There's much to see in the great state of Idaho but no attraction may be as unique as the Museum of Clean in Pocatello, Idaho. This place is legendary and makes a ton of sense. Think about it -- look everywhere around you and there's a timeline of how it came to be behind it. According to their site, the museum was founded by Don Aslett who has written 40 books and "completed more than 6,000 seminars, workshops, and T.V. filming nationally and internationally." Simply put: Don is an American Patriot.

The site says the museum is a massive 74,000 square foot complex. Now, I know what you're thinking: "How much history is there to be learned about cleaning to warrant a 74,000 square foot complex?"

More than we can show you! There are a few exhibits, however, we can't ignore.

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There is a museum in Pocatello that is dedicated solely to cleaning. While they have plenty of fun exhibits you can explore, here are a few of our favorites.

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