Dust, client hell, tools, bathrooms
Dust. What's your solution? I've tried swiffer dusters, and a microfibre cloth with water or glass cleaner. Toilets are the worst. Seems like the dust just gets smeared and wiped around, I get fed up and end up using a paper towel.
How do you deal with the dust/lint on your toilets?
What is your dusting technique? I find I just cant get the dust off of black furniture made of that "cheap wood"
The really really dirty house....
You know the type... the one that's so filthy, you can't even picture how a person could function in this home? I discovered a booger wall, and a pube collection in a pot heads home. It took FOUR HOURS to clean one bathroom and to scrub the walls, door, floors, baseboards in ONE hallway which was covered in dog mess, pot smoke, and god knows what else. How do you clean rooms that are this bad? I started from the top of the room, with a bucket, soapy water, and a scrub brush, and literally scrubbed every surface down to the floor, and cleaned the water up with towels and sponges as it drained. (mind you, this person had a pube collection on the floor between his toilet and the wall....) There were filth covered towels, magazines, and clothing items, which I piled in the hallway.
Last edited by cleaningsol; 11-15-2013 at 11:31 AM.