Learn more about eco-friendly cleaning services. What does it mean, what products are used, what should not be used, processes, etc.
I love my mother, as most people do, but to say she was a little OCD would be putting it mildly. It was because of her that I gained the passion for keeping things clean and organized. From a young age, she instilled (aka… OCD’d) the importance of a clean home and I will be […]read more
Your mother’s cleaning products are killing…your family, the environment, and our collective future…cue the horror film music. Consider that most of us buy what mom used in the house. If she shined her wood furniture with pledge then we have pledge in our house, how about Mr. Clean with his shiny bald head telling us […]read more
I was just sitting here pondering how much time is wasted every year doing things that either don’t need to be done or could be done by someone else (at a cost). For example mowing the grass. Few repair their own appliances, even fewer play with electrical wiring in their home, and even fewer are […]read more
There are literally millions of companies operating in the cleaning sphere and calling themselves Janitorial Service Providers, Maid Services, Cleaning services, Housekeeping services, or the like. The reality is that 900,000 of them are independents (some of which are really great at cleaning) that operate on the fringes of what is legal and frankly ethical. […]read more
Eco-friendly cleaning service: what does that mean to consumers? Periodically while we are visiting with a client or a prospective client the subject of what is an eco-friendly cleaning service comes up. Before I answer I always ask to see what lurks under the kitchen sink…what potions and poisons can we find there. Inevitably we […]read more