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Ask a House Cleaner, How to Organize Your Closet, Savvy Cleaner

How to Organize Your Closet – Closet Cleaning Tips

How to organize your closet and closet cleaning tips is today’s Ask a House Cleaner focus. If you’ve ever thought “Help! I need you to come clean my space or clean with me and show me how to do it.” This is for you.
If you want to organize your closet and you plan to purge, renovate, donate and toss your stuff, these organization hacks are for you.
These closet organization diy projects will improve a large or a small closet and help you live your style. So, come along, Angela Brown will give you some closet declutter tips and closet storage tips.
Today’s sponsor is Savvy Cleaner (Training and certification for house cleaners and maids.)

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Ask a House Cleaner, Household Cleaning Hacks, Savvy Cleaner

Top Household Cleaning Hacks You Need to Know

Household cleaning hacks are easy cleaning tips for the home. Household cleaning hacks are not shortcuts, but diy cleaning or tidying up on a regular basis. 

Household cleaning hacks (a.k.a. housework hacks, or cleaning tips and tricks) are bits of housework any savvy cleaner does daily. 

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Ask a House Cleaner, Shower Cleaning Safety, Savvy Cleaning

Shower Cleaning Safety

Shower cleaning safety is a must for all maids, house cleaners and housekeepers. Shower cleaning safety begins with awareness with bathroom cleaning. It’s easy to zone out when cleaning houses for a living. And housework errors create common shower scares.
Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru shares DIY shower cleaning safety tips and talks shower shoes.
Today’s Ask a House Cleaning sponsors are Savvy Cleaner Training (for house cleaners and maids.) HouseCleaning360 (Where you can find a housekeeping help.) My Cleaning Connection (A resource hub for all things cleaning.) And Savvy Perks (a perks program for small business owners to keep more of the money you earn.)

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Hardwood Floor Secrets – Light Cleaning vs. Heavy Duty Cleaning

Hardwood floor secrets can make cleaning your hardwood floors a breeze. First of the hardwood floor secrets is using a dry mop or microfiber mop to sweep the floor. 

Next in the hardwood floor secrets is recognizing light cleaning vs. heavy duty cleaning. A damp flip mop can tidy up the lesser used areas and steam mops for hardwood floors can remove dog slobber. A steamer is also great for high traffic areas on hardwood floors that collect water drips, dirt, and mud. 

Angela Brown says steamers for hardwood floors are excellent for spilled food and coffee dips on hardwood floors.

Today’s sponsors are Savvy Cleaner Training (Creator of the Ask a House Cleaner show.) HouseCleaning360 (a referral hub connecting house cleaners with homeowners.) and My Cleaning Connection (a resource hub where you can find mops, steam mops, and steamers for hardwood floors.)

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Ask a House Cleaner, Permanent Stains, Savvy Cleaner

How to Get Rid of Permanent Stains

Permanent stains are driving me crazy. I want to know how to get rid of permanent stains on sinks and vanities. I’m trying to clean my space but the discoloration and tint in the toilets and showers won’t budge. 

We Ask a House Cleaner pro cleaning tips for permanent stains. What to do about a blemish or burn mark, and when to walk away. 

Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru gives expert cleaning tips and cleaning advice to help you keep the job and please the customer.

Today’s sponsors are Savvy Cleaner (house cleaning training.) HouseCleaning360 (a hub connecting homeowners with home service providers.) Savvy Perks (an employee benefits program for house cleaners and maids.) And My Cleaning Connection (a resource hub for cool cleaning stuff.)

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