I know no one sets out to be a super-duper, awesome janitor but there are a few things you should do that will help.
-Vacuum tile floors before you mop. Use a barely damp mop when you do tile to keep streaks down.
-edges and corners when you vacuum
-Look for little places where dust can collect and dust it.
-Clean the toilet pedestal, esp where the bolts are, and behind it. If there are men in the house, wipe the wall next to the toilet, too.
-If it smells clean, then to the client, it is clean. Don't go nuts with bleach but a little scent at nose-height will go a long way.
-Your clients will set lovely traps to test your honesty or find ways to gently caress with you because people suck. Remember: they aren't your friend.
Last but not least- some weirdly specific advice applicable to the building I worked at: don't gently caress anyone on the job, there are cameras everywhere, and don't buy drugs off Eddie or Anthony. They deal to the guards and are in some kind of quasi war that you're best not getting on anyone's bad side. Ed will go behind you and dump coffee grounds on the floors you just waxed.
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