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How to Get Bubble Gum Out of Carpet

Bubble gum gets stuck in hair, clothes and tracked in on shoes when you have kids. If you have chewy, stringy, sticky bubble gum in your carpet, here’s what to do.
Today on Ask a House Cleaner, Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru taps into bubble gum removal tips from a daycare provider.
Cut it out as a last resort, but try first peanut butter. House Cleaner Training approved technique.
Today’s sponsor is https://HouseCleaning360.com
#HouseCleaning360 is a referral database of house cleaners and maids.

Unclutter Your Life – Best Tips for 2018

Unclutter, declutter, organizing, which is it?

Today on Ask a House Cleaner we look at ways to unclutter your life by creating a system for each item. It is minimalist living at its finest. Unclutter by living on purpose.

Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru says the secret to decluttering is by organizing your life. Pick one item, clean out the excess, organize that item in your life. Create new rules for that item and other minimalist top tips for 2018.

Today’s show sponsor is https://HouseCleaning360.com

HouseCleaning360 is a business referral network for house cleaners and maids and housekeepers.

Crime Scene Clean Up – Murder and Suicide

Crime scene clean up – how much does it cost? Who do you call when there is a homicide, suicide or unattended death?
Today on Ask a House Cleaner we look at crime scene clean up. The remediation will depend on the contamination area and the hazardous waste involved.
Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru walks us through suicide cleaning. She shows us the difference between house cleaning vs. crime scene clean up.
We look at bioremediation teams on crime scene clean up wearing personal protective equipment. They use cleaning chemicals, a biohazard suit, plastic sheeting and bio tape, to quarantine the control area.
We also talk about who pays for the cleaning team and deodorizing of a bloodborne crime scene.
Today’s show sponsor is https://HouseCleaning360.com
HouseCleaning360 is a business referral network for biohazard and remediation experts.

Car Magnets – Do They Work?

Car magnets are on the cars of lots of house cleaners. Some will argue it’s brought them new business and is great advertising. Car magnets are not a good solution for all cleaners though.

Today on #AskaHouseCleaner we ask Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru about car magnets and do they work? Are they a great broadcasting tool to grow your cleaning business?

We want you promoting and marketing your cleaning business. But the publicity works best when focused.

How to Get Out of the Cleaning Business

Get out of the cleaning business because the time is right. But what do you say to your cleaning clients? We Ask a House Cleaner reasons to get out of the cleaning business and how to retire or “graduate.”

Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru gives word tracks on how to say goodbye when you get out of the cleaning business. 

Whether you’re bored, have new interests to pursue, or you’re worn out, have aged out or have family situations. 

Today’s sponsor is https://HouseCleaning360.com

#HouseCleaning360 is a referral database where your clients can find your maid service replacement.