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12-15-2010 09:44 AM
aqualityassured
Cleaning Apartment Buildings Can be tough!

Oven cleaner cleans the oven well. Lime away cleans the tubs well. you need to be careful cleaning with lime away. You must follow manufacturers cleaning instructions and rinse well. Using microfiber towels will be a great investment for you. You will be able to clean any house, office or apartment faster with less chemicals. If you are looking to clean offices or houses you will be able to transition well use these towels. When cleaning apartments, if it's the unit is not that dirty with microfiber cloths you may be able to use a environmental friendly cleaning solution and allow time for it to dwell then wipe it off. The key is dwell time and less cleaning solution.
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12-09-2010 06:11 AM
cutegirl Thanks for sharing your tips, but i have more authentic useful and great tips on house cleaning, floor cleaning, Kitchen Cleaning, Bathroom Cleaning, Dinning Room cleaning, home decoration, dinning room decoration, dinning room furniture, cheap bedroom furniture, bedroom furniture, furniture and bedroom decoration and many many more......
12-08-2010 09:58 PM
cleaning girl
Need help, apartment building.

Hello, my name is Victoria and I recently started a cleaning company. I only have one account, it's a 9,000 sq ft office building and they supply all cleaning supplies and equipment. I recently put in a bid (and 99% sure I got it, my bro-inlaw works there) on cleaning the hall/stairs/laundry area, they have 30 of those areas to be cleaned weekly. And I would also clean apartments as they become empty. I have a few question since all of this would be new to me.

Does anyone know the best way to clean the ovens, and microwaves?
Is there a product that works really well in a nasty tub?
Any advice on the best techniques or anything would be great.

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