Monday, November 19, 2012

no more dry scalp

My best friend and I both suffered from terrible itchy weeping scalps for years. And together we purchased and tested dozens of dandruff shampoos and drug store medications.
We were desperate for a solution and willing to try anything. But all we got were temporary results at best.
And the nasty truth was, our dry, itchy scalp was only getting worse the more products we tried.
My girlfriends loved going to the hair salon. But for me it was humiliating. I was often asked if I had head lice or a nervous itching problem.
It didn't matter what the occasion - birthday parties for my kids, going to a movie (even in the dark) or reading a book by myself... I was constantly aware of my dry, itchy scalp.
So I spent much of my time searching for an answer.

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What I'm about to tell you is going to make it so very, very simple for you to increase your income tremendously. In your spare time...from your own home.
Your Income Can Skyrocket!
The profit potential is so great it literally boggles the mind. It's now possible to start right away to bring in as much as $54,000 - a year - or more. PART-TIME.
I'm sure you'll agree that the best job in the world would be one in which you work for yourself, set your own hours, and see your income rise or double year after year.
You can join others making full-time earnings from part-time hours. And you can do it absolutely Risk-Free.

Most people consider the pressure washing business because it is conceived to be business that can be started with a very low investment. Simply buy a $500 pressure washer at Home Depot plus some bleach and detergent; throw it in the back of your pick up, and PRESTO, you're in business.
Because one can get into this business with a relatively low investment you will be facing a lot of competition.   Don't be discouraged.  By working smart, you can bury competition and make a lot of money.  Below is a story of how we made money in the power washing business
In 1993 my buddy, Dick, was making a decent living doing power washing work,  while I was in the air conditioning and heating business.  Since he was not very mechanically inclined, he kept bugging me about helping him come up with a method to clean roof stains without using high pressure.  Compared to the HVAC business, pressure washing did no seem very challenging to me, thus I could not get interested.   One day, after his numerous pleads I broke down agreed to look into his business.  Dick had an open trailer, a pretty good pressure washer (13 HP, 3400 PSI) 200 feet of hose coiled up, a five gallon sheetrock bucket for mixing chemicals, a case of Clorox, some Dawn detergent and a couple ladders.  This was his entire business.
I felt like his idea about the roof cleaning business offered the most promise if any money was to be made, as no one was doing it. I couldn't even find any info on the new information highway (internet).  My interest grew when Dick announced he had heard through a supplier that a company in Georgia was producing a chemical that would clean roofs with garden hose pressure.  We promptly ordered a case and found the chemical did an excellent job cleaning but garden hose pressure was not going to do the job, at least in a timely manner.  All we needed was a little bit more pressure but nothing like the pressure produced by a power washer.    We went to our local agriculture supply store and began buying pumps, motors, tanks and nozzles and put together a machine we thought would clean a roof.  We must have spent $5,000 on pumps, regulators and other contraptions until we finally got it right.