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having a bad day

Thursday, December 8th, 2011

Have you ever noticed how one job/chore always leads to another? or am I just really clumbersome.

I attempted to clean my kitchen earlier: Started with the washing-up, just a few breakfast pots and a banana skin. Pots nearly done, go to cupboard with waste bin, struggle with child lock see bin is full. Empty bin, bag splits, re-bag waste (last bag - remember to write on shopping list). wipe mess from split bag off floor. Finish pots drop glass, smashes. brush up take outside to bin. Vaccuum any last glass shards… Damn vac needs emptying now. Empty vac puffing dust all over. NO HOOVER BAGS!!! use Henry without a bag to hoover dust up.

Woof woof! Dog wants to go out, let out.

back in house wipe sides in kitchen and set out ornaments nicely, Clean cooker hobs knock over ornaments that had been arranged nicely a moment ago, put right again. Fill up mop bucket, phone rings, answer phone, come back, bucket overflowing. Tip out water, mop floor…. Done!

Grab a coffee, milks leaked in fridge. clean up make coffee.

Woof woof!! let dog in.

OMG why cant the dog wipe it’s paws…… Why bother!

Moral to the story is… Don’t Bother - leave it to somebody else!

(never did write bags on shopping list!!!)

New years Resolutions ideas

Tuesday, December 6th, 2011

Lose Weight and Get Fit
Quit Smoking
Clean House
Learn Something New
Eat Healthier and Diet
Get Out of Debt and Save Money
Spend More Time with Family
Travel to New Places
Be Less Stressed
Volunteer
Drink Less

Domestic Cleaning tip No78 offers advice on keeping ash trays cleaner.

Tuesday, November 2nd, 2010

The domestic cleaning tip below gives you advice on how to help prevent your cigarette ash from sticking to the sides of your ashtrays. 

This domestic cleaning tip is one of a collection of useful domestic ashtraycleaning tips that we are publishing on a regular basis, so if you would like to be reminded when a new domestic cleaning tip is published please use the subscribe form below.

Domestic Cleaning tip No78 offers some good clean advice on keeping your ash trays cleaner.

 

If you spray your ash trays prior to use with a little furniture polish you will then discover that the ash will fall out without sticking to the sides.

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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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Removing mould growth domestic cleaning tip No74

Tuesday, January 19th, 2010

With a little luck you will find this domestic cleaning tip that givesremoving mould growth you advice on removing mould growth to be of use to you. You will also find below many further links to other household domestic cleaning tips that constitute part of this series of small blog articles  that I am currently publishing on a regular basis.

Cleaning tip No74 gives you advice on removing mould growth

Mould growth can be removed by using a damp cloth. Afterwards wipe down the surface again with a clean duster that as been well soaked in a detergent and water solution.

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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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Cleaning from top to bottom Cleaning reduction tip

Saturday, May 2nd, 2009

I am currently writing a series of small articles, which are aimed at what I call domestic cleaning reduction! Strictly speaking these cleaning tips are focused more on the minimising of the household domestic cleaning requirements within your household, by explaining ways that you can reduce the spread of dirt, grime and germs throughout your property.

Cleaning from top to bottom

When cleaning your property it is always advisable to start at the top and work downwards. If you start at the bottom and work up you will often discover that you will be messing up the bottom again once you dust and clean the higher levels, causing you to have to do the job twice.

New cleaning reduction tips are always more than welcome.

Previous household cleaning reduction tips

Please note that I am producing these cleaning reduction 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 cleaning reduction tips given.

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Living clean, living healthy, living safe, living green

Friday, March 20th, 2009

Living clean, living healthy, living safe, living green, do this, do that, no you can’t, yes you will, no you won’t, do as you are told, healthy eating, Health & Safety the worlds gone absolutely bonkers!

Can it get any worse?

To be continued ………………………………..

 

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Fleas environmental cleaning

Thursday, March 12th, 2009

 Fleas environmental cleaning

A good few years ago I worked for a cleaning company that amongst other things did environmental cleaning and I will never ever forget the first clean that I did for this cleaning company.

Just before entering the customers property one of my collegues gave me some flea spray to use on my arms and legs plus also a facemask and at the time I thought it was going a little bit over the top. How wrong I was the house was absolutely filthy, fleas and both animal and human excrement were all over the place.

No one prepared me for what I witnessed and for the first hour I did absolutely nothing but retch, and I bet the cleaning company got a good price for the clean despite paying us just the minimum wage!

Post provided by Susan and Alan Marshall Dolly Char Bradford

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Builders cleans explained

Friday, March 6th, 2009

Builders cleans explained

A builders clean is usually a very intense clean that will require a lot of hard work.   A builders clean is a totally different type of cleaning exercise to that posed by a regular weekly or fortnightly clean.  Builders cleans are much more intense and deep clean than many of the other types of clean that can be carried out with in domestic accommodation. 

Builders cleans are usually performed in brand new properties or properties that have under gone major alterations.  The builders clean will often require the last remnants of the builders materials been removed such as off cuts of wood, plaster splashes that require removing from floor, plastic film removing from windows, doors and kitchen units etc.

Usually a builders clean takes place prior to the carpets and final decorative items been fitted with in the newly refurbished or built property. 

Due to the previous point builders cleans often require the cleaning company to be available at short notice and to also be completed by a strict deadline because of other companies such as carpet fitters working also to strict deadlines! 

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Regular fortnightly light cleans

Wednesday, February 18th, 2009

 Regular fortnightly light cleans

A regular fortnightly light clean is usually very similiar to a regular weekly clean apart from obviously been once a fortnight instead of weekly.   The same as regular weekly cleans regular fortnightly cleans are not as intense or as deep as many other types of clean that can be carried out within peoples properties. 

Regular fortnightly cleans are usually performed in properties that are already cleaned to quite a respectable if not actually an high standard.  Usually the cleaning lady/maid will help out by doing regular fortnightly light cleaning tasks such as vacuuming the property, lightly cleaning skirting boards, polishing, general light kitchen and bathroom cleaning maintenance, cob webbing, dusting, mopping floors plus lots of other every day household cleaning jobs.

A regular fortnightly helping hand clean can also be described as a keeping on top of clean.  Properties that are already at a fairly good level of cleanliness a regular fortnightly light helping hand clean is all that should be required to maintain satisfactory cleaning standards within the property. 

Due to the fact of been every other week, fortnightly cleans do usually rely on the householder to be much more hands on in keeping their home clean.

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Vanish carpet stain remover

Friday, February 6th, 2009

Vanish carpet stain remover

Vanish carpet stain remover is an ideal domestic cleaning product for helping you clean areas of carpet that are in constant use such as staircases, hallways and doorways.  Vanish carpet stain remover is just the product for keeping those heavy useage areas looking clean and fresh.

Vanish carpet stain remover domestic cleaning product comes supplied in a powder foam form within an aerosol can. 

To use Vanish carpet stain remover simply just spray it onto your carpet from an height of approx 80cm or 2′6″ covering all the area that you wish to clean.   Once you have sprayed the dirty area of carpet use a sponge or damp cloth to work the in foam well.  After you have completed this process leave the treated area for around two hours before finally vacuuming clean.

Vanish carpet stain remover can be purchased in 600ml canisters.

For further information on the Vanish carpet stain remover domestic cleaning product please visit their website at www.vanish.co.uk.

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