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Who Provides the Cleaning Supplies – Me or the Maid?

Who provides the supplies when I hire a maid? Does the maid bring a vacuum or use mine? Does the maid use my mop? Does she bring cleaning chemicals?
Who provides the supplies? Am I supposed to have some cleaning detergents and solutions of my own?
Who provides the supplies that are non-toxic and environmentally friendly? Is that something I’ve got to pay more for?
Today on Ask a House Cleaner we discuss preferences from a professional house cleaner.
What they have to learn in-house cleaners training. Tips about toxic vs. green cleaning. And the reasons why they restock their supplies over using yours.

Pain of a Client Firing You – House Cleaners Weep

The pain of a client firing you is tough the first time it happens. A house cleaner feels rejected at today’s firing on the heels of getting fired several times this week.
Ask a House Cleaner what to do if you’re not a good fit with the customer but can’t stand the rejection of them firing you. If you’ve tried your best move on. House cleaners get fired all the time.
Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru says “Getting fired is like a breakup. You will feel angry and dejected. And it’s okay to cry.” This house cleaning training will give every maid service the tips needed to “get used to it.” Relax, you’re on your way to becoming a Savvy Cleaner.

Clean Space = Clean Thoughts?

Clean space clean thoughts, right? Up-level your living space by putting everything in its place. If you have a disorganized home maybe it’s time to get organized and create a clean space. 

Today we Ask a House Cleaner how to change lifestyle habits and be more productive. Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru says it starts with a clean space, and clean thoughts.

If you’ve reached overwhelm and you want to be a productive person with a clean environment and a clean-living space here are some tips. 

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Legal Issues for House Cleaners @SavvyCleaner

Legal issues for house cleaners and maids – this should be part of your house cleaner education. Legal issues are not a matter of if in a cleaning business, but a matter of when.
Ask a House Cleaner about law suits and who can sue for harassment? Or emotional damage, and other torts that you don’t expect.
Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru gives tips on having a legal budget for legal issues. And it’s great cleaning advice. From one house cleaner to a maid, you can get sued for just about anything. And it’s your job to protect you.
Today’s sponsor is #HouseCleaning360 is a referral database of the best and the brightest in-home service providers and the homeowners they serve.