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post #1 of Old 01-15-2015, 08:09 AM Thread Starter
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Cleaning Bathrooms with Recycled Fabric Softener Sheets

Cleaning Bathrooms with Recycled Fabric Softener Sheets.

Interesting article:

http://www.cleanwithasmile.blogspot....to-handle.html
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That might work for someone that has as many houses a week as they do loads of laundry but if one has 20-50 houses per day you would have to work out a deal with a laundramat.

Have you ever heard of microfiber? I see you talk about white cotton towels and back 10-12 years ago that's what we used but it's 2015 now!
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You are correct about microfiber cloths

You are correct. I don't do regular house cleaning for clients. I was referring to 2 bathrooms I have in my own house.
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Oooohhh gotha. I thought you did a lil cleaning along with the walls.

Lots and lots and lots of people start a house cleaning business thinking... this is the way I do it at my house and this is what I use. But what happens if you leave a long hair on the counter at your house? Tell who ever found it to clean it next time if they don't like it.

But if a customer finds a hair on their counter you get a complaint call.

Or if you clean a mirror at your house and you can't get all the lint off. Oh well, maybe next time.

At a customers house thy are paying you for THIS time. There might not be a next time if you leave lint all over.

By using microfiber they save time and when in a customers house, time actually IS money.
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Oooohhh gotha. I thought you did a lil cleaning along with the walls.

Lots and lots and lots of people start a house cleaning business thinking... this is the way I do it at my house and this is what I use. But what happens if you leave a long hair on the counter at your house? Tell who ever found it to clean it next time if they don't like it.

But if a customer finds a hair on their counter you get a complaint call.

Or if you clean a mirror at your house and you can't get all the lint off. Oh well, maybe next time.

At a customers house thy are paying you for THIS time. There might not be a next time if you leave lint all over.

By using microfiber they save time and when in a customers house, time actually IS money.
take it easy there. Matt here is trying to advertise his blog through our forums.
I believe most of the things he shares here are a bunch of DIY for newbies.

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I love this forum as every time I visit this forum I get a few very good house cleaning tips. But this time I am looking for a company to do this. Do you have any option for me?

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I love this forum as every time I visit this forum I get a few very good house cleaning tips. But this time I am looking for a company to do this. Do you have any option for me?
Laney I suggest you indicate where you are. That way cleaners can line up to bid for a job. You could also leave a contact #,that should speed things up.

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