We recently looked at how cleaners of communal areas of say apartment of office blocks can also help identify and resolve a few electrical issues. On a similar theme, whenever you have a communal refuse store then things can literally get very messy. People have different expectations of what dumped-rubbish is acceptable, and how it should be removed.... Continue reading
Generally speaking, electrics don’t mix with cleaning and things like water and cleaning-substances that go with it. However, while we are at a property and on site we can often help out with lots of niggly electrical problems that people have. Not of course the technical part, but being a helpful pair of hands to help out and apply a little bit of common sense. This can be for individuals with their homes, or business points of contact, or managing agents involved with communal areas for apartment blocks or say offices.... Continue reading
We understand that cleaning doesn’t spark the enthusiasm of most people. We appreciate that while this will often be the case no matter how you glitz it up, it is possible to make cleaning a whole lot easier and more understandable. We realise too, how this can also apply to roping in other people to help like family members and work colleagues just as much as doing the cleaning yourself…... Continue reading
The good ol’ mop is a great invention really, able to go beyond just clearing bits from a floor surface like with sweeping and offer that extra watered-clean of the surface, and even making it smell better afterwards. Although the principle is simple with just a mop and bucket and some water should suffice, in practice there are a few little tricks to remember to make sure you get the most from it, and if you’re not a regular ‘mopper’, then how to make sure you don’t get caught out:
1. Try and keep toilet ones separate. This is more on the business side, but toilet areas by their nature will tend to have more germs, and so the rule of thumb is to have a separate mop and bucket all together for these areas, as opposed to other non-toilet ones like kitchens and hallways.