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eBook Do I Dust or Vacuum First? ePub

by Don Aslett

  • ISBN: 0898790948
  • Category: Home Improvement and Design
  • Subcategory: Hobby
  • Author: Don Aslett
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Writers Digest Books; 1st edition (August 1, 1982)
  • Pages: 183
  • ePub book: 1496 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1679 kb
  • Other: lrf mbr docx txt
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 524

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Don Aslett, America's Cleaning Expert, is the founder of one of the country's largest cleaning firms, Varsity Contractors. His home care books have sold more than 3 million copies-and counting

Don Aslett, America's Cleaning Expert, is the founder of one of the country's largest cleaning firms, Varsity Contractors. His home care books have sold more than 3 million copies-and counting. I find Don Aslett's ideas helpful in keeping my house clean, however, this book didn't seem to have as many useful things in it as I had hoped for. It may be that I'm just I don't have some of the problems mentioned in the book. Good info if you haven't read his books.

Challenge Topic: A nonfiction book that improves you. This was great.

Feb 15, 2017 Nicole rated it liked it. Shelves: finish. I did not have the interest or stamina to read this cover to cover. Challenge Topic: A nonfiction book that improves you. Aug 30, 2019 Erin Sharp rated it liked it.

An entertaining, but practical, guide to housecleaning explains how to keep a house immaculate with a minimum amount of time, energy, and money.

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Don Aslett is the world's cleaning expert. Nothing gets listed for sale at CleanReport. com without Don and his team testing the products and ensuring their quality and effectiveness. An entertaining but practical guide to housecleaning explains how to keep a house immaculate with a minimum amount of time, energy, and money, with a collection of inexpensive solutions designed to help readers maximize energy, streamline efforts, prevent dirt and clutter, and more. 35,000 first printing.

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Donald Andrew Aslett (born 1935) is an American entrepreneur and author who specializes in cleaning and housekeeping products, services, and techniques. He co-founded Varsity House Cleaning Company, a house cleaning service, in 1957

Donald Andrew Aslett (born 1935) is an American entrepreneur and author who specializes in cleaning and housekeeping products, services, and techniques. He co-founded Varsity House Cleaning Company, a house cleaning service, in 1957. After having been Varsity Contractors for years, it became Varsity Facility Services, a building service contractor, in 2011. It does business in the United States and Canada.

Don Aslett was born in 1935

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An entertaining, but practical, guide to housecleaning explains how to keep a house immaculate with a minimum amount of time, energy, and money

Comments

Kulalas Kulalas
I find Don Aslett's ideas helpful in keeping my house clean, however, this book didn't seem to have as many useful things in it as I had hoped for. It may be that I'm just I don't have some of the problems mentioned in the book. Good info if you haven't read his books.
Tygokasa Tygokasa
A friend first gave me this book and then I loaned it out and didn't get it back. This book contains so much very helpful practical information. I love it and use it often.
GAMER GAMER
You dust first to pick up what you can, then you vacuum as dusting may have some particles hit the floor. This was an enjoyable and helpful read. I love that this book doesn't beat you up for your current cleaning style, or perhaps lack thereof. He does tell you how to remove the grime from the top of the refrigerator, to to remove caked on dirt from heating vents and so much more.

I like that he lets you know you really only need 4 different types of cleaning products, and he tells you were to get them to have money. No exotic equipment is really needed, but rather a few good products will take care of all of your needs. This alone will save you a ton of money.

I highly recommend picking up this book if you want to work in more thorough cleaning with less effort. This book will definately help you have a cleaner house, and save you time and money!
Vispel Vispel
This is an upbeat and witty guide to cleaning various parts of the residential house, written by master de-clutterer, Don Aslett. Everybody who cleans house occasionally will find something useful here. It answers questions from "How do I clean my textured ceiling?" to "I love bleach, do you?" Very practical and informative, with a personal slant. Great book!
Nirad Nirad
You do NOT "dust first" ....this book is full of really ...obvious stuff..and much of it just plain wrong. This is clearly a case of titling a book with a question that most people think they know the answer to (and I have news for them - uh - they DO) and then "surprising" the reader with an apparently non-intuitive answer that goes against popular belief. And the reason given for dusting FIRST and then vacuuming is laughable and rather disgusting all at the same time. How dirty is your house if you have chunks of stuff on surfaces that you need to sweep off to hit the floor and then vacuum up? I mean really!! Dust and chunks of things/bits/pieces are entirely different things. One (the latter) is debris, and dust is not something that "falls to the floor" as you dust. Do not waste your money on this book. It's ridiculous.