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Advertising Your Residential House Cleaning Business

Are you just starting out your own residential house cleaning business? Do you have a pile of rags, cleaning solutions, dusters, a vacuum cleaner, and broom and are ready to take over the neighborhood? With any new business, you will need to work hard at the beginning to land those first customers. Being successful at residential house cleaning requires that your customers trust you, feel comfortable with you in their home, and value your work. Here are some ideas to get started in advertising your house cleaning services: Canvas the neighborhood with fliers An enticing flyer will be easy to create on your home computer. Cleaning images can be found freely using the clipart that comes with most word processing programs. Include all the pertinent information you need, including name, phone number, list of services, and if you are just starting out you may consider including a discount or coupon for the first cleaning. Consider using brightly colored paper to print out your fliers. To save space, you may cho...

 


How to Store Cleaning Supplies

Every household has likely collected a team of cleaning tools and it becomes important to safely store these cleaning supplies and solutions properly. Learning how to store and properly organize your cleaning supplies will help to keep them from getting into the hands of small children or being accidentally ingested by pets. Here are some vital tips on how to properly store your cleaning supplies. Store in a Dry and Cool Place Make sure that you store your cleaning supplies in a clean and dry place. It is important that your storage space does not fluctuate wildly in temperature as that may interfere with the cleaning solutions and their effectiveness. Keep out of reach from children and pets Store your cleaning supplies in a high to reach area such as a higher cabinet in your laundry room or garage. Or you can consider storing your cleaning supplies in a locked cabinet; this will definitely ensure that your supplies will not get into the wrong hands. A high to reach place or a locked cabinet will ensure ...

 


How to clean molds?

The answer to this question depends on the surfaces the mold has growing on and how severe the mold has gotten. Mold in or on windows: If using a mold product, read the label, apply it for the right dwelling time (how long it needs to stay on the surface before cleaning), Clean the mold, wipe it down, bag the cloth /paper in a bag and seal it of (tie it up), then throw it away, it is also good to hepa vacuum and clean all surfaces. Also make sure you have lots of fresh air coming into the area you are cleaning. If the mold is on your dry wall, you are better of calling us; "do it yourself" in cases like this usually creates a much bigger problem than you originally had, such as cross contamination or exposing you and your family to potential health risks. It's better to know how to prevent mold on windows: Wipe down the condensation that is on and around your windows; further more prevent condensation in the first place: If you see condensation on your windows it is a good indication that your heat is too hig...

 




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