Part 2 of MaidPro’s ‘Clean Like a Pro’ series looks at choosing the best solutions and tools and matching them to the right tasks
Any manufacturer can make strong cleaning chemicals usually at the expense of their workers, the people who use the chemicals and the environment. A disturbing proportion of the professional cleaning chemical industry comprises poorly designed chemicals that can burn people using them, emit dangerous vapors and damage the surfaces they are intended to clean. Here are some key considerations for choosing the right
Spring is just around the corner! Sadly, it’s also time to start thinking about how you will fit all those big, time-consuming spring cleaning jobs into your life. Consider trying out MaidPro’s 49-Point weekly cleaning service while you work your way (in order) through this handy checklist:
Purge and organize small storage areas (closets, junk drawers, cabinets, vanities, toy boxes, paper and digital files). These are great places to start before the weather gets too nice. Discard clothes that are worn or don’t fit, food, cosmetics and medicines
Imagine getting out of bed early in the morning, driving through heavy traffic into work by 7:30 am only to find a sign on the door saying, ‘Sorry, no work (and no pay) today.” If it happened only once or twice a year, you might say, ‘Hooray, I’ll take the free time!’ But if it started happening more frequently, without warning or heed to the expenses you had to meet that week or month, you would eventually be forced to find a different job.
Avoiding such scenarios with our highly trained and dedicated service providers is the