Good day to you. Welcome to another article on topics that you never thought you’d find interesting until you read them on the Clean Cleaner blog. This time it’s all about soap.
We’ll discuss what soap is, how it removes stains from material/you, why you don’t get ill each week, and the contentious topic of antibacterial soap.
Following your wise decision to start using the Clean Cleaner cleaning services in Edinburgh we want to offer you some practical suggestions for using the extra time that becomes available with your new found freedom from that particular chore. Our first suggestion is to discover more about where you live. With that in mind we had a brief conversation with Fraser Paterson who is a Freelance Tour Guide in Edinburgh as well as a magazine and web journalist specialising in golf & Scottish history.
His clients include: The Scots Magazine, Edinburgh Life, Golfblogger UK, Porter Novelli, The List Eating & Drinking Guide 2014 & The Scottish Genealogist.
Clean Cleaner are here again for your cleaning needs. This time we’re watching out for your health, and spreading the word about which commonly used cleaning products you definitely shouldn’t be combining.
The human body is a delicate construction, and these three mixes that will undoubtedly cause you harm with enough exposure. As it turns out, bleach is the common denominator in all three mixtures so bare that in mind next time you’re scrubbing your toilet bowl.
It’s time for another blog post from your favourite domestic cleaning company, helping you resolve your least favourite domestic cleaning problems. Today we’re tackling the cleaning of stainless steel.
What makes stainless steel so great for home appliances is often its downfall when keeping up appearances day-to-day. It’s shiny, and it’s very durable - perfect for modern life. One major gripe is fingerprint marks.
With high levels of interest continuing in ways to clean that are more natural or use less 'manufactured' cleaning materials here is a method of cleaning silver (or something along similar lines without the access to aluminium foilthat we have today) that would have been in full use 100 years ago, before the advent of multi national chemical manufacturing and supermarkets.
How many of us would consider our home as a workplace? Not many probably, however, if you have someone in to work in or on your home, a cleaner perhaps or someone to do building work, then it will become one. In this blog post we discuss the potentially harmful effects of cleaning products on the respiratory system to raise public and professional awareness.
What is Black Mould (or more often called Sooty mould) and where does it come from? Mould is a term used to describe fungi which colonise areas in thread-like structures called hyphae. Moulds are eukaryotic cells, meaning they more closely resemble plant and animal cells than they do bacteria - however, they are still microorganisms.
Cleaning products for your house! It's baffling to know what is best to use. We all know about eco friendly products, but nothing can touch the power and effectiveness of bleach for cleaning the toilet and getting rid of all those nasty germs. Or can it?
Bleach is, well, just bleach isn't it? We explain bleach as you've probably never heard it. Once you have read the blog you will then have a better understanding of bleach and you can decide if you want to continue using it in the future.
This is the first post in the series produced by Clean Cleaner. In this series we’re writing about topics related to cleaning (we are a cleaning company after all) that people wouldn’t necessarily read about under normal circumstances. We’re collecting all the relevant information on a topic into one article that’s easy to read and, hopefully, you’ll learn something new along the way. We certainly have. For this article we’re concentrating on household dust. Have you ever taken the time to think about what dust actually is?