The Swiffer Duster is the ultimate dusting tool. With replaceable heads, it picks up dust and dirt from all surfaces with ease.
Arrive for a Cleaning Job
The proper way to arrive for a cleaning job is to ensure you are parked where you are supposed to park. Make sure your car is clean.
Schedule Gift Wrapping and Delivery
The proper way to schedule gift wrapping and delivery you’re offering as an upsell to your cleaning services.
Pre-Soak Mop Pads
The proper way to pre-soak mop pads is in a stackable storage bin with a lid. Fill the bin with as many mop pads as you will need on a job.
Receive Cleaning Customer Feedback
The proper way to receive cleaning customer feedback is with an open mind and with the intent to learn and get better at your job.
Break Up with a Cleaning Customer
The proper way to break up with a cleaning customer is to let them know you are no longer a good fit working together.
Steam Mop Attachments
The proper way to wash steam mop attachments is to put them in a mesh laundry bag in the dishwasher on a high sanitizing cycle.
The proper way to damp clean fabric accessories like decorative pillows and lampshades is to vacuum them first to lift 95% of the dust.
Clean a Wide-Screen TV
The proper way to clean a wide-screen TV comes down to having the proper tools. It’s recommended to use an electrostatic duster.
The proper way to dust blinds is on a maintenance clean using a Swiffer duster. This will keep dust from building up.
Clean Hardwood Floors Behind a Sofa
The proper way to clean hardwood floors behind a sofa or easy chair is to determine if it is a high-traffic area. In most cases, it is not.
Dust a Leather Sofa
The proper way to dust a leather sofa is to first use your Swiffer Duster and dust the back, the armrests, and the seats to remove any dust.
Mop Around a Tall Indoor Tree
The proper way to mop around a tall indoor tree in a home or other large decorative items is to do it carefully.
Clean a Dusty Shelf or Table
The proper way to clean a dusty shelf or table is to put your hand or a flexible cutting board just off to the side of the table.
Vacuum the Cushion of a Chair
The proper way to vacuum the cushion of a chair is to lift up the cushion. With the vacuum hose attachment, vacuum underneath the cushions.
Clean Coffered Ceilings
The proper way to clean coffered ceilings is with a Doca Pole. The wall washer attachment can be used wet or dry.
Clean an Easy Chair
The proper way to clean an easy chair is to use your Swiffer Duster first and dust the legs and support bar before you vacuum.
Wipe Down a Leather Easy Chair
The proper way to wipe down a leather easy chair or recliner is to use a damp microfiber cloth. Start at the top and work your way down.
Clean a Fireplace
The proper way to clean a fireplace is to use a soft bristle brush and start at the top. Work your way down.
Dust a Standing Light
The proper way to dust a standing light is to make sure you have easy access to it. Using your Swiffer Duster with the light turned OFF.
Clean Glass in Cabinet Doors
The proper way to clean glass in cabinet doors is to first use your pocket flashlight. Shine it on the glass to check for haze, film, dust.
Clean a Glass Table
The proper way to clean a glass table is to clean both sides. This includes the underneath side of the table as well as the tabletop.
Clean Glass Picture Frames
The proper way to clean glass picture frames is to brace them with one hand to keep them from falling. Dust the frame with a Swiffer Duster.
Clean the Glass in a Fireplace
The proper way to clean the glass in a fireplace is with a vinegar + water solution. In this case, we use Force of Nature.
Clean a Mirror
The proper way to clean a mirror is to take a glass cloth and either go up and down or back and forth across the mirror.
Polish Stainless Steel
Do you know the proper way to polish stainless steel appliances? Use a soft microfiber cloth and some stainless steel polish
Clean a Scrub Brush
The proper way to clean a scrub brush is to rinse the dust, cobwebs, and debris out in a bowl of hot sudsy water.
Use Baking Soda in a Garbage Disposal
The proper way to use baking soda in a garbage disposal is to pour some baking soda down the garbage disposal when it is wet.
Defrost a Freezer with a Steamer
The proper way to defrost a freezer with a steamer is to focus on the ice, not the coils. This will release the ice in big chunks.
Baking Soda in Your Dishwasher
The proper way to use baking soda in a dishwasher as a deodorizer is to put it in a shaker container. Shake it over the areas that are wet.
Baking Soda for Your Garbage
The proper way to use baking soda for your garbage is to place it in a vented box in the cabinet with your garbage.
Greasy Cabinet handles
The proper way to clean greasy cabinet handles or knobs is to unscrew them and soak them in a bowl of hot dish water.
