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Is Your Leather Sofa Looking Grubby?

When you invest in a new sofa, chair or other piece of furniture, you probably ensure that it receives all the care and attention possible to keep it looking great for as long as possible. However, eventually, signs of wear will appear on even the best-protected sofa. Perhaps, there will be stains from a spilled coffee or pet odours from the family dog clinging to the fabric? When you start to notice indications that your upholstery is not as clean as it once was, you could attempt to clean the furniture yourself, but those results are not always effective.   Read More...

Cleaning Your Carpet at the End of a Tenancy

When you come to the end of your tenancy, the person you're renting the property from will likely perform an inspection. As a part of that inspection, they'll try to figure out whether they need to perform a deep clean of any area for the next tenant. One area that you shouldn't neglect is your carpet. If you want to avoid losing some of your deposit due to a dirty carpet, here's what to do before you move out.   Read More...

3 Carpet Cleaning Tips To Follow If You Have Allergies

Allergies can be a nightmare to live with, and it's even worse when the allergens are inside your own home. Your home should be somewhere you can rest and recuperate, but that's nearly impossible when you find yourself sneezing or nursing itchy skin every time you sit down on the sofa or get in bed to sleep.  That said, keep in mind that you don't have to live with allergens in your own home.   Read More...

Two mistakes managers of nursing homes make when using a new commercial cleaning service

Here are some common mistakes made by nursing home managers when they need to use a new commercial cleaning service. Not emphasising the importance of keeping strong cleaning chemicals locked away In a lot of other commercial settings, it doesn't really matter if a cleaner leaves, for example, some bleach on a table whilst they're cleaning some other area. However, this is not the case in nursing homes. Some managers will neglect to tell their new commercial cleaners that they must keep a special eye on things like ammonia or bleach-based chemicals even when using them.   Read More...

Important Things You Should Know About Asbestos

You might have heard people say that asbestos is bad for your health. What you might not know is where you can come into contact with it and, if you do, how to handle it. If you own an old home, especially one that was built before the year 2003, there is a high probability that asbestos might be present in the building materials used. The reason behind this is that asbestos was used in Australia between the years 1980 and 2003.   Read More...