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“It’s Not That Bad” – House Cleaner Pet Peeve

“Not that bad” It’s a phrase customers use when describing their home. “Come clean my space. It’s not that bad.” And they want the house cleaner to give them a price quote over the phone.

Want some cleaning advice? Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru says if you say those words; “My house is not that bad” your price just went up.

Today on Ask a House Cleaner we learn that if you want a fair price, you have the let the housekeeper or maid service see your house.

They don’t want to bait and switch, but they have to clean the basics at every house. They have a series of routine tasks and pretending your home isn’t that dirty is a house cleaner pet peeve.

Labor Laws – House Cleaners Push Back

Labor laws are tough when employees know how to rig the system. House cleaners push back in rebellion knowing which labor laws they can use for a free ride.

But it’s the business owner and customers that suffer when there is an abuse of labor laws. Clients pay for maid service and housekeepers take advantage as rule breakers.

Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru suggests setting boundaries with rules, tips, and tutorials. Today we Ask a House Cleaner about Independent contractor status as a solution to firing and unemployment. Be a savvy cleaner and be a savvy boss with new rules for your business.

Toilet Bowl Ring – 3 Different Types

Toilet bowl ring nastiness creeps upon us all. Did you know there are three types of toilet bowl rings? They mean different things and you need to clean each toilet bowl ring a different way.

Today on #AskaHouseCleaner we cover some DIY house cleaning secrets for 2017. Learn how to rid your loo of the toilet bowl ring.

Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru walks us through non-toxic toilet bowl cleaners. And we’ll talk about hydrochloric acid, SDS (Safety Data Sheets) Green cleaning and more.

Diversity For House Cleaning Staff?

Diversity for house cleaners is paramount to the success of your cleaning business. Why diversity? Because respect for cultural sensibilities is necessary for house cleaning employees and customer service.
Today on Ask a House Cleaner we look at the benefits of the diversity of opinions, and diversity of work ethics.
Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru has news for your maid service. “If you want to grow your cleaning business, be a savvy cleaner and embrace the differences.”

Family Support for House Cleaning Biz Owners

Family support is crucial to the success of any business.
But how do you get family support as a house cleaning business owner? We Ask a House Cleaner about moral support, communication, sharing, and encouragement.
Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru says family support starts at home. The key to prosperity lies your family understanding your maid service and having a belief in you.
A savvy cleaner will help their success by caring for family and doing their own housekeeping. Make your own family feel as important as your clients.