5 Ways to Never "Leave money on the table"

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"Protect your investment" is a powerful statement to the customer as most purchases must make financial sense.

Also we walk a very fine line of being high pressure used car salesmen without being high pressure used car salesmen. The best tactic to upsells is Giving them the option, Explain why the option makes sense and is needed to give it validity then they will make an informed decision. If that doesn't work break their knee caps with the carpet rake :)
"Protect your investment" sounds way too "high pressure used car salesman" to me. I don't like the way it sounds.
 
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I have yet to find a company that will private label a neutral cleaner. My customers rarely know what I mean when I tell them to clean their floor with a neutral cleaner.

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@Bexiesbruv How do you seal tile and grout and with what? Normally I don't seal tile (ceramic or porcelain) but do seal stone.
 

Mike Krall

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Why is that a bad idea (assuming you mean the sealer?) i have no interest in doing it. I do plenty of tile AND grout but will not do grout only. I turned one away yesterday.
It leaves the door open for another contractor to come in who does do grout. If they also happen to do tile, carpet, etc you probably just lost that customer.
 

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@Bexiesbruv How do you seal tile and grout and with what? Normally I don't seal tile (ceramic or porcelain) but do seal stone.
When I do it, I usually use 2 coats of a product from (I think) Johnsons called Taj Mahal then top off to desired finish "look" with hard as nails from Betco. I use a silkie waxing mop.
 

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