Keeping your home or business clean can be challenging, but over the years of keeping a shop clean and cleaning my house, I have learned a lot about cleaning. I've learned how to clean in order to impress clients, and I've learned how to keep my house clean in spite of children bringing in dirt and mess all the time. I love to write so decided to start this blog. Here, I am going to share a range of cleaning tips with an emphasis on the "old school", homemade or natural tips. However, sometimes, truthfully, you need chemicals and professionals so I will also delve into those topics. Thanks for reading and good luck with cleaning.
27 October 2015
Homeowners can concur that window cleaning is an arduous task. However, this is a necessary evil, as the benefits cannot be ignored. You may not like to sacrifice your downtime to this labour intensive task and, as such, you find that grime and dirt keep accumulating on your windows. Instead of leaving this grime to accumulate undeterred, you could consider professional cleaning services. Here are some of the benefits of enlisting professional cleaning services.
22 October 2015
At the end of the normal work day, you probably do not have the time or the energy to clean up after yourself. In the morning, however, you do expect your office to be spick and span, all surfaces dusted, the carpet vacuumed and the waste bin emptied. If you do not have the time or energy in your schedule to do this, the next logical thing would be to hire outside help to clean up for you.
22 October 2015
An office strip out refers to the full removal of everything in an office, from old furniture and desks to carpeting and ceiling tiles. Having an office strip out done can give you a blank footprint needed for remodeling the office, opening up the space, putting up walls to create new suites, and the like. Before you hire any company for an office strip out job, note a few important questions to ask so you know what's included and ensure you hire the right company.
13 October 2015
If you have asbestos in your home, it is legal, in most cases, for you to remove it yourself. However, the practice can still be risky. Before you begin to remove your own asbestos, guide yourself through these five questions. They can help you determine if self removal is the best option for you: 1. Is the asbestos intact? In many cases, asbestos lurks in old flooring or insulation. If the asbestos-containing item is intact, it basically holds the asbestos fibres in, and you don't have to remove it.
8 October 2015
One of the biggest investments that you can make is purchasing a home. As such, it would be in your best interests to keep it in the best condition possible. This could be for the simple reason of maintaining the glory of your investment or enhancing its curb appeal in the event that you put it on the market later on. No matter the reasons, your cleaning methods should not make the quality of your home deteriorate.