Clean a Silverware Drawer
Proper Way to Clean a Silverware Drawer! Using a microfiber cloth, we’ll show you how to get you utensils sparkling clean.
Steam Clean Granite
The Proper Way to Steam Clean Granite. Steaming sealed granite countertops is a quick and effective way to remove dirt and grime.
Clean the Fridge Drip Tray
The Proper Way to Clean the Fridge Drip Tray. A drip tray is an important part of your freezer as it catches excess water from melting ice.
Clean the Tops of Cabinets
The proper way to clean the tops of cabinets is with mild soap and a paper towel to wipe up the grease cover the top with wax paper.
Mop an Entrance Floor
The proper way to mop an entrance floor is to move the items like door mats and hat or coat stands that can easily be moved with one hand.
Use a Vacuum Hose Attachment
The proper way to use a vacuum hose attachment brush is to attach it while the vacuum is running and you are in the middle of a job.
Protect Carpets From Your Cleaning Caddy
The proper way to protect carpets from your cleaning caddy is by using a flexible plastic cutting board under your caddy.
Vacuum a Dining Room Floor
The proper way to vacuum a dining room floor is to vacuum all the areas around the table first. When you get to the chairs vacuum around them
Clean the Stairs With An Upright Vacuum
First things first, let’s talk safety. When you’re vacuuming stairs with an upright vac, make sure to hold onto it with both hands.
Dust a Staircase
The proper way to dust a staircase goes beyond having the proper tool and techniques. The frequency of cleaning is also an important factor.
Wash Bath Mats
The proper way to wash bath mats is to gather them from all the bathrooms in the home once a week and put them in a load of laundry
Care for Bath Mats
The proper way to care for bath mats is to wash them weekly in hot water and dry them on a low tumble heat.
Use a Magic Eraser to Remove Soap Scum
The proper way to use a Magic Eraser to remove soap scum is to make sure the eraser sponge is wet. Magic Erasers are made of melamine foam.
Clean Items on a Vanity
The proper way to clean items on a vanity is with a damp microfiber cloth. Pick an item up, wipe it down, wipe underneath, and put it back.
Deodorizer in Your Bathroom
The proper way to use baking soda as a deodorizer in your bathroom is to use the box with the fabric window.
Clean Grout After Using Bleach
The proper way to clean grout after using bleach is to use a handheld steamer with a grout attachment. This will remove any gunk left.
Baking Soda in a Shower
The proper way to use baking soda in a shower as a powdered cleanser is to put it in a waterproof shaker. After a shower, sprinkle it.
Clean Bidet Hoses
The proper way to clean bidet hoses is with a paper towel and an all-purpose cleaner. Spray the paper towel and then hand wipe the hoses.
Cloth When Cleaning a Toilet
The proper cloth when cleaning a toilet is a paper towel. A paper towel is tough enough to clean the whole toilet.
Clean Bathroom Light Fixtures
Bathroom light fixtures can easily become covered in dust, cobwebs, and other debris, making them a breeding ground for bacteria.
Vacuum a Bath Mat
The proper way to vacuum a bath mat is to step on the corner with one foot to keep the vacuum from sucking up the mat while you vacuum.
Baking Soda in Athletic Shoes
The proper way to use baking soda in athletic shoes as a deodorizer is to put it in a shaker. Shake baking soda into the inside of the shoe.
Clean a Ceiling Fan
The proper way to clean a ceiling fan is to go slowly so you don’t break the ceiling fan, gently tap on the corner of the blade when done
Clean an Office Chair
The proper way to clean an office chair is to start at the top and work your way down. You will need a Swiffer Duster.
Clean a Laptop and Keyboard
The proper way to clean a laptop and keyboard is with a portable electrostatic duster. This one has a locking lid.
Clean a Table
The proper way to clean a table starts with clearing the table of any objects. Move the chairs and wipe the table in sweeping motions.
Remove Cobwebs from a Garage
The proper way to remove cobwebs from a garage is to use an extension pole like a Doca Pole with a cobweb brush attachment.
Break Down a Box
The proper way to break down a box is to use a box cutter or a pair of scissors and cut all the tape from the flaps.
Dust a Shelf with Knick-Knacks
The proper way to dust a shelf with knick-knacks is to start at the top and work your way down. After dusting the walls, dust the trinkets.
Baking Soda in a Front Load Washing Machine
The proper way to use baking soda in a front load washing machine as a deodorizer is to put it in a shaker.