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Privately held company
IndustryBusiness & Facilities Supplies
Founded 📆
Founder 👔Dan Dillon (Chairman)
Headquarters 🏙️,
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Key people
Rich Hebert (CEO)
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📞 telephone is a wholesale distributor of janitorial, office, restaurant and food service, health and medical, technology, industrial, and safety supplies. It is based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. In a study conducted in 2018, CleanItSupply was ranked No. 2 among the Top 50 B2B companies for the purchase of Jan/San[1] (janitorial/sanitation) and cleaning supplies by the B2B financial company Apruve®[2]. As a national wholesale distributor, CleanItSupply ships its products from over 150 warehouses across the United States, serving both commercial and residential customers, and it also provides bulk ordering options for businesses and organizations.

The company sells a wide range of goods, such as cleaning chemicals, janitorial supplies, paper products, and safety gear. also offers a selection of green cleaning products, which are designed to be environmentally friendly and have a minimal impact on the environment.


Dan Dillon founded in his garage in 2005. According to the company’s web site, is now a multi-million dollar e-commerce distributor with over 200,000 products in its warehouses, serving nearly half a million customers in the U.S. As part of his commitment to customer service, Dillon has branded himself as "Danny D" on CleanIt TV (hosted on YouTube)  and has produced thousands of videos demonstrating to customers how to use the products sold by the company. In 2015 acquired [3]making it the largest online distributor of Rubbermaid Commercial Products.


  1. " finishes second to Staples in a recent ranking of the top 50 B2B janitorial/sanitation eCommerce sites". Retrieved 2023-01-17.
  2. " Among Top Jansan Ecommerce Websites - ISSA". Retrieved 2023-01-17.
  3. " Acquires". PRWeb. Retrieved 2023-01-17.

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