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Why Choose Green Cleaning for Your Commercial Cleaning Needs?

Green cleaning usually refers to cleaning methods and products that are as environmentally-friendly as possible, cutting down on toxic fumes and irritants while also reducing waste. When you're ready to shop around for a cleaning service for your office, warehouse, retail store or other such location, note a few questions you might have about green cleaning services and a few reasons to consider opting for green cleaning. Doesn't green cleaning cost more? Read More 

Three tips for keeping your home neat and clean

Keeping on top of the housework can be challenging, particularly if you have a demanding job and children to look after. However, there are steps you can take to ensure your home stays consistently neat and clean, even if you have a hectic schedule and don't fancy the idea of spending several hours a day cleaning. Read on to find out more about these steps. Make it as easy as possible for yourself Read More 

Five Tips for Stripping Your Business’s Floors Effectively

If you want the floor of your shop to shine, you may occasionally want to strip off the existing wax, clean the floor and apply a new layer of mix. Stripping a floor can be time consuming and challenging, but with the right tips, you can handle it. Here are some essential tips to help: 1. Make sure you use the right type of stripper When choosing a stripping product for your floor, make sure that you choose a product that works with the type of floor you have. Read More 

Tips When Hiring Rug Cleaning Services

End of lease cleaning is a nightmare for every homeowner in Australia. However, if you want to have your bond back, you have to ensure the house is left clean. Some of the items that require thorough end of lease cleaning are rugs or carpets. Be it your own bought rog or one that came with the house when you leased it, keeping floor rugs clean is essential in every home. Read More 

Why a Clean Garbage Chute Is Important for Tenants

In many cases, the responsibility of cleaning and maintaining a garbage chute in privately owned buildings falls to the landlord. Although a receptacle for unwanted waste, it is important from the tenant's point of view that the chute works as it should and does not pose a risk to their health. Surprisingly, an improperly maintained garbage chute can pose more than one risk to a tenant. Here's why a clean and functioning garbage chute is important to your tenants and how to properly clean the chute. Read More