General tips and tricks for domestic and commercial cleaning. Whether you're wanting quick pointers for yourself, or more in depth information to help you manage cleaners, there's relevant posts to help.
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For those involved with cleaning communal areas it can prove a more difficult task than what you might first think. It should be straightforward, however it’s often the many interests involved that can cause complications. Budgets may limit what can actually cleaned, and people’s expectations are high when it comes to what they expect to see, particularly when it’s for residential properties and people’s own homes – which is quite understandable. And the actual cleaners can...
We’ve come across a great blog post here regarding potential changes to the way in which local authorities chase culprits who don’t correctly use refuse bins. This was from the Housing Minister amidst changes for HMOs generally, and is regarding rented properties. Typically, the tenant occupier is responsible for using bins correctly, however these potentially new-found powers could allow a local authority to go after a landlord as well. The writer of this piece, a property specialist,...
So you've finally managed to sell your home. All them late nights of speaking to estate agents, private buyers & auction houses have paid off! You have found the perfect buyer and can finally start looking forward to the next chapter in your life. Well almost. There remains the small task of cleaning out your home so it looks presentable for the new owners. I know what you're thinking – the last thing you want to do at this stage is spend hours and hours cleaning up the place you're not...
Although cleaning is usually straightforward, and in most cases shouldn’t have unnecessary complications, this doesn't mean that people still don't need some form of training to get going. Even the basics of carrying out safely, doing it the right way, and using the right equipment and substances should be explained to some degree. Of course, this is the case for commercial and business contexts, with references often made to adherence of 'COSHH policies' and making sure tick-lists are...
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