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Ask A House Cleaner, How To Speed Up Slow Maids , Savvy Cleaner

How to Speed Up Slow Maids

“Can you tell me how to speed up slow maids? Speed cleaning is how I grow my cleaning business and maid service. I have a worker who comes to clean with me and clean my space and she’s super slow. Can you speed up slow maids or should I let her go?”
Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru says you can speed up slow maids. And she shares her pro cleaning tips in today’s house cleaner training.
Our Ask a House Cleaner sponsors for this show are Savvy Cleaner (maid service training.) HouseCleaning360 (list your cleaning business and find more clients.) My Cleaning Connection (a resource hub for this cleaning channel and others.) And Savvy Perks (employee benefits for maids and house cleaners.)

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Ask A Housecleaner, Suspend House Cleaning Service, Savvy Cleaner

Can They Suspend House Cleaning Service?

“Can a customer suspend house cleaning service for no reason? I’m trying to grow my cleaning company. But I’ve gotten a few calls “I want to suspend house cleaning service until further notice.” What does it mean when a customer says I want to suspend house cleaning service? Can they break a cleaning contract like that?”

Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru says anybody can cancel service at any time. And people cancel house cleaning for different reasons. But if you have lots of clients who terminate service it might be you. 

Today’s Ask a House Cleaner sponsors are Savvy Cleaner (maid service training.) HouseCleaning360 (a way to boost your cleaning service in the search engines. (My Cleaning Connection (A resource hub for more cleaning stuff.) And Savvy Perks (An employee discount network where you can save money as an independent business owner.

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Ask a House Cleaner, Obsessive Compulsive Cleaners, Savvy Cleaner

Obsessive-Compulsive Cleaners & How to Cope with OCD

Obsessive-Compulsive Cleaners are among us. They clean our homes with OCD counting rituals and approval addiction. But are obsessive-compulsive cleaners able to do the same job as regular maids? 

On this cleaning channel, we Ask a House Cleaner about obsessive-compulsive cleaners. Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru gives expert cleaning tips for OCD housekeepers. Your worksheets allow you to keep your counting in check. And inspecting your work as you go keeps you on task. 

Also recommended for obsessive-compulsive disorder symptoms is CBT. (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy)

Today’s sponsors are Savvy Cleaner (House cleaner training and certification.) Savvy Perks (Employee benefits for small business owners.) My Cleaning Connection (a hub for cleaning resources.) And HouseCleaning360 (a referral hub connecting home service providers with homeowners.)

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Ask a House Cleaner, Annual Cost for Cleaning Supplies, Savvy Cleaner

What is the Annual Cost of Cleaning Supplies?

What is the annual cost of cleaning supplies for a startup cleaning business? 

We Ask a House Cleaner the annual cost of cleaning supplies and if it’s cheaper to mix solutions or make your own.

Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru says clean with me on a budget you create from ready to use cleaners. The annual cost of cleaning supplies can scale up or down. It’s determined by the number of customers you serve as a professional cleaner. 

As you scale your business you can save money by using concentrates and buying cleaning supplies in bulk. 

Today’s cleaning hacks brought to you by Savvy Cleaner Training for house cleaners and maids. Savvy Perks – Employee benefits for the small business owner. And My Cleaning Connection, a resource hub where you can find recipes for all-purpose cleaning solutions.

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Ask a House Cleaner, Entitlement, Savvy Cleaner

Entitlement – House Cleaning Customers Acting Entitled

Entitlement is a problem with house cleaning customers. You go to bid a job and they’re like “clean my space, I’m a VIP, and I need special treatment.” They reek of entitlement with expectations of speed cleaning and they deserve a discount. 

The entitlement starts with the promise of rewards and a license to be rude. They expect you to stay longer than the job requires because they deserve it all. 

They have special rights, expect favors, and the rules don’t apply to them. 

Angela Brown in today’s Ask a House Cleaner talks about freedom from entitled and demanding customers. 

Today’s sponsors are Savvy Cleaner (House Cleaning Training.) HouseCleaning360 (A place to list your cleaning service and find cleaning customers.) And My Cleaning Connection (a hub for cool cleaning resources and stuff.)

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