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Donald Andrew Aslett (born 1935) is an American entrepreneur, author and public speaker who specializes in cleaning and housekeeping products, services, and techniques. Aslett resides in Pocatello, Idaho.
While studying at Idaho State College (now Idaho State University) in 1957, Aslett and Arlo Luke formed Varsity Contractors Inc., a janitorial service, to help pay his college tuition. The Pocatello, Idaho-based company is now a full-service janitorial contractor with total revenues of $190 million.
Aslett has written over 35 books on cleaning topics, including Clutter's Last Stand and Do I Dust or Vacuum First?: Answers to the 100 Toughest, Most Frequently Asked Questions About Housecleaning. With his eldest daughter Laura Aslett Simons, an interior designer, he co-authored a volume titled Make Your House Do the Housework. He also wrote Is There Life After Housework.