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It's my least favorite type of job. I only usually do it for existing customers.
 

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Not My Favorite either

I must confess that is not my favorite job either, but what needs to be has to be done.
 

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I'm sorry I wasn't very clear but when you use the Shaklee Get Clean products, cleaning anything such as carpets or anything else in a home or building is so much easier...!

By the way, what can I call you J4K...?
 

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Hey Shaklee salesperson, I happen to be an IICRC and CRI certified cleaner with ten years in the biz. Can you tell me what ph your cleaner is? Is it certified by the CRI? Do you even know how to clean a carpet or tile floor? Does it contain butyls? How about the amount of V.O.C.'s? Solvents, builders, cations, anions? Does it strip acid dye resistors? How about using it on tile, is it acidic? Will it harm stone? These are all questions a Professional would know.

Do not peddle your wares unless you are willing to back it up with knowledge, and contribute to the health of the board. I am not a moderator of this board, and maybe I'm out of line here, but I do not appreciate someone trying to sell something without contributing knowledge.
 

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I never said I was a professional cleaning service at all but I know that Shaklee has no chemicals in it at all...

If you really want to know more about their products, the site below will let you know more...

You're right though, I should not be so excited about something I love so from now on, I'll only speak when I have something helpful to add...
 

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Michael, you are bordering on highly annoying. I don't know how much internet experience you have but what you are doing is absolute spamming and violates message forum protocol. Let me tell you what affect you are having on me and probably 99% of the pros here. I wil never even consider using the product you are peddling because you are acting like a snake oil salesman. By your admission you have no experience and to be honest it sounds like you don't even know your own product all that well. If you have something intelligent to add to a conversation/thread then by all means do so. If you come across as a professional versus an infomercial, people will naturally begin to follow your signature links. Wise up man, we are not mindless automotons that buy something based on rhetoric.
 

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Very good point Ken and I hope to learn a lot from everyone here...!
 

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Hello Spotless Touch,

I'm not a professional carpet cleaner but I know a thing or two about cleaners and it is my recommendation that you avoid all kinds of chemicals all together...

There is actually a company out there that has developmented a highly concentrated & effective cleaner that has absolutely no chemicals in it whatsoever...

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I am new in this business and have been getting calls from apartments to do clean ups on move outs. they want me to give them a price that will include you know a basic clean up. Frige, stove, floors, carpet, restrooms, bathrooms, windows, front door, patio area. I told them I would get back to them with a bid, but what do you guys think I should bid? please help me out here! Thanks guys......maybe this will also help: all area are carpet except of course restrooms and kitchens!

apt 1 - 700 sq. ft.
1 bedrooms, 1 bath, patio

apt 2 - 840 sq. ft.
2 bedrooms, 1 bath, patio

apt 3 - 940 sq. ft.
2 bedrooms, 2 bath, patio

apt 4 - 1089 sq. ft.
2 bedrooms, 2 bath, patio
 
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