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I got one too!” The pals were discussing their $600 apartment-cleaning appliance as I sat there resisting the urge to chime in and tell them that their parents had bought them the wrong vacuum. The best one for the money is a Miele Complete C2. While
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Working on all Milwaukee 18V slide-on batteries, LITHIUM-ION or NiCd, the 0880-20 wet/dry vacuum offers long continuous run time and high air power and suction to provide quick and easy removal of dust, debris and water. A washable, reusable wet/dry HEPA filter delivers excellent fine dust collection and does not need to be changed between wet and dry applications. The stackable toolbox design, on-board hose and accessory storage offer excellent portability and convenience, a built-in blower port allows the vacuum to double as a blower, and the 1- hose allows standard vacuum attachments to be fastened. It includes vacuum, filter, hose, a crevice tool, and a wide nozzle.
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A powerful mess needs a powerful vacuum cleaner. The Milwaukee line of wet/dry vacuum cleaners offer power to spare. All wet/dry vac's have a positive water shut-off to protect the motor during wet pick-up situations. Heavy duty filters can handle large pieces of material as well as dust. Model 8911 offers a 16 in. steel tank and heavy duty casters. With 7.5 amps, the 2-stage bypass motor can handle the rough stuff.
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Have you ever wondered if it was really worth it to pay for a cleaning service. In today’s post I answer that question plus give you some pointers on how to find a great cleaning service. You all blew me away with your comments and encouragement on my post last week on Why We Hired a House Cleaner. Many of you asked if I could write a followup post on how to find a good cleaning service. So, in this post, I wanted to answer some of your questions about that and share some things we considered when adding this expense to our budget…. How Much It Costs Cleaning services vary depending upon the size of your house, how often you have them come, and how long it takes them to clean. Some services charge by the hour while some services charge a flat fee. I’d say that a going rate is somewhere around $20-$25 per hour, based upon what I’ve heard from people in different parts of the country. We have had cleaners both at our home in Kansas and at our home in Tennessee. In Kansas, we paid $125 per week and we went with a cleaning company (The Maids) that has franchises all over the U. S. They brought in a team of 4-5 people and cleaned our home in 1. 5 to 2 hours. In Tennessee, we are using a really small local-owned company that only has 2-3 teams and they usually send 3-4 people to our home each week and clean it in about 1. 5 to 2 hours, sometimes a little longer. We pay $100 per week. In both cases, they deep clean the bathrooms, vacuum/mop all the floors, dust all surfaces (tables, light fixtures, ceiling fans, etc. ), clean all of the mirrors & glass, vacuum and clean the furniture, clean all the kitchen countertops and kitchen table and chairs, clean the stovetop, clean out the microwave, collect & take out the trash, strip the beds and re-make them, and... Basically, for $100 per week, our entire house gets a thorough cleaning by a team of professionals who do a really detailed job. Where to Find Good Cleaners Not all cleaning companies are created alike, sadly. I can say with certainty that we are spoiled with really, really good cleaning companies — and we had to search to find them. When we were first considering hiring on regular cleaners, we interviewed a few different companies and told them what was important to us. Then, we’d have them do a test cleaning. Unfortunately, some of the companies were not thorough at all. One week, they’d do a great job. The next week, it’d be a different team of people and they’d do a really lackluster job. I say all of this to be upfront and honest with you that finding a great cleaning company is going to take some effort. Some suggestions on where to find cleaners:. Ask your friends. If you have friends who use a cleaning service, ask them details about their service. Are your friends happy with the job they do. This is how we found our cleaning service in TN. And we’ve since referred them to multiple friends. If you are a part of any local sites — such as Facebook Groups or Mom’s Groups — ask on there for recommendations. If you don’t know anyone who uses a cleaning service you’re interested in, go search online for reviews. Check their social media to see what people are saying about them, look on Yelp, etc. We’ve had mixed results from buying Groupons for cleaning services, but it’s an inexpensive way to test it out and see what you think of having cleaners and what you think of a particular service. Hire a detail-oriented friend who loves to clean. Have a friend who loves cleaning, is really thorough, and is someone who is looking for some extra work. I’d start out with asking her to just help for a short time period to see if it’s a good fit for both of you before you make it a long-term thing. How to Vet Potential Cleaners Once you’ve found some possible cleaning companies, then it’s time to vet them to see if they are a good fit. Call the company and talk to them. See how professional they are on the phone, how quickly they return phone calls, and how thorough they are in the answers they give you about their services. If they are unprofessional from the get-go, there’s a good chance they will not be a company you want to work with. Some companies will come out and meet with you, explain their services, let you know details on what they offer, and talk to you more about your cleaning needs.
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Country Captain for the Slow-Cooker (cayenne, chicken broth, chicken, chutney, tomato, thyme, garlic, green pepper, curry powder, mango chutney, olive oil, onions, paprika, salt, flaked coconut, almonds, tomato paste)
Focaccia (Using Bread Machine for the Dough) (bread flour, yeast, vegetable oil, oregano, rosemary, salt, sugar, water)
Chicken for the Gods (chicken, soup, mustard powder, flour, vegetable oil, water)
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