Green House Cleaning For All Your Clients

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http://www.green-house-cleaning-tips.com Incorporate ecologically-friendly concepts into your client's home.

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  • 1. Green House Cleaning Grow Your Client Base With Eco-Friendly Cleaning
  • 2. http://www.green-house-cleaning-tips.com
    More and more clients are interested in using green, or ecologically safe products to clean their homes.
    They want to save Mother Earth and at the same time, they want clean windows, clean laundry, shiny dishes, and a spotless kitchen
  • 3. http://www.green-house-cleaning-tips.com
    What does it mean to be eco-friendly?
    Incorporate ecologically-friendly concepts into your client’s home.
    A.
    Add organizing and decluttering services for additional revenue streams.
    B.
    Burn essential oils, such as jasmines, citrus or lavender in every room you clean.
    C.
    Offer to dispose of the traditional toxic cleaners clients already have.
    D.
    Offer to care for indoor house plants to improve air quality naturally.
  • 4. http://www.green-house-cleaning-tips.com
    Quick Tip: Switching healhy and eco-friendly products is healthier. Most of the people who uses aerosols for their cleaning shows symptoms of Asthma.
    “When I decided to go green, the easiest thing for me to do,” says Annie Dinado, who runs a cleaning business in Indianapolis, “was to simply switch products. I did some research on the best, and just switched. I give copes of the product reviews to my new clients.”
    Testimonial from Annie Dinado
  • 5. http://www.green-house-cleaning-tips.com
    Here are some Do-It-Yourself cleaners.
    For Household Cleaner:
    Mix together:
    1 tsp. liquid soap
    (castile, peppermint)1 tsp. boraxSqueeze of lemon1 qt. warm water
    OR
    ¼ c. baking soda½ c. borax½ c. vinegar1 gal. water
    For surfaces that need scouring, try moist salt or baking soda and a green scouring pad.
  • 6. http://www.green-house-cleaning-tips.com
    For Window Cleaner
    Mix together:2 tsp. vinegar1 qt. warm water
    OR
    2 tbsp. borax3 c. waterRub dry with newspaper to avoid streaking.
  • 7. http://www.green-house-cleaning-tips.com
    Ceramic Cleaner
    Mix together: ¼ c. vinegar1 gal. warm waterBasin, Tub, and TileMix together: ½ c. baking soda2-3 tbsp. liquid soap (castile, peppermint)
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    For More Details About Eco-Friendly Cleaning.
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    http://www.green-house-cleaning-tips.com