Molly Maid announced today that the home cleaning brand’s iconic pink and blue uniforms have received a touch-up, with the addition of state-of-the-art “mop” slippers.
In homes from coast to coast, Molly Maid cleaning teams are now using this tech-savvy, pink-branded footwear to make cleaning more efficient and effective, as floors that previously were mopped the old-fashioned way are now being mopped “by feet.”
Lisa Mathias, a veteran home cleaner with Molly Maid of Missoula, Montana said of the new footwear, “What took so long? I mean, come on. Every step brings you one step closer to clean. Once you get used to how they feel with the battery pack, [the pink “mop” slippers are] kind of cute – in a high-performance, cutting-edge sort of way.”
The breakthrough in home cleaning technology was discovered and subsequently brought to life in Molly Maid pink by the Molly Maid research & development lab in Ann Arbor, Michigan. The mop slippers were created in part, using research findings provided by the Healthy Floors Institute (HFI) in the Mopping BranchLink opens in a new tab area of the Mark Twain National Forest in Beaver, Missouri.
“It’s no secret that clean floors help make happy homes. That’s why we focused our efforts on developing these new slippers,” says Meg Roberts, Molly Maid President. “When you combine form, function and fashion aren’t we all winners?”
What’s Molly Maid’s next R&D project? “That’s a secret,” says Roberts. “Next April 1st we will make another major announcement.”