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Cleaning Business Cards
Cleaning Business Cards
Cleaning Business Cards

There’s no better response to a finished job than being asked to come do it again. With a custom cleaning business card, you can increase your chances of this happening again and again. After you finish a cleaning job, give your client a great custom business card. Use it as a signature to your work. We made the design process easy because we know you’re busy. We’re here to help you all along the way.

You take pride in your work, take pride in your card too. Choose one template out of the 1,000s we offer, and completely personalize that template. We have a great selection of business cards tailored specifically to the cleaning industry and your business. We've made it easy for you to design your card to reflect your business and who you are a business owner.

Tips for Designing Professional Business Cards

1. Keep it simple.

When designing a new business card there is a fine line between adding too much and too little information. For cleaning business cards, one image (usually your logo) will do the trick. The last thing you want is a crowded business card. Like we said, your business card represents your business. Keep it clean and simple and you’ll see better results.

2. Include the right information.

Always include your name and the name of your business on your cleaning business card. Most cleaning professionals also like to add their email address, website, and phone number. Some cleaning professionals leave their physical address off their cards since most of their work done out in the field. Professionals in the cleaning industry also tend to include an appointment reminder to the back of their cards. On here, you can write down your recurring appointment times, like “Tuesdays at 9 am.” You can easily create a dual-purpose marketing product!

3. Utilize white space.

Another factor to think about is the amount of white (or negative) space on your business card. Leaving areas blank draws the viewer’s eye to the parts of the card that do have information. To achieve the right balance, only include the most important and relevant information and images (like your company logoOpens a new window). Potential clients should be able to easily find your name, the business name, and a phone number and/or email address on the card. In the cleaning service industry, a clean, uncluttered card goes a long way. It is the perfect industry to utilize blank space.

When you’re ready design your new business cards, head over to our design tool to get started!

Cleaning Business Cards