. The other day I ran into a TG/CL Truck driver, I won't call them a spray tech. Anyway the subject of pay scale and daily quota came up. The guy was proud of the fact he made a 15% commission on all up sells. But his base pay was $ 500 a week and he had to service 25 accounts a day. Now simple math says $ 500 a week is $ 100 a day. (Not sure if he works Saturday). $ 100 a day divided by 25 accounts means he is making $ 4.00 for each spray. This guy claimed to make close to $ 700 a week with his up sells. But given the fact he does 25 sprays a day, when would he have time to sell???? Seems like a lot of humping and hard work for such a medium wage scale. A few years ago the average worker was making $ 42 K a year. I am not sure what it is today, but I would hate to try and raise a family on that kind of money. Of course Mine are finished college and gone now so I don't have that huge expense any more.