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    Posted: 17/March/2009 at 10:24pm

Hey everyone, I was wondering what you are charging for carpet protector? What are you paying for the product? I think I am paying too much for the product so I am not making enough profit.

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than charge more
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most places charge 50% of the cleaning cost
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I pay about $46 for a gallon of scotchgard (may be a little high) from jondon. A gallon gets you 800 square feet, according to instructions. $46/800sf = $0.0575 (about 6 cents). It takes about an hour to apply 800 square feet of protector and grooming. I charge 20 cents per square foot. 800sf x $0.20 = $160. $160-$46 = $114 for about 1 hour of combined work (application, grooming, and set up). If you want more money, charge more.
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Hi...

If you pay much money for your service then charge more to your costumer.....
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