Here’s why uniforms work? Here’s the psychology of cleaning uniforms and the message they send to your clients.
“It’s too hot to clean in a uniform.” House Cleaners and maids ask what to wear when it’s too cold to clean in a uniform too.
The best cleaning uniforms are the ones that promote the consistency of your brand. And if you’re a domestic cleaning service it’s important to show your customers they always get the same “package.”
If you wear cleaning uniforms year-round and change out the neckpiece you can regulate your body temperature.
“How do we keep uniforms looking nice? I want to grow my cleaning company and brand my professional look.”
We Ask a House Cleaner about stain resistant, non-fade, wrinkle-free clothes and how to keep uniforms looking nice.
Angela Brown, the house Cleaning Guru gives tips to keep uniforms looking nice with a disposable apron. Especially if you use bleach. A must-have for every maid service.
Today’s sponsors are My Cleaning Connection where you can pick up a colorfast cleaning apron. Also, HouseCleaning360 where you can find a house cleaner. And Savvy Cleaner which offers house cleaning training.
Shoe covers? The customer says “clean my space but no shoes in the house.” Am I supposed to clean in bare feet or stocking feet? Or do I wear shoe covers over my sneakers?
We Ask a House Cleaner about shoe covers and wearing a shoe with a shock absorber and arch support.
Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru says there are disposable shoe covers, reusable shoe covers and reusable snap on shoe covers for speed cleaning. They even have non-slip weatherproof shoe covers to get you from the car to the client’s home.
Protect your customer’s carpet while protecting your back.
Today’s sponsors are My Cleaning Connection where you will find all sorts of athletic sneakers designed for cleaning, and shoe covers to match. Other sponsors are HouseCleaning360, Savvy Perks, and Savvy Cleaner Training.