New York City is going to need a phone cleaner in the next few years.
Google Fiber, the cable-TV service that is currently in beta testing in the city, announced today that it is acquiring the cleaning tools company Vinyl Siding Cleaners, which specializes in phone cleaning.
Google has been testing the service in the Big Apple, with the company already working with the city to get it going.
Google said that Vinyl Sides will “deliver on the promise of customer-centric customer service,” which is likely to mean cleaning up after your phone.
Vinyl Siders services are typically used to remove dust, grime, and water stains.
Google plans to keep the service separate from its cable TV service, though it’s not clear what that might entail.
Vinyl has been a customer of Google Fiber since it launched in October 2016, and has been working with Google to test the service and build out its service.
The city of New York has been experimenting with the services for a number of years, and Vinyl has seen a few customers in the last year or so.
The company, which has offices in New Jersey and Virginia, is also currently testing the services in Baltimore, Boston, and Chicago.
Vinyl also has locations in San Francisco, Chicago, and Los Angeles.
The service has been in beta for a few months, and the company’s founders, Rob Wood, and Adam Siegel, have been working on the project for a while.
Google’s plan to move into the phone cleaning business isn’t entirely surprising.
Google is a big fan of the service, and it is rumored that Google Fiber will have its own phone cleaning service.
Google also announced a new mobile app in October, and that could mean that Vinyl’s new services could soon be available on Android and iOS devices.