Odor Removal

07
Mar

   Spring Cleaning Checklist & Tips  The first day of Spring is fast approaching, and you know what that means….Spring cleaning is upon us! If you’ve ever wanted to know how to update your wardrobe whilst saving space at the same time, or how to patch a window screen, Martha Stewart may well have the answers. She has come out with a very specific room-by-room checklist to help you with your Spring Cleaning this year. You can access it and print it out by clicking here     Author: Official Cleaning Company    

29
May

Summer means no more school runs, beach holidays, lazy days, long nights, BBQ all day long, and going outside. Cleaning the house is probably the last thing on your mind!!! However, your home still needs some tender loving care. If your going away on holiday this summer, make sure you clean as much as you can, nothing is worse than coming back from a sun-filled, relaxing holiday, with a golden brown tan, to an un-tidy home. I know its easy to get overwhelmed with all that needs to be done, whether you live in a small studio apartment or a fabulous five-bedroom house, it always seems like a bigger job than it really is. So if your stuck with where to start, I have devised a cleaning checklist for you to use and add where necessary. To Do List Kitchen • Clean out fridge/freezer • Scrub Oven/stove • Clean Kitchen appliances (Microwave, blender, toaster, drawers) • Mop Kitchen and bathroom Bedroom • Make bed(s) • Put toys away Garden • Clean

07
Jan

For all odours, the first thing you should do is to remove the cause of the odour. To remove smoke film from washable surfaces, use a solution of heavy-duty cleaner or degreaser. A dash of water-soluble deodorizer from a janitorial supply store added to the solution will help neutralize the odour. For smoky windows, add one part prophylaxis alcohol to five parts window cleaner to help cut the oily film. Smoke on porous surfaces is a tougher proposition. Light smoke film on acoustic ceiling tile can be removed by professional ceiling cleaners, but heavy buildup usually requires painting or replacement of the tile. Upholstered furniture, draperies and carpeting can be wet- or dry-cleaned, as appropriate, after a thorough vacuuming, with water-soluble deodorizer added to the cleaning solution to control residual smoke odour. If you smoke in