Cleaning jobs in London. How to find them

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Finding work as a cleaner in London

Finding a cleaning job in London is not as difficult as it may seem. Cleaning work requires a lot of physical effort and applying for this type of work requires a disciplined, energetic, punctual and healthy individual. Many cleaning jobs are part-time positions, where you will only work for a couple of hours a day. You may also be required to work unsociable hours, such as very early in the morning, late at night or even overnight. Continue reading “Cleaning jobs in London. How to find them”

Tips For Oriental Rug Cleaning & Repair

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Oriental rugs аrе bесоmіng indispensable іn interior design. Becuse oriental rugs соmе іn dіffеrеnt colours аnd designs, thеrе іѕ аlmоѕt сеrtаіnlу оnе thаt іѕ perfect fоr уоur home оut there. Whаt matters mоѕt іѕ thе care аnd maintenance оf thеѕе oriental rugs. Yоu mау bе aware оf thе fact thаt Persian rugs аrе vеrу popular. Thеѕе Persian rugs hаvе tо bе cleaned periodically tо ensure long life оf thе rug. Thankfully, thе Persian rugs аrе vеrу easy tо clean. However, ѕеvеrаl factors hаvе tо bе considered fоr effective cleaning оf thеѕе Persian rugs. Thіѕ passage іѕ аbоut thе dіffеrеnt tools аnd methods uѕеd fоr cleaning thе Persian rugs.
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Tips For Cleaning Wooden Blinds

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How to clean Wooden Blinds

Wood blinds are very elegant and provide sophistication to any room in the house. These blinds were manufactured and designed so as to resist dust which means there is no need to clean them regularly. However, they should be cleaned every three months so that they continue to look attractive and function well. When cleaning them, you just need certain cleaning supplies and a little physical effort. Here are some tips to clean these blinds. Continue reading “Tips For Cleaning Wooden Blinds”

The Best Shampooer For Carpet Cleaning

The best machine for washing your carpet

Most UK residents are well aware that their carpets can easily collect dust. However, they are not generally aware of the plethora of bacteria and other potentially dangerous substances that can reside in the carpet. In order to rid your home of these things, a good carpet shampooer is necessary. There are many factors to consider in which shampooer is the best for carpet cleaning. Continue reading “The Best Shampooer For Carpet Cleaning”

Steam Clean Your Carpet – The advantages.

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The Advantages of Steam Cleaning Your Carpet

Steam cleaning has been available for years and does an amazing job of deep carpet cleaning. If done right, steam cleaning can remove most deep-seated dirt, dust mites, surface oils and other allergens from your carpet and leave it looking great. There can be some confusion about the steam cleaning process and several manufacturers have contributed to the confusion in recent years by releasing vacuums with steam cleaning ‘like’ features that are not truly steam cleaners. Continue reading “Steam Clean Your Carpet – The advantages.”

Sanitary Ware Cleaning Tips

Sanitaryware Cleaning Tips

Many people complain of sanitary warehouse cleaning up very troublesome, today I will introduce you to some effective ways to help you solve your problems. Toilet environment, tile seams prone to dark green tile joints in small mouldy wax.

Bathroom odour

Put lemon peel or bubble over the dry tea leaves on the toilet, and the smell will quickly disappear. Continue reading “Sanitary Ware Cleaning Tips”

Restaurant Kitchen Exhaust Hood Cleaning

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Mаnу nеw restaurant owners оr commercial kitchen managers struggle tо knоw hоw оftеn thеіr exhaust hood fans аnd ducts ѕhоuld bе cleaned. Cleaning thе exhaust hoods, ducts, fans аnd filters аrе nоt оnlу important but аrе required bу thе law undеr fire code NFPA 96. Failing tо properly maintain thе kitchen exhaust hood system саn result іn fires, unpleasant odors, premature breakdown аnd catastrophic loss. Thе grease thаt builds uр іn thе system рrоvіdеѕ ample fuel fоr а fire thаt саn burn аt аn incredible heat. Mоѕt exhaust systems hаvе а fire suppression system wіthіn thе hood аnd аt thе mouth оf thе vertical duct, but fire suppression systems dо nоt provide protection іn thе vertical аnd horizontal ductwork оr thе fan оn thе roof. Continue reading “Restaurant Kitchen Exhaust Hood Cleaning”

Kitchen Exhaust Cleaning – Our Methods

The right and wrong way to cleaning kitchen exhaust systems

Here, I will go over what I feel is the right to clean a hood system. The first step is the setup. Remove all items from the cooking equipment. and turn off the pilot light. Drape plastic sheeting over the equipment or setup a funnel to have all the water fall into a barrel. Note that every system can be set up with a funnel.

Once the cooking equipment is covered properly, we now contain the area. Drape plastic from as high of a point as possible, hopefully the ceiling, down to three inches above the floor in front of the cooking equipment. This will prevent any back splashes of water from contaminating your kitchen.

The next step is to remove the grease filters from your kitchen exhaust system and place them wherever you are going to be cleaning them. If possible, soak them in a chemical solution to assist the cleaning when we get to that stage.

Now that you are set up, check for panels. If there are any panels, open them and scrape out any heavy grease. Also do this to the hood itself.

Now, go to where the fan is located, typically on the roof. However, the fan may also be located on the side of your building. One person stays at the hood armed with a shop vac ready to suck up the water. Then flip the fan to expose the ductwork and the fan blades. You should note that every fan has a hinge hook set up specifically for this purpose.

Once the fan is flipped, the action begins. The ductwork and fan blades are degreased and power washed. Then the fan is placed back. The inner part of the top of the fan is now degreased and power washed. All this happens while water is falling down your ductwork at a rate of between 2 to 5 gallons of water per minute depending on the equipment being used. The man on the ground inside your kitchen takes care of that as it falls. Teamwork is crucial in this work!

Once the fan and duct have been cleaned properly, it is time to move on to the kitchen hood. Move your equipment and yourself to the ground and then degrease and power wash the hood as necessary to make it clean. Sometimes, scrubbing with steel wool and scraping with stiff heavy metal scrapers is required.

Once the hood is clean, one person dries the water from the hood with a towel and polish the hood with steel shiner while the other person goes to tackle the filters. The filters are degreased and power washed, the back side first and then the front. When this is done, put the filters back in your shiny clean kitchen exhaust system and clean up all the mess. Collect payment and leave.