The thing I love about this course is it has all the things I was never taught about cleaning chemicals. When I got started in house cleaning I bought one of every kind of cleaning detergent on the store shelves because I wanted to be “prepared” when I went to a customers house.
I didn’t really know which solution to use on what or how much of it to use. And I thought that by choosing bottles that had green packaging that meant they were earthy friendly and therefore safe for my health.
I was fooled by labels that said “all-purpose cleaner” into thinking I could use them on all surfaces. And when they produced less than satisfactory results, and I didn’t know why, I shoved them under the bathroom sink where they sat for years.
CEO, Founder, Savvy Cleaner
Without tracking my supplies I had no idea the ready to use products I was buying were often ten times more money than the concentrates of the same brand.
Do you have any idea how much money I wasted on cleaning supplies?
I didn’t have a program for inventory control or restocking. I would just stop by the store on my way home from a job and buy few more bottles of everything for the next few days.
I may as well have been flushing money down the toilet.
And when I was on a job and running out of a detergent, I just filled the bottle back up with water to stretch it a bit farther without realizing I was changing the pH balance and effectiveness of the chemical I using.
I wasn’t even smart enough to realize that by diluting my solutions I was having to add extra elbow grease to make up for what the watered down chemicals could no longer provide.
I was working really hard but not smart.
The sad thing is I’m not alone. Over the years I’ve talked to literally thousands of house cleaners who say the same things. We did the best we could with what we knew. The good news is that information on chemical safety, inventory, stocking, storage, proper labeling, pictograms and how to read safety data sheets is here. Right here, right now. Stop guessing – start knowing.
We’re here to help.
– Angela Brown & the Savvy Cleaner Team
Chemicals And Your Safety
Understanding chemicals as a professional house cleaner will help keep you from using the right solution on the wrong surface. It will also help you protect your health and the health of your customers.
In this course we will cover:
- Understanding Chemicals
- The EPA Role in Cleaning Chemicals
- Chemical Awareness
- Health Risks When Using Cleaning Chemicals
- Why We Don’t Use Customers Supplies
- How to Recognize Health Hazards
- Corrosive Chemicals
- The Problem with Mixing Chemicals
- Safe Work Practices
- Chemical-Free Cleaning
Chemical Storage Safety
Knowing how to store cleaning chemicals is just as important as having the proper documentation, proper training and proper procedures for using them.
In this section we will learn:
- How to Store Cleaning Chemicals
- Proper Bottling Practices
- OSHA’s 3 Label Requirements
- Storage Temperatures for Cleaning Chemicals
- Reasons to Avoid Overcrowding
- The Role Ventilation Plays in Storing Chemicals
- Storing by Hazard Classification
- Chemical Inventory Tracking
- Shelf Life of Cleaning Chemicals
Pictograms matter because you’ll see them on your safety data sheets and they will help you decide what types of chemicals to use while cleaning.
Each pictogram consists of a symbol on a white background framed within a red border and represents a distinct hazard(s). The pictogram on the label is determined by the chemical hazard classification.
In this course, we’ll cover them all.
Safety Data Sheets
A Safety Data Sheet (SDS) is a fact sheet manufacturers are required to provide to the public, to describe the chemical properties of the product they are selling.
In this section we will cover:
- Why Safety Data Sheets are Important
- MSDS vs. SDS
- How to Read a Safety Data Sheet
- The 16 Sections of the Safety Data Sheets
- OSHA Employer Obligations
What pH Has To Do With Cleaning
What’s the big deal about pH? Every cleaning chemical we use including water has a pH level. And not all chemicals can be used on all surfaces.
In this section we’ll look at:
- Why We Care So Much About pH
- Why We Don’t Mix Chemicals
- Logarithmic pH and What it Means
- Choosing the proper pH
- All-Purpose Cleaners
- Neutral Cleaners
- Glass Cleaners
- Acid Cleaners
- What pH Has to Do With Your Insurance Policy
Understanding Smart Labels
What is a smart label and what does it have to do with cleaning chemicals? Smart labels let you research products right from the cleaning aisle of any store.
