Rhyno Pressure Washing cleans city park and playground

Cornelius Burton, owner of Rhyno Pressure Washing, isn’t just a businessman; he’s a dad. And he isn’t taking the COVID-19 outbreak sitting down. On Tuesday, March 17 Burton and his family stopped by Ogden’s city park to disinfect the playground. “We power wash houses and businesses, so with the coronavirus around and kids out of school, we thought it would be a good community service project to clean parks…” Burton said. “I have kids, and it just makes sense to clean the swings and everything.”

With the nation staring down a pandemic, Burton feels that everyone who can do something to help, should do something.

If any other communities in Boone County need their parks disinfected, Burton says he’d be glad to do the job. At the Ogden city park, Burton used five to ten times more Clorox than required to meet CDC disinfection recommendations. He’s not out to make money. He wants to give back to the community.

Burton has lived in Ogden for 30 years, and feels that giving back is a way of life for everyone in town.

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