Tuesday, June 22, 2010

What Should Your House Cleaner Never Bring Into Your Home? - Part I

While you may have never thought about this before, if you have hired a service or an individual for house cleaning, this is something that you have to think about now. 
This goes for the cleaning of any type of building but it is especially important for residential cleaning. Believe it or not, you should be the person supplying everything that the house cleaning person needs, instead of the housekeeper bringing their own cleaning supplies.

Dirty Sponges And Cleaning Rags
A few of the things that should never be brought into your home for residential cleaning would be that of dirty sponges and cleaning rags that were used in another home or another office. 
You simply do not know where those rags and sponges have been, where or what they cleaned and whether or not they have been sterilized. The best thing to do is to have a good sized collection of brand new sponges and rags already at your home for your residential cleaning person to use.

Vacuum Cleaner. Do Not ALLOW Your House Cleaner Use One That Used In Another House. Ever!
While those items are things that many people already know about when it comes to house cleaning, what about the vacuum? Why is it that the house cleaning person cannot bring in their own vacuum instead of using the one you already have at the house? 
Think about the things that could be in the vacuum bag that could find its way out in your house. Before you know it you could have fleas and lice all over your house, simply because someone brought in a vacuum that had a used vacuum bag in it.

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