Posted November 18, 2018 09:23:16 The best marble cleaner is only $10 more than a $1,000 cleaning service, a new study shows.
The study by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) found that consumers who pay $100 less for marble cleaner tend to buy less than those who pay more.
The report was based on a survey of more than 200 US marble cleaners.
While marble cleaners with a pricetag of $2,000 or more are more likely to be used for cleaning in homes with marble floors, they also tend to have higher maintenance costs, such as cleaning floors.
In fact, they were found to be more likely than their cheaper counterparts to use costly cleaning equipment and chemicals, according to the study.
PwC’s study found that while most people will pay $1 to $2 more for marble cleaners, a larger share of consumers will pay more than $10.
This means that consumers are less likely to spend $1 on marble cleaners and more likely spend more than that on marble cleaning.
The average cost of a marble cleaner at the end of a month is about $10 less than a similar service at a private cleaning business.
“If you’re paying $100 more for a marble cleaning service than you would for the same service at an average private cleaning service then you’re buying less, but not as much,” said PwS senior research manager Mark Dickey.
The most popular marble cleaners are a “high quality” product and can be found at Walmart, Home Depot, and Lowe’s.
However, these companies offer marble cleaning services for $1 or less per service.
The cost of cleaning marble at home has remained stagnant, said PWC president David Brierley.
He said that in the past, marble cleaning companies have tried to differentiate their services, but consumers are not looking for the most expensive, he said.
“People don’t care what marble cleaning company they buy from, they just want a marble scrub,” he said in an interview.
“There is a market for high quality marble cleaners but they don’t seem to be attracting enough customers.”
Brierly said that the study was done to make sure consumers were buying products that had been designed to last a long time.
He added that it also showed that marble cleaners were not the only products that were priced high.
While there were differences in the costs of marble cleaners between different types of marble cleaning, the study found the average cost for marble cleaning was $10 cheaper than a marble service at the same marble cleaners’ advertised price.
The results also showed a trend of people spending more than they would on a marble clean.
PWC surveyed a sample of over 200 marble cleaning and marble service customers in a nationwide survey conducted through January.
The company’s study focused on consumers who had visited marble cleaning businesses in the US since December 2018.
While the survey found a significant difference between consumers who shopped at marble cleaning stores and those who shoked at private cleaners, the overall picture was the same.
“Overall, people seem to prefer marble cleaners to marble services,” said Brierles survey.
“They’re cheaper, they’re more reliable, and they can be done right the way up the marble supply chain.
Consumers will pay a lot more money for marble scrubbing services than they will for marble cleaners.”
PwCs findings may be helpful to the marble industry, Brierleys said.
However it’s not clear that consumers would choose to go through a marble purification service, said Dickey, because consumers are already familiar with the processes.
For example, people have experienced marble cleaning for decades, so they already know what to expect and have the tools to do the work, he added.
“I think this could have an impact on the way marble cleaning is being promoted, because the industry may be more comfortable with having a purification as a first step rather than an end in itself.”
The study found consumers were more likely not to spend the extra $10 to $10 on marble cleaner than marble cleaning at home.
However there was a slight difference in the amount of people who were not going to buy marble cleaners for the marble cleaning process, the survey showed.
“When we see consumers being asked to pay more for these services than for marble services, we would expect to see some people being less likely than others to do so,” said Dicky.
“The question is, are consumers being misled?
Is it a mistake?”
A report published last year by PwP and the Urban Land Institute found that people were less likely when it came to cleaning marble floors and other floors that had no walls.
In other words, they weren’t buying marble cleaners just for marble floors.
It was only a matter of time before marble cleaning started to be associated with other marble cleaning products.
That could cause some consumers to feel uncomfortable about the product, said Briers study.
“We don’t want marble cleaners being associated with marble floor cleaning, but