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.