Bathroom Cleaning Tips Introduces a Tip Sheet: Top Reasons Why to Update the Toilet During a Bathroom Remodel

28 December 2012 | 3:38 pm introduced a tip sheet to explain why choosing a new toilet is every bit as important to the aesthetics and comfort of the bathroom, as just about any other fixture.(PRWEB) December 28, 2012 the Home Improvement Super Store has made their goal to deliver the right product to the consumer, with that in mind, shopping and home design tips, as well as special product …

Dont Take Your Plumbing for Granted This Winter

26 December 2012 | 8:10 am Roto-Rooter provides winterization tips to help you prepare and protect your plumbing for the pipe-freezing season.Cincinnati, Ohio (PRWEB) December 26, 2012 It happens every year: people make New Years resolutions to save more money, but they forget to prevent their plumbing from becoming a money eater. As a result, winter is one of the busiest times for plumbers. Plumbers frequently spend the …

McDonald's $8.25 Man and $8.75 Million CEO Shows Pay Gap

12 December 2012 | 5:00 am Tyree Johnson scrubs himself with abar of soap in a McDonald's (MCD) bathroom and puts on freshdeodorant. He stashes his toiletries in a Kenneth Cole bag, agift from his mother who works the counter at …

30 Blogs with the Best Housekeeping Tips | Housekeeping

30 December 2012 | 12:34 pm These 30 bloggers have put together tips to help you get your home clean and keep it that way. From cleaning the tough areas, like the bathroom and the kitchen, to getting on a cleaning schedule so your house stays spotless

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Tips for Cleaning Out Your Bathroom | Phillips Swift Creek

21 December 2012 | 3:32 pm Follow this advice on how to keep your bathroom organized at your Philips Swift Creek apartment in Cary, NC.

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    • Curator says:

      First, decide what tasks you will perform as a housecleaner. If you only want to do “regular” cleaning: vaccuuming, dusting, dishes, floor cleaning, bathrooms–then that’s how you have to market your services. Don’t offer to do heavier cleaning tasks such as organizing basements or closets, climbing ladders to get to high places, or windows and heavy messes. Make up a flyer offering your services and post them or distribute them to area households–or put a classified ad in the paper offering your services as a housecleaner. Once you get one or two clients, word of mouth will get you more business, if you’re good at your job.

      Start by finding out what cleaners charge in your area–you do that by calling around and asking what they do and how much they charge for it. You can either decide to charge the average going rate in your area, or you can charge a bit less to stimulate your business. Most cleaners get between $15-25 per hour for cleaning in an average-income area. You’ll need to prove yourself at this type of business, which can take a while to do.

      Keep very good records–time you arrive for the job, time you leave the job, time spent and tasks accomplished–and make sure you keep all your receipts for supplies and transportation for your taxes later. Give each customer an itemized bill or invoice stating what you’ve done and how much it costs–and be fair and thorough. If you do this right, you’ll have a decent little source of income.

      The only things that would concern me is that you are working a full-time job–that will mean your hours for cleaning will be limited. Lots of people will not want a cleaner to come after the dinner hour when they want to relax in their homes; so you may want to consider only being available on weekends for now. You should also investigate getting a “surety bond” (bonding) so you can assure your customers that there is coverage in case of accident or liability. This can be gotten through almost any insurance company. And you should also decide how to accept payment–cash only, checks and cash, or delayed payments–or a monthly fee for regular visits–or whether you want to charge by the hour or a flat fee for certain tasks.

      Good luck, and I wish you well.

  • Kate says:

    All About Invisalign? Hey! So I’ve had invisalign for almost 2 weeks now. I have some questions about them.btw, I’m on christmas break but I start back in school next week! So I have some questions about dealing with Invisalign at school!

    1. What are some ways to clean invisalign? so far, I’ve been brushing my teeth really well after every meal and every time I wake up/go to bed. I also brush out my invisalign with a toothbrush and water. I use denture cleaner on them about 1-2 times a week and brush them with toothpaste about 1-2 times a week. I’ve heard not to use denture cleaner or toothpaste on them though….
    2. How should I deal with them at school? I bought mini floss sticks and colgate wisps and I was just gonna go in a bathroom stall and brush/floss and then wipe out my invisalign with a paper towel to get the saliva out(I know, its gross!) Do y’all have any other ideas?
    3. Can I use breath strips with invisalign in?
    4. What about the lisp? I have it, it has gotten better over the 2 weeks, but im still kinda worried about it!
    5. Any other tips you have please let me know!!
    Oh and I have 23 trays to do! Just in case that helped y’all answer the questions or anything..

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