Cleaner Cleaner Blog
22 April 2020
At this time and until further notice, we are operating as we normally do, following the government advice in regards to social distancing to protect our customers and teams.Read More »
23 March 2020
We hope that everyone is well staying safe and staying at home!
As a response to the current situation we have added an additional step completely free of charge which we believe will be beneficial to everyone.Read More »
5 March 2020
It’s certainly not nice to hear about the rising number of people affected by the coronavirus around the globe, however every negative event has its silver lining. I reckon that the whole coronavirus outbreak will benefit towards raising the hygiene standards across the average UK household. Hopefully these high standards will remain as high long after the coronavirus pandemic.Read More »
13 January 2020
Precision is crucial when it comes to stain removal
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When your favourite item of furniture or expensive carpet suffers from a sudden spill that immediately produces a stain, your first reaction is often to attempt to remove the stain yourself. With supermarkets offering such a wide range of products with names that promise to banish all manner of stains, it’s no surprise that consumers reach for a bottle off the shelf. Many people don’t know, however, that according to a recent report, in 90% of cases in which a customer attempts to remove a stain themselves it ends in an insurance claim and a write-off. The truth is that stain removal is actually a matter of chemistry and, as a result, there is no single product that can tackle all stains on any carpet fibre!
28 November 2019
Buying leather furniture is often about having a thing of beauty in your living room or workplace. Leather sofas are considered to be comfortable and hardwearing too.
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There’s another big factor in the leather vs fabric debate. Recent research shows that 95% of people who buy leather furniture expect it to last longer than fabric. Also, the popular perception is that leather is easier to clean and maintain.
4 April 2019
Moving into a new home can be very exciting. It can also be very stressful. This end of tenancy moving guide is designed to help you make sure you experience a smooth move rather than a rough ride.
We like to think our checklist is pretty comprehensive and we are confident that by following it, moving out of a rented property and moving into your new home will be less stressful and more exciting.
How much time you give yourself to do all these tasks will depend on how much you need to do – so we recommend you scan through the list now and decide how much time to give yourself – some people need at least 2 months.
22 December 2018
Louise, a Landlady in Wandsworth, reached out to us via the contact form on our website in need of an end of tenancy cleaning for her property after the previous tenants, not realising it was their responsibility, failed to organise their own cleaning. Read More »
26 October 2018
Carpets can make a home feel nice and cosy. Carpets not only feel nice under ones feet, they also act as a sound and thermal insulation. However, they also trap a lot of airborne dust that would otherwise cause allergies and affects those who suffer from asthma. As with everything we often use, they accumulate dust and grime and after few months start to look grubby. Read More »
30 September 2018
Carpet cleaning is considered, by many, a magic service that can lift old stains which have been unsuccessfully attempted with various cleaning products, or remove imbedded pet hair from carpets that have not been vacuumed for prolonged periods of times, or eliminate furniture indentation marks from furniture that sat in situ for years. Read More »