“With so many different cleaning companies to choose from, locating a cleaning service that meets your needs at rates you can afford can be challenging. You can take steps to ensure a satisfactory fit between you and any service you ultimately decide upon.”
It’s a good idea to create a list of all cleaning tasks you wish to see accomplished within your home or business. For example, do you require toilets to be scrubbed or laundry to be done? Are there any carpets or rugs you wish shampooed? Always begin with the tasks you consider essential. Then, follow with those you would simply enjoy having done. This helps narrow selection down because not every cleaning company supplies the same services.
Please visit “Finding a Quality Cleaning Service” Merchant Circle blog to learn more and then tell us your cleaning requirements so we can make a personalized list just for your office or home!
Sure, why not? Have you seen men clean their boat or cars that they care about? We found this article www.teresasfamilycleaning.com/house-cleaning/what-men-can-teach-us that suggests that women could learn a thing or two about improved cleaning techniques from men. Clean Reflections in no way implies that men are better cleaning techs than women, in fact, we think that we all can learn to improve our cleaning skills from each other, men & women alike!!
In this cleaning tips article, there are many quick tips we found quite helpful. For example:
Shine a Shower
Men are resourceful when it comes to cleaning products. “Wipe your shower walls with car wax to prevent soap scum from building up,” says Steve McQueen, a Merry Maids cleaner in Roswell, Georgia. “But you shouldn’t do it too frequently. Once a year does the trick.”
Make Glass Gleam
Forget paper towels. There’s a reason guys at the gas station use squeegees. “They’re the best tool for windows, mirrors, tile and shower doors,” says Steve Zeitler, cofounder of the Citra Solv natural cleaning products company. One to try: OXO Good Grips Stainless Steel Squeegee ($12.99)
Unclog a Drain
A few bucks is all it takes to fix this problem. “A $7 tool called the Drain Claw removes hair from the drain with a simple push-and-twist movement,” says Lou Manfredini, host of the national TV show House Smarts. Bonus: no harsh chemicals down your drain.
There are many more “men cleaning tips” to choose from in this article. Go give it a read and let us know on www.facebook.com/cleanyoucansee what you found most helpful. “I don’t know about you, but I will be shining my shower and purchasing a Drain Claw very soon!”
Even though our favorite cartoon character Maxine will tell you different, dusting is a good idea every week. Don’t have the time or energy…… then let our trusted maids do it for you!!
We LOVE Maxine and did you know there is a history to this funny cartoon character? John Wagner, Hallmark artist since 1970, says Maxine was inspired by his mother, his maiden aunts and his grandmother, the woman who bought him art lessons when ‘fill in the pumpkins’ was about the extent of his art classes at St. John’s Catholic School in Leonia N.J.
Here are a few that we found funny related to house work and cleaning: