Being a house cleaner is not an easy job ..... I work extremely hard. I clean 2 big houses everyday of the week. When I get home, my hair is a mess and my make up is scary because I sweat as I work. It's my job and I have to get through those two houses everyday to make a good living, so I work fast and steadily. The quicker I can get done, the more time I have being home doing the things I love. I hope through my cleaning blogs, that I will give you some tips to help make your house work easier. One thing to note is that I am a High Class cleaning service and I use name brand products that make the job easier, cleaner and leaving a wonderful smell behind. I want to make sure that every germ is killed by the time I leave each home - keeping my customers (and me) healthy - that is the goal.
The furniture polish I use is mostly Pledge - any smell and I change the smell often when I clean houses to mix up the fragrance I leave behind. The low cost furniture polish I use often is Kleen Guard which runs around $1.00 per can and it does a great job. I also like Endust on some things - but it has oil in it and is best used on furniture that is dry - not on furniture that already has a good shine - it can leave an oily residue. I also use lemon or orange oil when customers have really dry furniture.
Through advertising, some people think they shouldn't use furniture polish because it "builds up".... ????? Dry furniture attracts more dust and never looks clean. You need to put moisture back into your wood furniture... Don't believe advertising - you need to use furniture polish to keep your furniture looking great, plus it aids in keeping the dust gone.