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post #1 of Old 01-08-2014, 02:40 PM Thread Starter
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I have a question regarding 2 start up kits
I am not new to doing cleaning but new to cleaning office(if that makes sense) I know what is needed to get a cleaning business up and running (legally like papers) but I am lacking in alot of other ways. I am interested in 2 office cleaning kits and wanted to see if anyone recommends them. If not what should I do?
-1st kit is the Suze and Ev kit and 2nd is the Your Clean Future kit
I know people that are in this business but none wants to help or guide me.
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post #2 of Old 01-08-2014, 10:57 PM
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I haven't started my own business yet. I've only been doing research on getting things started for about a week now. So use your own discretion for what I'm about to say.

I can't speak for what's in those kits, but after a quick glance I don't know what could be in them that isn't available for free on the internet with a little googling.

A quick YouTube search I found this channel /user/thejanitorialstore

While I haven't watched many of them I've used some of there videos before. When I started working for cleaning company my boss sent me some of these videos. They seemed to explain things pretty well. And it looks like they have some videos for the business side of things.

Have you been too ? Assuming you're in the US they have a lot of info for starting a business.

There seems to be a lot of people on here who are helpful too. I would think between here, google and YouTube I think you'll do fine without those kits.

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