I suggest placing nothing other than the Honest Cleaner logo on your shirts.
...In all "seriousity" it depends on who the T-shirts are for? Are they marketing/advertising swag? The kind you give to your customers and anyone who'll have one? Or are they for you, your family and workers to wear around town and on days off? Answering what your intent is will provide the answer as to what you should put on your shirts.
A a general rule, always keep it minimalistic, it's a branding product not a billboard. Placing to many clashing colored logos and text will make it too busy and unappealing to most people.
Now that I'm thinking about it (if this is for you and your staff to wear) I'd place just the white glove icon larger than life on the front of the shirt. No writing, no business name, nothing but the actual logo itself. When it catches someones attention and they ask you: "Hey whats the pointing finger?" You say glad you asked and hand them a biz card.