Pocatello, Idaho: Don Aslett Museum of Clean

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Don Aslett's Cleaning Center

711 S. 2nd Ave., Pocatello, ID
Southwest side of town near the train tracks. On the west side of S. 2nd Ave. between E. Carter and E. Lovejoy Sts.
T-Sa 10-5 (Call to verify) Local health policies may affect hours and access.
Adults $6.
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Don Aslett Museum of Clean.

Don Aslett Museum of Clean
Over 6,000 vacuums, dust busters, and rug beaters, collected by spic-and-span businessman Don Aslett, are part of his mission to spread the virtues of cleanliness. Roadsideamerica.com Report...
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Museum of Clean: "I'm trying to give clean its rightful place in society," said Don Aslett, whose name graces the Museum of Clean in Pocatello, Idaho. Aslett, who owns a multinational cleaning business, has spent six years and $6 million of his own money to open the museum in a 80,000-square-foot, six story building in his hometown. [02/26/2012] Complete Story...
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Don Aslett in the feather duster gallery.

Museum of Clean

Cleanliness is nearer to godliness, at least in elevation, at the Museum of Clean, which has expanded to a third floor. 84-year-old museum founder Don Aslett -- a former janitor and successful businessman -- was on hand for the grand opening of the floor, which is exclusively devoted to sweepers and vacuums. One of the machines on display is Aslett's favorite, a professional model used by hotels, but absent from the display is a Roomba, which Aslett says is an inferior vacuum.

Aslett said that the fourth floor, scheduled to open in 2020, will feature washing machines and soap. The fifth floor, to open in 2021, will display devices used in science and medicine, making surfaces so perfectly clean that they're germ-free. "This is not a how-to-clean museum," Aslett told the Idaho State Journal. "It's a be-clean museum."

[RoadsideAmerica.com Team, 12/23/2019]

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Don Aslett Museum of Clean

Awesome museum. A must stop if traveling I-15. Take the tour.

[Steele Travelers, 10/20/2018]

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