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Name For "green" Home Cleaning Business
Posted by Anonymous on
12/5/2007 at 6:59 AM ET
Working on starting a home cleaining company in the Mass area(s)
I plan on using all "green" cleaning products, that are chemically free and safe for all, better for the environment etc...
There are very few companies of this kind in the area.
Promoting for better health, safer for kids, non-toxic, less waste, etc...
I was thinking "Mrs. Green Clean" like the old Mr. Green Jeans from Captain Kangaroo...
any help would be greatly appreciated.
12/5/2007 at 7:39 AM
Clean by Nature
Nature-Friendly Cleaning Service
Pure Method Cleaning Services
12/5/2007 at 9:22 AM
Mrs. Green Clean is good. Here are some other ideas:
The Queen of Green Clean
EcoClean Your Home
12/5/2007 at 9:52 AM
Thanks for all those that applied. The name is so important. You want to make sure it covers what you do...
I like the names given.
I like the one I came up w/ I just did not know if it sounded cheesy. Thanks
12/5/2007 at 12:53 PM
Being an asthmatic I'm thinking how much easier I breathe when green cleaners are used and how sick I get when the bad ones are used. So for me
Breathe EZ Clean
Mrs. Green Clean is great though.
12/5/2007 at 10:23 PM
Put me down as another supporter for Mrs Green Clean.
Now go quickly and claim the domain name, register and trademark your business name so nobody can do it before you do!
PS only question in my mind is whether these people
might object to you registering a name similar to theirs?
12/6/2007 at 1:25 AM
A lot of the people using your service will probably not know Mr. Green Jeans. People giving the news last night didn't know who Don Rickles is. sigh..
Organic Cleaning. When I was looking it up for here in Phx not too long ago, I didn't even think to look up 'green cleaning'. I did look up organic cleaning though. [at $50 an hour I did not hire them]
To me, going green is what one does, and it's a HUGE thing now. those that are interested in having their homes cleaned without chemicals though, will be looking for something that says it's without chemicals. Not everything green is chemical free.
12/6/2007 at 6:20 AM
Thanks for the latest 2 responses...
I realize not everyone is going to know who Mr. green Jeans was, however I was just using a play on words for that.
The funny thing about cost, is that these products don't cost more. in the long run your saving a bundle. so no need to charge more than your competitors. You typically charge based on size of home and time.
Now, to ChrisB, I like the name too. Yes need to register the domain name and all that. It is close to greenclean.com, but close is not the same though, right?
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