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Dealing with Maggot Infestations in Your Dirty Trash Cans

How Curbside Trash Can Cleaning Services Effectively Eliminate Maggots from Your Spokane, Washington Trash Bins

Let's face it, Spokane residents dislike the task of taking out those dirty trash cans – it's just another thing we need to remember to do. The fact that the bins are dirty and smelly makes it all the more unenjoyable. And when the weather is warmer, your trash cans will be filled with all sorts of grim & debris that can fester in the heat. In particular, food scraps create a perfect nesting ground for flies. Hot trash cans filled with nasty trash waste is precisely where maggots thrive.

Once maggots infest your trash bins and in order to prevent the situation from getting even worse, you'll need to act quickly to clean + disinfect the pails. A professional curbside trash can cleaning service like the one offered by Octowash Bins of Spokane, Washington will greatly reduce the risk of having to deal with maggots and other vermin when moving your trash bins in or out of your property.

Why Do Maggots Infest Your Spokane, Washington Trash Cans and Recycling Bins?

What exactly is it that allows those maggots to thrive inside of your dirty trash bins and recycling cans and how does a professional trash can cleaning process eliminate this vermin and help prevent them from returning?

When flies are searching for a place to lay eggs, they seek out locations that offer warmth, protection, and food. When they're not properly maintained, your hot, dirty Spokane trash bins are the ideal location for flies and their eggs to thrive since trash cans offer all of these things in abundance.

Rotting organic matter is the preferred food source for maggots. Obviously, your trash bins are filled with all sorts of organic waste in the form of food scraps, etc.

Warmer weather will cause the interior of your trash bins to become hot and humid. These higher temperatures, especially during summer months, enhance the odor of food remnants inside your bins. This makes it even more appealing for files to enter the bins and lay eggs. From there, it's not long before your property is polluted with maggots along with the terrible odor of dirty trash cans. In a short time, these disgusting maggots hatch, growing into adult flies who then continue the breeding process. Just a few of these tiny maggots will eventually turn into a disgusting trash can infestation.

How to Prevent Trash Bin Infestations of Maggots

The cleaner you maintain your trash cans + recycling bins, the less likely it will be that you’ll ever have to deal with nasty little maggots. Hiring our curbside trash can cleaning service for your residential Spokane, WA property is the best and simplest way of dealing with this nasty situation.

Regular curbside cleaning and sanitizing of your trash cans and recycling bins will not only prevent infestations, but your garbage pails will look and smell their best at all times.

The Curbside Trash Can Cleaning Weapon that Kills Maggots Living Inside of Your Spokane Trash Bins

Octowash Bins' curbside trash can cleaning + disinfecting process uses water heated to over 200° while pairing it with an eco-friendly disinfectant to kill all of the nasty vermin living inside of your cans. The 360 degree rotating spray heads will thoroughly clean the inside of your trash cans, reaching every nook + cranny for complete sanitization! Any maggots residing inside of your bins are instantly destroyed and the surface is cleaned + disinfected, creating a much less maggot-friendly environment.

How to Get Started with Trash Bin Cleaning Services in Spokane Washington

If you're ready to schedule a convenient curbside trash can cleaning service from Octowash Bins and you live in Spokane Washington including 99201, 99202, 99203, 99204, 99205, 99207, 99208, 99209, 99210, 99211, 99212, 99213, 99217, 99219, 99220, 99223, 99224, 99228, 99252, 99256, 99258, 99260, give us a call at 509.596.0044 or sign-up here. Thanks for reading our blog. Use promo code BLOG to get 10% off 2024 pricing!