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  • Writer's pictureLaura Evans

"It's just cleaning"

Updated: Jun 21

As a founder/owner of a cleaning company, I've heard people say "it's just cleaning," which I find amusing. Having worked as a cleaner and housekeeping, I learned that being a good cleaner requires skills and knowledge. During cleaning job trials, I've seen people with cleaning products ask "what is this used for." This highlights the importance of paying attention to detail and understanding the use of cleaning products.

To be a cleaner, one needs to be physically fit, practice consistently, stay organised, stay updated on cleaning trends and innovations, seek training opportunities, learn from experienced cleaners, develop customer service skills, and identify problem areas.

Ensuring quality control is also crucial.

In short, being a good cleaner is a skill that requires continuous learning and improvement.

Let's give our cleaners the credit they deserve!

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