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Nampa company cleaning first responder vehicles

Nampa company cleaning first responder vehicles
Posted at 5:27 PM, Apr 14, 2020
and last updated 2020-04-14 19:27:46-04

NAMPA, Idaho — When COVID-19 became a reality in Idaho, a Nampa-based restoration service company trained their staff and technicians on cleaning up after the virus. Resto Clean owner Nate Morris decided they could help first responders who are busy doing what they do to keep us all safe.

The company is offering free services to clean Nampa and Caldwell Police patrol cars. Morris said it was the least they could do.

"We thought you know, how could we be a light in our community?" said Morris. "And this is one thing we talked about was maybe disinfecting police department cars, fire station trucks and then facilities, going in and actually spraying them down with disinfectant."

Resto Clean can clean about 40 vehicles in two hours, and they even brought in their marketing people to help clean and keep them busy.