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Cleaning soap scum from baths domestic cleaning tip

Friday, July 31st, 2009

Hopefully this domestic cleaning tip that gives you some good advice about cleaning soap scum away from baths will prove to  be useful. You will also find below a  link to many other household domestic cleaning tips that make up this series of small cleaning tip articles that I am currently publishing oncleaning soap scum a regular basis.

Domestic cleaning tip No71  provided you with some advice on cleaning soap scum out of your bath.


One of the simplest techniques for removing soap scum from your bath, sinks, and shower doors is by using a damp dryer sheet.

Simply wipe down the scum with the dryer sheet. also it is a good pointer to keep a few dryer sheets handy in your bathroom ready to wipe down your bath and shower straight after you have used them. Remembering to do this should save you having to deal with soap scum in the future.

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Please note that I have produced these cleaning tips in good faith and has such will take no responsibility for any failure or damage that may be caused or attributed by the use of any of the tips given.

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Domestic cleaning agency Westminster Abraham Apaw

Monday, July 27th, 2009

Dolly Char (UK) Ltd is pleased to introduce to you our latest franchise Abraham Apaw who is now operating is own Dolly Char DomesticDomestic Cleaning Agency Westminster Abraham Apaw Cleaning Agency around the Westminster area of London.

Abraham comes from a background of accountancy but diversified into cleaning science. With his vast experience in domestic, commercial and industrial cleaning; He is professionally reliable, efficient and competent who ensures clients satisfaction as his top priority.  He has worked with several cleaning companies and blue chip clients.  He is currently an accredited member of the British Institute of Cleaning Sciences (BICs) and a member of British Chamber of Commerce.

Abraham is now proud to be the local face of the national Dolly Char domestic cleaning team and regularly meeting new Clients. He is now offering a first class domestic cleaning service in and around the Westminster area.

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Cleaning shirt collars cleaning tip

Saturday, July 25th, 2009

Hopefully this domestic cleaning tip that offers you some advice on cleaning your dirty shirt collars will prove useful.   Also find below acleaning a dirty shirt collar link to many other household domestic cleaning and clothes washing tips that make this series of articles that I am currently publishing on a regular basis.

Domestic cleaning tip No70 gives you advice on cleaning dirty shirt collars.

Using a tiny paintbrush carefully brush onto your soiled shirt collars prior to washing them some hair shampoo.

New domestic cleaning tips are always more than welcome. 

Please note that I have produced these cleaning tips in good faith and has such will take no responsibility for any failure or damage that may be caused or attributed by the use of any of the tips given.

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Swine Flu preventative measures

Tuesday, July 21st, 2009

There’s a lot of worry at the minute about Swine Flu and the risk of passing germs from one person to another. So, without living like a hermit, what can you do to lower the risk of passing on, or catching, something at swine flu preventionwork?

 

Well, the first thing is that you need to learn a little bit about how viruses like to exist!

 

They cannot reproduce from nothing, and most only have a 72 hour lifespan, so like us all, they are keen to find a way of reproducing. The kind of environments that they like are around us all the time. They like: Fat and Oil, Warmth, Food, Moisture. Sounds like most offices, and many houses!

 

So, the practical steps you can take;

 

In the Office

Do not eat near your desk. The desk is usually a prime place for bacteria to live, as they get oils from your skin, warmth from computer equipment. When you eat at your desk, you are also giving them a platform to exist on. To prove this, turn over your keyboard, and give it two or three taps. See what drops out!

 

Do not put food in your office bins. Eat in a separate area, and use the bin in the canteen / kitchen

 

Wash bins regularly, or ask your contract cleaners to include this in their daily routine. This has a major effect in reducing the risk of spreading germs.

 

BANISH SOAP - Think about it. Fat, moisture, nooks and crannies - all the most important things if you are a flu virus! Ditch the bars of soap, and invest in wall mounted, dosed dispensers. We can provide these for about a tenner - they aren’t expensive.

 

Use paper towels and/or hand dryers. The debate about this one rages on, but the most important thing is not to have a communal tea towel to dry hands on. Again, moisture and fat are a germ’s friend.

 

Make use of antibacterial hand gels. We can supply these, but to be honest you can nip down to your local high street chemist or supermarket and pick them up cheap.

 

“Encourage” staff to wash their hands. A few strategically placed signs can aid immensely, especially in the washrooms. Did you know that 6 million Brits do not wash their hands after going to the toilet? Oh, and it’s not all Men by the way - just Google it!

 

Importantly, you should ensure that your surfaces and equipment are kept clean and tidy.  Remove as much dust as you can, and keep a good eye on your cleaning company.  They should be taking extra measures to stem the rate or cross-contamination.

 

Mostly, it’s common sense.  I’m sure there’s no need to make huge changes, but it may be time to put into practice some of the things we should be doing anyway!

This post was kindly submitted by Richard & Megan from Dolly Char domestic cleaning Wakefield

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Chris Smith was born in Holmfirth

Saturday, July 4th, 2009

Chris Smith was born in Holmfirth ,West Yorkshire, a small town on the edge of the Pennines made famous by the long running TV series “Last of thedomestic cleaning eastbourne Summer Wine”

He is a keen sports fan and has spent much of his working life as a betting office manager. He came to the South of England in1993 and in 1999 married his wife Jackie who has a wealth of experience in the domestic cleaning sector. Together they started their own domestic cleaning business in 2007 and have built a healthy mutual respect with their customers due to their reliability and willingness to provide a domestic cleaning service which is tailored to the customers needs.

Chris Smith is now proud to be the local face of the national Dolly Char domestic cleaning team and regularly meeting new Clients. He is now offering a first class domestic cleaning service in and around the Brighton and Eastbourne areas

 

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