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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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Should Airbnb Guests Clean Up After Themselves?

“Should Airbnb guests clean up after themselves? Airbnb cleaning is so expensive and we have to charge an Airbnb guests clean up fee. Is it our job to clean up after them or should Airbnb guests clean up before they leave?”
Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru gives cleaning advice and cleaning tips for these house cleaning FAQ.
The Airbnb cleaning business is booming right now. Because Airbnb guests want a vacation experience when they rent a room from you. And many don’t mind paying an Airbnb cleaning charge, but they don’t want to show up and do house cleaning. That’s what a maid service is for.
Today’s Ask a House Cleaner sponsors are HouseCleaning360 (Find an Airbnb cleaning service near you.) Savvy Cleaner Training (house cleaner training.) Savvy Perks (incentives and bonuses for your Airbnb cleaner.) My Cleaning Connection (where to learn about cleaning products, supplies, and detergents.)

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How Much to Clean 5 Rooms?

“How much to clean 5 rooms?” Don’t you hate it when homeowners price shop house cleaning? How much to clean 5 rooms? Can you even give a fair price or a cleaning estimate without knowing more details?
Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru says when someone asks “How much to clean 5 rooms?” They are asking for a sales pitch. If you give a cleaning quote sight unseen there’s no price negotiation. The homeowner can’t do a price comparison because they don’t know what you offer.
If you’re a house cleaner or maid, you’re in sales. Start selling.
Today’s sponsors are Savvy Cleaner Training (Maid service training.) HouseCleaning360 (Create your business fan page so customers can find you.) Savvy Perks (A benefits program for house cleaning business owners and their staff.) And My Cleaning Connection (a hub of cleaning resources.)

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Guest Room Clean-Up Hack for Homes or Airbnb

Guest room clean-up. How soon should I clean my space after family leaves? Airbnb guest room clean-up is different from a home with an extra bedroom. You can put off guest room clean-up if you’re family. Guest room-clean up if you’re a family that pops in unannounced needs speed cleaning after the last guest.
Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru shares a hack and some tips to create a cleaning routine when guests leave. And you can always hire a maid service to do the work for you.
Today’s Ask a House Cleaner sponsors are HouseCleaning360 (Find a house cleaner to help you with housework.) Savvy Cleaner (house cleaning training.) My Cleaning Connection (a hub for cool cleaning stuff.) And Savvy Perks (employee benefits for cleaning business owners and their staff.)

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Constructive Criticism for House Cleaning

Constructive Criticism is a skill you’ll need if you have a house cleaning staff. The feedback you get from customers may offend you. But you get to reposition words into constructive criticism for your team.

Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru says good communication is a big part of maid service training. Constructive criticism is confrontation made pleasant. 

This cleaning channel sponsors are: Savvy Cleaner (House Cleaning Training.) Savvy Perks (Benefits for small business owners and their employees.) HouseCleaning360 (a referral database that connects homeowners with home service providers.) And My Cleaning Connection. (A resource hub where you can learn all about power talking, and ways to influence your team.

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