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Deep Cleaning Checklist

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January and February deep cleans are most popular in hotels and the self-catering industry. Those quiet months at the beginning of the year are perfect for busting out the deep cleaning checklist.

There is no reason why this effective method of cleaning cannot be adapted to any working environment. However, if you are running in particular a medical environment and adhering to the the strict CQC requirements, school or a gym, we also recommend you review your current arrangements and ensure you have a structured approach to your ongoing cleaning needs and also planned deep cleans, either with your in house team, or with your professional service supplier. Read the rest >>

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End of Tenancy Clean: Your Questions Answered

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What is an end of tenancy clean?

An end of tenancy cleaning refers to the type of clean required when a tenant moves out of a rented accommodation. This can be undertaken by either the tenant or landlord.

This is an important type of cleaning and essential to be undertaken before a new tenant moves in. This is also the leading cause of accommodation deposit disputes between tenants and landlords at the end of their contract. Read the rest >>

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6 Ways To Clean With Apple Cider Vinegar for a sustainable 2020

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Apple Cider Vinegar.

What a hero!

Diet experts and health enthusiasts have tried and tested this magic potion and they swear by it. This fermented product has so many health, beauty and cooking benefits. Furthermore, this magic potion is even used in preserving food as well as improving your skin and hair.

Is apple cider good for cleaning?

Apple cider vinegar is high in acetic acid, with potent biological effects. Read the rest >>

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Easy Steps to a Successful Sustainable Christmas that won’t cost you the world

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Reuse, reduce, recycle


Friends, family, lots of food, presents and festive decorations. It’s the time of the year where the rules do not apply. The diet starts in January, kids are allowed to eat chocolate for breakfast and we always end up spending more than we can afford on decorations and presents.

No harm done, right?

Well, for anyone who has been watching the news and basically living on Earth, we know things are very serious and urgent. Read the rest >>

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Clean your office after the Christmas Party: A simple guide

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It’s that time of the year again.

Hosting Christmas parties in the office is undoubtedly an American tradition, but things have changed in the last few years. More and more companies in the UK have started to host their festive parties at the office.

Celebrating Christmas with your colleagues is one of the most highly anticipated activities in the office calendar each year.

The drinks, food and seasonal activities are a great way for office workers to let their hair down and enjoy an evening away from their desks. Read the rest >>

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3 Reasons Why Natural Daylight is Important for Office Workers

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Natural Light

It’s often taken for granted, but these days natural daylight can easily be considered a “work perk”. There is no secret that natural daylight improves not only quality of life but workplace productivity too.

But, as we go into the darkest and shortest days of the year, most office workers will be affected more and more by the poor lighting. 

According to Healthline, over 1,600 employees ranked “access to natural light and views of the outdoors” as their number one desire for a workplace environment. Read the rest >>

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Mould In The Office: How to Remove and Avoid (An Expert Guide)

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There is a risk that indoor environments could develop mould in the colder seasons. Too much moisture in the air can make your home or workplace stuffy and smelly.

Condensation is the main cause of mould.

There’s nothing worse than living or working in an environment with humid walls and a stuffy smell.

Excessive damp is not only unpleasant but also a threat to health. People spending time in damp and mouldy environments are at an increased risk for numerous health problems such as respiratory conditions, asthma or even chest infections. Read the rest >>

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How To Prevent Flu: 5 Things You Didn’t Know

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Top cleaning tips to prevent flu in the workplace

In this effective guide you will find different ways to strengthen your immune system using your surroundings.

1. Wash and dry your hands thoroughly

Starting with basic hygiene, washing your hands thoroughly is one of the most underrated, yet still most effective way to keep germs away. This method should be adopted by all office workers in order to avoid spreading germs in the workplace. Read the rest >>

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How to Remove Office Carpet Stains

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Offices are busy, fast-paced environments so naturally accidents happen. We are all guilty of ink stains, spilling coffee or even wine on a Happy Friday Celebration.

It is recommended that offices use professional cleaning companies for regular carpet maintenance to remove debris and allergens.

However, in the event of a carpet stain, anyone can attack it as soon as it happens to minimise the chances of a permanent stain.

Below are carpet stain removal solutions for the most common stain scenarios. Read the rest >>

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Deep clean in Autumn – 5 Reasons Why

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The hack to beating winter bugs.

A deep clean in Autumn can sound out of the ordinary, but it might just be the answer to avoiding that winter cold.

Busy offices, schools, houses or even hospitals accumulate many types of germs in the summer. Once your immune system weakens in the winter, you are more likely to get ill.

Giving your work or home space a deep clean (professional or do it yourself) in Autumn could have huge impacts on your health. Read the rest >>