Posts Tagged ‘window cleaning’

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

24
May

Replacing our every day, toxic cleaning products with environmentally friendly ones goes a long way towards ensuring a home with fresh, clean air; renewing and rejuvenating our lives and the environment. The cleaning products that we buy in the local supermarkets contain hundreds of toxic chemicals which can not only lead to endless health problems for you and your family, but are causing problems of a much larger scale for the environment Follow the tips below for a safer, happier more environmentally friendly home.1. White vinegar: Great for cleaning windows and stains, polishing bathroom and kitchen, as a deodoriser and disinfectant, as a natural fabric softener. Always use diluted and avoid using on marble. Test first on tile.2. training services . Baking Soda: To unblock sinks, pour some dissolved baking soda and warm water solution down the plug and then pour boiling water immediately afterwards

10
Feb

The best way to clean windows, or any large expanse of glass, is with a squeegee. It does a faster and better job. You need a professional-quality squeegee and a window wand. If you'll be cleaning high windows, you also will need an extension pole. The basic process is simple - apply the cleaning solution with the window wand and pull the dirt and water off with the squeegee. Detailed Review 1. Mix a capful of ammonia or five drops of liquid dish detergent in two litres of water. Resist the urge to use too much detergent; that causes streaking. 2. Dip your window scrubbing wand or a sponge 3/4 of an inch into the solution, picking up just enough water to wet the window without flooding it. Wet the entire window then go