Our first ever cleaning project in Scotland On the night of Saturday the 21st march 2015, we began cleaning our first ever Glasgow cleaning contract. It was another large size M&S cafeteria. We can tell you it sounded like "what? is it worth it?" to us just as much as it might sound to you. Especially when you consider the fact that Green Heart
Most people will consider themselves as a good cleaner. However from a professional point of view, we have realised that that is not quite the case for most. Here is a reason; cleaning is subjective to individual standard for cleanliness, hence most people clean to the standard they are comfortable with (or to standard of their knowledge). From a
Taps are very important contributors to the overall hygiene state of any washroom or kitchen. If you have ever noticed that most toilet users use them (those who don't will pass the germs on to the door handle - More on this later). All taps suffer from 3 common problems: Limescale build up - limescale is caused by the water's hardness level.
Grout is most inevitable as they are used in almost all homes and office. Grout is porous, just like to body's skin and it can absorb dirt that come in contact with it. Grouts are effective adhesives used to hold bathroom and kitchen tiles in place. This wide use of grout in our buildings means that anyone cleaning these buildings should be
Most people think of eco-friendly cleaning as expensive or an ineffective method of cleaning - however some natural cleaning products and cheap and readily available. Cleaning is a chore to most people and therefore not naturally desirable. This is why shuffling through your cooking ingredient for ingredients such as vinegar, lemon, bicarbonate of