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Auburn named second cleanest city in America

We always thought it was Chewacla, but apparently there’s another reason for the Auburn-Opelika area’s pine fresh scent: $59.79 worth of cleaning supplies per house, per month.

That’s enough to place second on something called Alice.com’s “Cleanest Cities” list. (Click to enlarge.)

Knoxville is $7.16 cleaner than we are, but Tuscaloosa actually uses negative dollars on cleaning, which doesn’t really make sense, but hey—it’s science.

h/t Kenny Smith, Opelika-Auburn News, graphic via.

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