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Cleaning chicken muck domestic cleaning tip No62

Tuesday, April 21st, 2009

Hopefully you will find this household domestic cleaning tip that offer advice on chicken dirt to be useful. You will also find below many a further link to other household domestic cleaning tips that constitute part of this series of blogs that I am currently publishing on a regular basis.

Domestic cleaning tip No62 gives advice on chicken muck.

This tip is based on a personal experience of mine that happened many years ago when I used to work on council house maintenance. I went along to replace a ceramic tile above a kitchen work surface and I was warned that the clients’ property was a touch smelly. Upon arriving at the house on that warm summers afternoon I could detect what smelt like chicken s–t/muck and when I opened the clients back gate I was greeted by chickens and a back garden that was totally covered in well chicken muck. I carefully tip toed towards the back door and when the client opened the door to let me in out popped two or three chickens. The chicken muck was also all over the ground floor of the property. The client went on to explain that the chickens had the run of the downstairs but that they were not allowed to go upstairs! My stomach was reaching and I could not face doing the job and turned around and left. I did end up getting a rollicking from my boss for refusing to do the job!

You can certainly prevent yourself a lot of cleaning by keeping your chickens out doors.

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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