Technology can get your cleaning
done in less time (or you could
give us a call!)

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Cleaning tips #6 and #7 …these
will come in handy over the
Easter school holidays…

How to remove crayon marks From fabric: Scrape off what you can, then dab with methylated spirits. Rinse and wash as normal. From vinyl wallpaper: Wipe with a damp cloth, or try a proprietary stain remover. From painted walls and wallpaper: Repaint or patch the wallpaper! How to remove felt tip pen marks Most are […]

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Cleaning Tip #5: Removing Coffee
Stains

From carpet: Sponge with cold water, then blot dry. Shampoo the carpet if a mark persists. From fabric: Soak in a warm water and washing soda solution, then wash on as hot a setting as the fabric can take. Stubborn marks may be removed by soaking in a 1:2 clear vinegar and water solution. From […]

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Cleaning Tip #4: Cleaning Kitchen
Work Surfaces

Daily: Wipe down work surfaces before and after every use. You can use an antibacterial spray, but warm water and washing-up liquid is enough if you are thorough. Ceramic tiles: Clean up the grouting with a solution of one part bleach to four parts water, using an old toothbrush to scrub between the tiles. Stains […]

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Handy Cleaning Tip #3:
Cleaning Stainless Steel

Usually, stainless steel can be cleaned with warm water and washing-up liquid. Heavier marks can be cleaned with cream cleaner or a bicarbonate of soda and water paste. Avoid abrasive cleaners that might scratch the surface. Perk up dull stainless steel with a bracing rub using a paste of baking soda and water. Remove limescale […]

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Handy Cleaning Tip #2:
Defrosting the Freezer

When ice starts to build up you need to defrost the fridge or fridge freezer. Transfer the cargo to cool bags then stick a bowl of hot water inside to help the thaw. Once the ice is melted, clean out the appliance as above and restock generously! A couple of times a year: pull the […]

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Handy Cleaning Tip #1
Removing Red Wine Stains

Removing red wine stains… Salt often doesn’t do the trick. Instead, blot as much as possible with kitchen towel, soak with sparkling or soda water, then blot again. Repeat the process, then sponge with soapy water and blot dry again. From carpets: If stain persists, clean with carpet shampoo and rinse well – call us […]

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