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post #1 of Old 09-08-2009, 12:49 PM Thread Starter
 
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post #2 of Old 11-16-2009, 01:36 PM
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Interior post construction cleaning

[Can you help me to quote the cleaning of 48,000 sf of new school construction (interior and windows)
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[Can you help me to quote the cleaning of 48,000 sf of new school construction (interior and windows)
The 'How to Manual' referenced in this post can be found at yourcleanfuture.com/ . I no longer have the manual. (Had a change of heart about going into the cleaning business.) However, if you are looking for pricing formulas I would very much recommend purchasing the manual. They give all that sort of info.
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post #4 of Old 06-19-2013, 05:20 AM
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Any chance of bringing this back or is there any other cleaning how to manuals looking forward to reading one?

Hello my name is Hugh Armstrong and I work for a company called Champion Cleaning Services who provide cleaning services in Warrington, carpet cleaning in Warrington & commercial cleaning in Warrington.
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Hello guys. I'm new to the cleaning business and have an opportunity to pick up a HUGE bar/restaraunt. Or job is to clean bathrooms/floors. Right now looking at a tennant sweeper to prep floors for mop (anyone have experience?) and am looking for most efficient/cost effective way to clean bathrooms with urinals, etc...

I was thinking of using a bucket with scrub brush for all toilets/urinals. And have seperate mop bucket for floors. I'm thinking that you wouldn't want to mingle mop buckets from different areas(bathrooms/dining areas). Any input would be huge and it honestly would really mean a lot to me


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