Vacation rental – what’s under your kitchen sink? Vacation rental cleaning usually involves a turnover service. But if guests want to tidy up? Do they have the cleaning supplies they need under your kitchen sink?
Every #VacationRental, AirBnB, VRBO or Short-term rental needs a clean-up kit under your kitchen sink.
In today’s #AskaHouseCleaner, Angela Brown shows you how to organize under your kitchen sink. Learn staging and restocking tips for guests DIY cleaning. Guests clean up when they have the right stuff.
Today’s sponsors are Savvy Cleaner (Training and certification for house cleaners and maids.) And #TurnoverCleaningTips (Airbnb cleaning resources.)
What are cruelty-free cleaning products? A customer asks “Can you clean my space with cruelty-free cleaning products?” And I don’t know the difference between Kosher cleaning products and vegan cleaning products. Are non-toxic, eco-friendly, cruelty-free cleaning products all the same thing?
Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru gives cleaning advice on Multi-Level-Marketing or MLM detergents. What is the difference and what do the labels mean.
Today’s Ask a House Cleaner sponsors are Savvy Cleaner Training (House cleaner training.) Savvy Perks (the rewards program you earn from your boss when you complete your Savvy Cleaner Training.) HouseCleaning360 (the place you go to find people hiring house cleaners.) And My Cleaning Connection (a resource hub for Cruelty-Free products.)
“That stinks.” Do you have cleaning supplies that smell bad? Do your customers hate the horrible smelling cleaning detergents you’re using? Are you using vinegar for cleaning? Because that stinks.
Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru says “I hate the smell of vinegar, but I use it because it’s non-toxic and does a great job to clean my space.
If a customer says “That stinks.” Then it does to them.
It would be nice if a customer would say “The house smells amazing rather than the house smells awful.” But if the odor of cleaning supplies is their concern, it’s time for a change.
Today’s Ask a House Cleaner sponsors are Savvy Perks (employee benefits for small business owners.) HouseCleaning360 (List your business, find some customers.) Savvy Cleaner Training (for house cleaners and maids.) And My Cleaning Connection (a resource hub for all things cleaning.)
Let’s talk sponges. Should you use sponges for house cleaning? Or do sponges carry too much bacteria? And when should you use a non-scratch scrub sponge (or scrubby sponge) over a Magic Eraser sponge?
We Ask a House Cleaner how to disinfect a sponge and best kitchen sponges for everyday use.
Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru talks type of sponges and the best sponge for cleaning a bathroom.
Today’s sponsors are Savvy Perks (Employee perks program for small business owners.) Savvy Cleaner (Training for house cleaners and maids.) My Cleaning Connection (a hub for cool cleaning stuff including the infamous long lasting sponge.)
Pumice stones are the craze of house cleaners. How do you clean with a pumie scouring stick? We Ask a House Cleaner what are pumice stones? And do you clean with a dry or a wet pumice stone?
Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru says all maid service training should cover this. House cleaner education shows you have to pay to replace pumice stone damage. Her cleaning advice is the use of pumice stones requires more common sense than the average maid.
This is an in-depth look at the nitty gritty on pumice stones.
Today’s sponsors are Savvy Cleaner (House Cleaner Training.) My Cleaning Connection (Hub for all things cleaning.) And HouseCleaning360.com – (Referral Hub connecting house cleaners with homeowners.)