*Knee pads are to be worn when doing any tasks on your knees and when hand washing floors.
**If you are reaching on your tip toes then you are to use your ladder. This will protect you from physical injury
***Your vacuum should be versatile (Shark Navigator is my go to). Never use as an upright when vacuuming floors (always using the floor attachment) and under furniture (to ensure you do not damage the furniture). The only time you use your vacuum as an upright is when there is open carpet area. Always carry the canister.
****When using apple cider vinegar to clean you need to wear protective eye wear and a face mask.
Sometimes all you need on that stove top is Just Shine Glass & Hard surface spray, your kitchen toothbrush and a couple of clean cloths.
There are homes that don't use their stoves often or they tend to clean them after each use so doing the full on pure baking soda method is not necessary.
Just Scrub or pure baking soda is my go-to when it comes to cleaning stove tops
As part of your initial set up when you first enter a clients home, prepping the stove top for cleaning later is a priority.
Just Another Natural Nut
Even the unseen collects dust so don't forget behind the TV. With your large paint brush, start from the top left and glide across to the right and then keep going back and forth until you reach the bottom. Wipe away excess dust on the bottom flat area with your paint brush before polishing up with your natural glass & hard surface cleaner
Never stretch to reach the other side. If the TV is too big dust 1/2 and then go to the other side and dust the other half. Same when polish the flat surface if the TV is resting on the table. While doing this gently hold on to the top of the TV to stable it while cleaning.
by April Anderson
Just Another Natural Nut
When you straighten the books and bring them closer to the edge it creates a nicer 'flow' in the space and saves you time (time is money) in dusting. Just don't forget to dust the top of the books. A dry cloth or short handled paintbrush will work.
What to do with an ornate bathroom mirror?
Why do we do the dry before spraying with the glass and hard surface cleaner? Time. Once you wet a dusty build-up it takes more time to clean and time is money lost. By removing most of the build up by quickly dusting it will take less time to complete the task
TIP - don't toss that first cloth just yet as it can now be used to clean the sink, counter and vanity and the second cloth you used can be put to use as a polisher of the sink, counter top and taps.
DID YOU KNOW - when you spray your natural glass and hard surface product onto a mirror and the liquid starts to run down the glass, that mirror has a wax build up on it that you need to break through for your product to be successful as yours does not contain silicone or wax. If you don't remove the build-up your mirror will always look smudged and streaky no matter what you do.
Hot soapy water and a cloth will do the trick. Work the cloth in a circular motion to lossen the build- up and with a clean dry cloth. wipe dry. Repeat if necessary. You will know you have a wax free mirror when you spray you product onto the mirror and it does not immediately stream down the mirror (the liquid will stay in place ....why? ....because glass is porous the silicone or wax fills the pores)
since 2006 I have been helping business owners in the residential maid and cleaning service industry be successful with cleaning naturally