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post #1 of Old 05-18-2015, 01:58 PM Thread Starter
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Cleaning caddies?

Does anyone have recommendations for a cleaning caddy? I seem to be so unorganized and have a cleaning tote, bucket, and I put my cleaning cloths in shopping bags, and the mop, broom, etc... I just seem to make a lot of trips back and forth. I am searching for something to hold most of the products and supplies I need for each job. Any suggestions?
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post #2 of Old 05-22-2015, 06:44 PM
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I'll put a couple caddys up online next week so you can take a look at a couple we have in stock! I'll let you know when they are up. It will be on www.westernjanitorsupply.com
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post #4 of Old 06-11-2015, 10:05 PM
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I don't know of any way not to feel like I am moving into my clients home what with all the stuff I drag in. I bought a nice heavy duty plastic tote from Home Depot, in the tool department. It has a center handle and all my cleaners fit nicely. I put my microfiber rags in a sturdy plastic tote bag. I also have a double sided bucket for mopping but I don't always bring that depending on the home. And since I believe in repurposing stuff and saving money I bring 2 large empty plastic cat litter pails with handles (I have 3 cats ) and put any extra stuff I need that won't fit in my tote in one and the other pail I use to toss my dirty cloths/mop heads in as I clean. It may not look professional but my clients think its a great idea! And of course I have to bring any mops and my vacuum cleaner. I get tired just lugging all of that stuff in and out and up and down stairs but I think of it as good exercise!
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Do you have a lot of bottles of chemicals you bring in or just basically the caddy, vacuum, mop, broom and (3??) pales?
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