creating as much filth as I could and not challenging them. Truth be told, their fancy Miele vacuum doesn’t get all the dog hair off my hipster Flor and I’ve got to do my own Hoovering later in the week. But it’s clean. I acknowledge I pay more for the experience. With a $20 tip, a two person crew takes two hours and costs $115. I tip $20 ($10 each) because I like them. Could I pay less? Probably. Do I speak Spanish? No. Am I paying more to satisfy my inner hippie? Probably. Have I done any due diligence to find out if I’m paying more because they offer health benefits, union options, or other progressive “Green” values? No. This red is only concerned about his own green.
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