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post #21 of Old 07-18-2016, 04:04 AM
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very useful informations
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Hi, Rosalind. It is very important to analyse first what type of flooring you have at your home because every flooring has own nature like some opposed water or some not. Make sure you consult with the expert cleaners who can help you better initially as you are newbie.

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Great information. learn a lot from here
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post #24 of Old 02-09-2017, 08:26 AM
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Tile floors are very common here in Florida. In my business, I usually use Meyer's Clean Day products, because they are safe, they clean well, and they smell really great. I dont use ammonia - the fumes can be toxic to you! Vinegar is great, but most of my clients want their homes to SMELL good, and vinegar doesnt.

The idea of using oxygen cleaning products is interesting to me and I might try it, but I would definitly add something else to make them smell good.

I read somewhere that old vinyl floors can be made to look nearly new by using Scrubbing Bubbles types of products, This one I want to try, when I get a home that has such a floor.
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thanks for the link,the closest school is a ten hour drive for me know of any in northern california? i have seen some instructional dvd sold that claim to cover everything you need to know to start a t&g cleaning buisiness think that would be just as good minus the certification?
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