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post #1 of Old 12-15-2007, 07:02 AM Thread Starter
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Hello from Virginia

Hi everyone!

I see a few faces from other boards here...I am glad I was guided here!

I am Torrey and I own/operate a small aromatherapy maid service in the Tidewater/Hampton Roads region of Virginia. My husband is my business partner and we have four employees. We started in August of this year.

I hope I can share info and draw lots of experience from the pros!

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Welcome to the site Torrey.
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Hi everyone!

I see a few faces from other boards here...I am glad I was guided here!

Take care,

Yea Torrey's here!!

Glad you joined !

Welcome!

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Hey! Good to see you here How is it you instantly get responses to your intro and I have to beg for responses? Lol. Must be the avatar gives you more cyber-personality.

I was just thinking of you as I used Mrs Myers Gernanium scented countertop spray! It is aroma-therapeutic so I thought you might like it. I really like the bottles because they fit easily into an apron pocket (you can even carry two)
Sorry about the thread hijack... I should just email you.
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I was just thinking of you as I used Mrs Myers Gernanium scented countertop spray! It is aroma-therapeutic so I thought you might like it. I really like the bottles because they fit easily into an apron pocket (you can even carry two)
Sorry about the thread hijack... I should just email you.
don't just email torrey...keep posting your questions to her and others here.

i want to go aroma-therapeutic also and need all the tips i can get.

my houses are clean when i finish them but don't "smell" clean even though i green clean them. i need tips to add essential oils to my cleaners to make the scents linger.

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Hey Torrey
Glad to see you here, I know that you have a lot to contribute to the forum and it will be very much appericated.


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Hey! Good to see you here How is it you instantly get responses to your intro and I have to beg for responses? Lol. Must be the avatar gives you more cyber-personality.

Some of us know Torrey from other places so it was more of a "hey friend", glad you are joining us here kind of thing. I am very happy to have you here

I was just thinking of you as I used Mrs Myers Gernanium scented countertop spray! It is aroma-therapeutic so I thought you might like it. I really like the bottles because they fit easily into an apron pocket (you can even carry two)

I really want to move to the aroma-therapeutic area of the cleaning...thanks for the company reference and especially if the product is easily toted into a client's home! I carry way too many things into some homes.
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Suzi,

Check out the bucket boss line of organizers and aprons. All-spec.com has a great selection and great prices...the best on the 'net.

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Thanks for this tip

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Check out the bucket boss line of organizers and aprons. All-spec.com has a great selection and great prices...the best on the 'net.

Torrey
The aprons are very nice and were on sale for under twelve dollars each. Thanks for the link to that site.

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You are welcome. I love those aprons!

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