Speed Cleaning Training Chapter 5 SPEED CLEANING FOR THE PROS TRAINING Train the Cleaner PMC Certification Program View Fullscreen Chapter 5 Quiz First Name(Required) Last Name(Required) 1. Which of the following lists contain items that are all used by the Duster? Tile Cleaner, Tile Brush, Feather Duster, Toilet Brush Red Juice™, Scraper, Floor Stripper, Disposable Polishing Cloths Red Juice™, Blue Juice™, Furniture Polish, Feather Duster, Cleaning Cloths Feather Duster, Fine Metal Polish, Pumice Stick, Brass Copper Polish 2. When you are working around each room you should: Work from top to bottom. Entirely clean an area as you pass including spraying, wiping, dusting, etc. Regularly look upward towards moldings, tops of picture frames, etc. and check for dust and cobwebs. All of the above 3. The best way to manage your Cleaning Cloths is: Only use one cloth for all the rooms you are cleaning. Use a fresh, new cloth for each new piece of furniture. Use one cloth for cleaning cobwebs, another for furniture, and another for picture frames. Carry a dry cloth over your shoulder for streakless wiping. When it gets damp, replace it with a fresh one. 4. Which best describes proper feather dusting technique? Vigorously brush dust away using fast, back-and-forth sweeping motions Stab at the dust with the end of the feather duster until you knock it away Use even, steady motions and come to a dead stop at the end of each stroke. Shake the feather duster in the air as often as possible to release trapped dust. 5. When cleaning hanging picture frames youshould: First check the surface for any graininess or stickiness. Spray with Blue Juice™ and then wipe completely dry to avoid streaks. Steady the frame firmly with one hand so it doesn’t move or fall. View your work from an angle instead of straight on, in order to check for streaks or missed spots. All of the above 6. When dusting furniture and shelves with objects on them, you should: Dust from top to bottom. Take extreme care when moving any objects. Never slide heavy objects across the surface. All of the above 7. From time to time it’s necessary to vacuum a couch. In between those times, what tool is useful for brushing off crumbs, lint and pet hair? Whisk Broom Tile Brush Sh-Mop™ Pumice Stick 8. When dusting plants, you should: Support broad leaves with your hand to avoid breaking the stem Use a wet feather duster Use furniture polish so the leaves look brighter Gather all the plants in the house together in one spot so you can dust them all at the same time. 9. Which of the following statements concerning polishing with furniture polish is incorrect?(Check all that apply.) You should wipe with a polishing cloth folded to an area about the size of your hand rather than wadding it into a ball. Press down as hard as possible when you buff Wipe the polish immediately because it can damage the finish if left in place too long. If you polish in the direction of the wood grain, streaks left by imperfect polishing can be camouflaged.