My Secret Weapon On Commercial Cleanings


Clean Like a Pro: Transform Your Space with Lean and Mean Academy Tips

Hey there, cleaning warriors! Welcome back to the Lean and Mean Academy, where we dive deep into maximizing profits with a single truck setup. Today, we’re tackling a shop that’s seen better days, covered in algae and stubborn oil stains. Follow along as we show you how to restore its glory.

Prepping for Success

Before we get into the nitty-gritty, if you’re looking to kickstart your business and master the art of cleaning, you’ve got to check out our “How to Wash” course. It’s packed with everything you need to know—from mixing solutions to handling equipment. Click the first link in the description or the comments to get started. Trust me, it’s a game-changer!

Algae Begone!

First up, we’re dealing with some pesky algae on the shop’s exterior. Algae can make any building look neglected, but with the right approach, it’s an easy fix. Metal surfaces, especially, clean up beautifully with a bit of elbow grease.

Tackling Deep-Set Oil Stains

Next, we’re onto the concrete and those stubborn oil spots. High traffic areas where vehicles constantly drop oil can be a real eyesore. Enter Coty Yarbrough’s Dynamite Degreaser—this stuff is the real deal. It’s potent, shipping as hazardous material, which tells you just how powerful it is.

A quick note: while we can’t promise to remove every trace of oil, this degreaser does a fantastic job of lifting and fading the stains, significantly improving the look of the area. Grab a case using the link in the description—you won’t regret it.

Pro Tip Alert!

While cleaning, be cautious with degreaser overspray, especially on oxidized surfaces. It can leave noticeable marks, so always dilute and control your application to avoid a larger restoration job than you bargained for.

Final Touches

After scrubbing and washing, we’ve got the shop looking sharp. The oil stains have faded, and the overall appearance is vastly improved. Remember, while deep oil stains may not disappear entirely, reducing their visibility can make a huge difference.


All in all, a solid day’s work! This project took about an hour and a half, and the results speak for themselves. If you’re serious about cleaning, you need quality tools and products—like that dynamite degreaser.

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