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How clean are your sheets?

We spend one third of our lives sleeping.  This is reflected in the amount of dust and debris that can be found in the bedroom.  But a recent survey revealed that over half of us sleep in dirty sheets – only 40% of us change our bed sheets once a week. The YouGov poll questioned….

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Can we be too clean?

A report by The International Scientific Forum on Home Hygiene (IFH) has shed some light into the debate that society is too sterile.  Many believe we overdo home hygiene, killing off good bacteria along with bad and not giving our immune systems a chance to develop.  This is thought to explain the rise in allergies….

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3 Steps to hallway heaven

The first room we see when we walk into a home is the hallway, making it one of the most important rooms in the house.  We all know that first impressions count.  It takes one tenth of a second to decide how you they feel about a space, whether it’s clean, homely, lived-in, messy, chaotic. ….

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Cleaning Graffiti in London

In 2002 the city spent £100 million on graffiti removal.  This type of vandalism makes areas look rundown, reducing property values, and can contain offensive or racist messages. Penalties range from an £80 spot fine to up to £5000 or imprisonment.  Last month a 32 year old man was jailed for a 7 year graffiti….

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How mould affects your health

Mould is a fungus which grows in damp conditions.  When spores become airborne and enter the body through the airways, they can cause allergic reactions, infection, and in extreme cases death. Signs that mould could be affecting your health include: coughing, sore throat, asthma, tiredness, eye or skin irritations, headaches, and nausea.  If you find….

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Cleaning and the importance of smell

Cleanliness isn’t just about seeing that something is neat and tidy.  It’s a feeling.  Your home has an atmosphere which is created through sight, sound, touch and smell.  A clean feel is achieved by appealing to multiple senses. Have you ever noticed that when you walk into a home or office, the first thing you….

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Why you should switch to micro-fibre

Micro fibres are very fine threads woven together to create a single thread.  A normal cloth is made up of one thread which pushes dirt and dust around.  The multiple threads of a micro-fibre mean it has a greater surface area; with a sweeping action where dirt gets trapped (kind of like dust in a….

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We spend £1 billion a year on cleaning products – save money with household alternatives

Brits spend around £1 billion every year on cleaning products.  You can save yourself lots of money by ditching the expensive brand name cleaners and using stuff from round the house instead. Here are 2 must have items: 1.  Baking soda This versatile product can clean your floor, oven, bathroom, kitchen, sinks, taps.  It removes….

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Community London Clean-Up

Volunteers worked hard over the weekend to clean up a road in Palmers Green, Enfield.  The area is a popular fly-tipping site and fed-up residents were happy to take matters into their own hands.  Barclays Bank also donated £500 towards cleaning equipment and decoration. The group picked litter, got rid of rubbish, tended to weeds….

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