New Healthy Home Cleaning Company
Crunchy Cleaning by Cindy is now open, and owner Cindy Bisanti uses Norwex cleaning cloths with the power of silver ions and BacLock technology, and eco-friendly, homemade cleaning products and essential oils to clean homes throughout Lee and Collier counties. Without the use of harsh chemicals that might be ingested or absorbed into the skin, Bisanti’s approach is safe for children, pets and people with compromised immune systems, making homes sanitized, bacteria-free and fresh-smelling. Cleaning times are flexible, and prices are generally $50 per hour, but are ultimately determined by the nature and extent of the job.
Bisanti, who spent years doing traditional home cleaning, says she “had enough of dealing with chemicals that burned my fingertips and made me feel poisoned. I fell in love with the ‘crunchy’ concept for cleaning” as the term is akin to eating granola which is “along the mindset of the all-natural, what health-conscious people are likely to eat.”
For more information or to arrange for a cleaning visit, call 239-202-3151, email Cindy@CrunchyCleaning.com or visit CrunchyCleaning.com.
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