If you have hired a maid service for the first time, you are probably wondering what to expect. You don't want to be unprepared and make the job more difficult for your maid service or the job won't get done properly or in a timely manner. Here are some tips on preparing for your maid service.
Communicate About Cleaners
Many people like having their house cleaned with specific cleaners. If you would rather the maid service use your specific cleaners and tools, make sure you communicate your preferences beforehand.
The typical business office environment is filled with corded devices; electrical, network, audio, data, and telephone cables can be found everywhere, and the tangle of cords can become overwhelming. Not only are cords unattractive and potentially dangerous as a trip hazard, they make cleaning difficult and become dust traps as a result. That is why you should know how to manage your office cords to prevent "cord clutter" from becoming a mess-making problem.
After staring at matted, dingy carpet for a few years, you might be thinking about replacing all of your flooring. However, if you don't like the idea of perpetual sweeping involved with hardwood or linoleum flooring, you might be thinking about putting in carpet—again. But how can you keep your new carpet from meeting the same fate as the stuff you are busy ripping out of your house? Here are two ways to make that new carpet last.
As a homeowner, you most likely understand the importance of maintaining accents and décor. From cleaning window treatments and polishing stainless appliances, these tasks are important for your home's appeal and value. Unfortunately, you may not be placing enough time and energy into your area rugs. Considering a wool area rug can cost $300 and up, proper cleaning and care is essential for protecting this large investment.
Of course, many of the cleaners sold in stores contain harmful chemicals that can damage your expensive wool rug.