In November of 2011 Aslett officially opened his Museum of Clean. The museum is housed in a converted warehouse designed to meet LEED-EBOM Platinum standards. It took five years of preparation to get everything ready for opening day. The museum showcases the past, present and future of cleaning. “Anything that cleans, we display it” says Aslett. There’s artwork, sculptures, hands on displays and Kid’s Clean World – a three-story sphere filled with activities that show kids how to clean. Aslett says “I’m sold on the word “clean” and I think sometimes in our industry we overlook how valuable clean is. Things unclean depreciate…Clean has huge power.
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I’m so excited I feel like a kid on Christmas Day! I’ve been trying to get this “blog, independently hosted by a third-party but nested in my website” thing figured out for six months now. Truth be told, I still haven’t figured it out – I just threw my hands up and contacted an SBI coach to give me a hand. Three cheers for my coach, Richard Bialocur!
Later today, I’ll be making my first cleaning related post. If you have ideas for future postings, please let me know. I want this to be informative and interesting for you. I can’t wait to share with you some of the interesting things we come across in the course of a day, and how we attempt to solve those issues. Talk to you later!