In this section we’ll cover:
- What is a Smart Label?
- How Do Smart Labels Work?
- What Information You Can Access From Your Smartphone
- Why Cleaners Are Using Smart Labels Before Buying Cleaning Supplies
- Label Accuracy
- EPA Registration Numbers on Labels
What People Are Saying...
Meet Your Instructor
The House Cleaning Guru
CEO, Founder: Savvy Cleaner
Author: How to Start Your Own House Cleaning Company
Show Host: Ask a House Cleaner
Professional House Cleaner = 25 years
Experience Hours: 69,603
For more than 25 years Angela Brown owned and operated one of the largest independently owned cleaning companies in the Carolinas.
Her specialty lies in systems that let you work smart, not hard, while generating consistent bottom-line results. Her common sense approach mixed with strategy skyrockets cleaning companies past their competition even in saturated markets.
Since 2016 she’s been training and consulting full time with clients in 31 countries and millions in revenue.
In this course you’ll discover why people pay thousands of dollars to work with her. And for a fraction of the cost you too can get results that will leave your competitors green with envy.
Disclaimer: Results vary based on willingness to learn and implement the systems.
- No action = no results.
- Scattered action = scattered results.
- Massive action = massive results.
Buy With Confidence
100% Money Back Guarantee
Because I’ve made it my mission to bring this life-changing information into the cleaning world, I’m offering you my personal guarantee:
If you go through this course and implement the changes and find success then the Savvy Cleaner path is for you.
If for some reason, you’re unhappy with the course, and it doesn’t resonate with you, I’ll refund your money 100% in full for 30 days after your purchase.
I don’t want there to be any barriers between you and the explosive growth you’re destined to achieve.
Once you understand how to reach the maximum amount of people in your market, in a way that builds authority, credibility and confidence, I know you’ll go out and contribute to the world at your highest capacity.
– Angela Brown
A la Carte
One Time Purchase
This Course Only
INCLUDES GROUP COACHING SESSION
Savvy Cleaner TrainingMembership for Employees
INCLUDES GROUP COACHING
INCLUDES MEMBERSHIP 1
Savvy Cleaner NetworkMembership for Business Owners
INCLUDES GROUP COACHING
INCLUDES MEMBERSHIPS 1 & 2
Before You Buy
Before you buy do you know about the memberships at Savvy Cleaner?
Each course we sell, although you can buy it by itself – is also included in two of our three memberships.
The Chemical Safety course is included in the Blue and Pink Memberships.
Savvy Cleaner Training
for Cleaning Employees
$29.99 / Month ($1.00 a day)
Savvy Cleaner Business
for Cleaning Business Owners
$59.99 / Month ($2.00 a day)
Savvy Cleaner Network
includes memberships 1 & 2
$59.99 / Month ($2.00 a day)
*All prices shown in US Dollars.
All memberships include group coaching to help you get your questions answered and let you learn in a supportive environment with others also going through the course.
All memberships include:
- All the courses available in that membership to date.
- Downloads (Worksheets, Flyers, etc.)
- Word Tracks (Exact words to use on the job)
- Setting Realistic Expectations
- Group Coaching
- Free Access to an entire library of cleaning related videos
The Chemical Safety Course includes a group coaching session with Angela Brown to get your questions about the course answered.
This master class session will be held live on camera and recorded for a lifetime replay.
One-on-one consulting sessions with Angela Brown start at $1,000 per hour as she helps you find your blind spots and get your business back on track. And while this isn’t a one-on-one, you do get to spend an hour face-to-face in a limited VIP Group where you get to ask direct questions and Angela will answer them for you.
We are including this group coaching session valued at $495 absolutely free with your purchase of the course Chemical Safety or with your purchase of the Savvy Cleaner Business or the Savvy Cleaner Network Memberships.
Ways to Ask Your Questions:
- Reply to the email you receive with the conference code
- Click on the red question mark in the sidebars of your course
- The Savvy Cleaner Network FB Group
- Reply to any Savvy Cleaner email reminder
- Show up live on the call
Our job is to help you do your job better.