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post #1 of Old 03-29-2015, 01:20 PM Thread Starter
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learning floor care in missouri

is there a siminar and/or somewhere that will train me how to strip/wax floors?
I am putting in a bid for a janitorial contract and the boss as if I knew how to do floor care. Of course I said NO but then he ask if I could learn and of course I said YES lol. i have time but I want to get this in this works. I live in missouri and would be willing to travel to learn this area of cleaning. Anyone have any suggestions? Oh the breakroom floors are sort of like old grocery store/hospital floors. Reminds me of linoleum squares...ugly white squares. I dont think its ever been stripped and waxed...thanks
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I know a guy in KC that will teach you. He is VERY picky. He would only teach you if you pay attention. He takes no BS when it comes to teaching. The cost would be $1000 cash upfront.

If you agree to this I will talk him in to teaching you. Let me know.
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Always wanting instruction for free. Too bad because floor jobs aren't hard to get and can be very profitable. I guess just another person that doesn't want to spend $1k to make $100k.
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Always wanting instruction for free. Too bad because floor jobs aren't hard to get and can be very profitable. I guess just another person that doesn't want to spend $1k to make $100k.

The reason I didn't answer your reply is

1. your first comment rubbed me wrong....asking me to agree to pay for a service at $1000.00 which I would never do without thoroughly checking the person out.
2. I found your approach unprofessional
3. Why on earth would anyone take you seriously given the manner in which you replied to my post?
So yes please don't waist your time any further
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As always..... excuse after excuse. It wouldn't make me any difference if you ever learn or not. You are the one that is missing out, not me or him. I'm sure you will make many more excuses in life to not be as successful as you could so.... carry on

And by the way.... why do I need to be 'professional'? Not only did this not have anything to do with MY business, I'm one of those that.... if you like what I say great and if you don't... shove it!

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I'm talking to Ken on the phone and he says this is as professional as he will get...... SHOVE IT!
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