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When we installed a suggestion box in the entryway of our business, I was amazed to see how many customers responded. After we started going through the suggestions, we realized that there was one request that we kept seeing--the need for a cleaner store. We decided to make a few changes to keep our place cleaner, including hiring a professional cleaning service. The results were incredible. Customers started to comment on how clean our place was, instead of the need for dramatic changes. We also noticed a boost in our sales because customers felt more comfortable in our store. Check out this website to find articles that might help you to keep your business cleaner.

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How To Thoroughly Clean Your House

by Lee Porter

If you're like many other people, it'll actually be kind of hard to clean your house during the holidays. If you decorate in a big way, you'll have to basically do surface cleaning around all the home decor you've set out and around the Christmas tree. Your house looks festive and gorgeous and part of you will be sad about taking all of your holiday decorations down. However, the other part of you is thinking, "It sure will be good to get back to normalcy. And, it will definitely be time to thoroughly clean the house."  If that's true, here are some ideas that might help you do the job efficiently.

Make A Plan - Tell your family that you're setting aside an entire day to get the house clean and that you'll need their help. It would even be good to have a family meeting where you can talk about everything that will need attention.

  • Bring a large poster board and different colors of markers and list the jobs on the board.
  • Write the different jobs in different colors and then hand out little pieces of paper with the names of the colors written on them.
  • Family members work on the job that matches the name of the color they drew.
  • For example, if you wrote "clean bathrooms" in red, whoever picks a paper with the word "red" on it works on bathrooms.

You get the picture! Another idea is for you to organize teams, matching older family members with younger ones.

Work Day - Wake everybody up early so you can finish early. Give everybody his or her own little caddy full of cleaning supplies.

  • The kitchen will probably be the hardest room to clean since it includes things like cleaning out the refrigerator and cleaning the oven.
  • Designate areas for personal objects that will be given to charity or that will later be part of a yard sale.
  • Give everybody plastic garbage bags for things that go in the trash.
  • Pay attention to detail. For example, remind family members who are dusting that they need to clean the top of picture frames.
  • Use environment-friendly cleaning supplies or make your own. For example, lemon juice makes a great brass cleaner.

Hire Professionals - Some jobs are best left to professionals. For example, if you have tall windows, it would be a lot safer to hire professionals to clean them. Whether you have wooden floors, tile floors, or carpets, hiring professionals to clean them means that they will be cleaned thoroughly. Getting professionals to do these jobs is affordable, and you'll know that, when the job is finished, your floors will look like new. State-of-the-art equipment will be used by experts who have the training and the experience to  make your floors look like new. In fact, you'll probably like the results so much that you'll set up periodic cleaning to maintain the new look.

To show your appreciation for a job well done, have a treat ready for your family at the end of the work project. 

For floor cleaning services, contact a company such as Power-Kleen.