Green Maids Featured on RedFin’s Blog!

Green Maids Owner, John O’Brien was recently featured in Redfin‘s Blog. The article talks about house cleaning tips that professionals swear by. John’s Tip: Utilize White Vinegar – White vinegar naturally disinfects, cleans dirty surfaces, absorbs odors, removes mildew and even cleans windows! For more tips click HERE to read the full article.

Tile & Grout Cleaner

Mix equal parts vinegar and water into a spray bottle; Spray affected area with solution; Scrub with baking soda; Rinse with vinegar/water solution; Wipe clean with a microfiber cleaning cloth

In The News!

Green Maids marked 10 years in business in March and and we’re commemorating the milestone with upcoming beach cleanups to continue our mission to provide the cleanest environment for the Seacoast! Continue reading the newspaper article on our 10th Anniversary here.

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2019 Beach Cleanup Schedule

At Green Maids, our commitment to the environment goes beyond cleaning withall-natural, biodegradable, earth friendly and non-toxic cleaning products.Green Maids also utilizes as much organic and green products as we can in our day-to-day operations. We wear organic or recycled uniforms, give out business cards made from recycled or seeded paper to be planted, and …

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Thank you Adriano Batti

A huge thank you to Adriano Batti for his great photography work of the Green Maids photo shoot. We love the way he captured us doing what we do best!

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How can I clean my home safely?

Eco-friendly cleaning is something that Green Maids strives to promote.  To that end, we have designed this inforgraphic to show people how they can use a few simple ingredients found at home to make safe cleaning products.

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