Graphic of a yellow light bulb. This image highlights the free cleaning tips that we provide in addition to the commercial cleaning, office cleaning, facilities management and security services we offer throughout Scotland including in Aberdeen, Dundee, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Perth, Fife and Inverness.

CLEANING TIPS

From making your own eco friendly cleaners to using steam to tackle tough stains, we have a range of eco friendly cleaning tips to keep your location tidy, green and clean.
Graphic of a yellow light bulb. This image highlights the free cleaning tips that we provide in addition to the commercial cleaning, office cleaning, facilities management and security services we offer throughout Scotland including in Aberdeen, Dundee, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Perth, Fife and Inverness.

CLEANING TIPS

From making your own eco friendly cleaners to using steam to tackle tough stains, we have a range of eco friendly cleaning tips to keep your location tidy, green and clean.

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How to clean your microwave using vinegar 23rd July 2018

Is your microwave in need of a tidy, green, clean? If so, simply place a bowl of water with some vinegar in it and microwave it for a few minutes. The vinegar will loosen the food stains, allowing you to easily wipe them away from the inside of your microwave.… Read more

How to clean stains from your vinyl flooring 16th July 2018

Clean stains on vinyl flooring by simply dipping a microfiber cloth into lemon juice and then rubbing it over the stained area. Such a simple, easy and eco friendly way to bring the zing back to your vinyl flooring. Read more cleaning tips Visit our cleaning tips section for more… Read more

How to clean your coffee maker 9th July 2018

A good coffee maker can feel like heaven to coffee lovers, but cleaning it can seem like hell! But it doesn’t have to be. Simply dilute some vinegar with water and use it to clean your coffee maker once every month and then rinse it out with some fresh water… Read more

How to use olive oil to clean wooden furniture 2nd July 2018

Olive oil may be great with food but it is also great when cleaning wooden furniture. Simply mix equal parts olive oil and lemon juice then add a small amount to a cloth and apply to the wood in long and even strokes. Just remember not to lick it off… Read more

How to disinfect your chopping board 25th June 2018

Chopping boards can become bacteria magnets if they are not cleaned correctly, with food being lodged in the scratches. After cleaning your chopping board rub a slice of lemon across it. This will disinfect the surface, leaving your chopping board ready to use again. Read more cleaning tips Visit our… Read more

How to tackle greasy oven doors 18th June 2018

If you dread cleaning your oven door then we have a simple and easy solution for you. Start by making a baking soda paste by mixing three parts baking soda with one part water. Cover the oven door with the paste and then pour some white vinegar over it and… Read more

How to bring copper pots and pans back to life 11th June 2018

Copper pots and pans are by far the best pots and pans for cooking and roasting, but they need to be treated with care. If your copper pots or pans are looking a little tired, simply dip half a lemon in salt or baking powder and gently clean them. They… Read more

How to descale your kettle 4th June 2018

Kettles are often forgotten about when cleaning the kitchen, but descaling them is really easy to do. Simply add equal amounts of white vinegar and water to your kettle and let the mixture boil. Once it has cooled but is still warm, rinse your kettle out and it will be… Read more

How to tackle plastic container stains 28th May 2018

Reusable plastic containers are a great way to reduce plastic waste and are super handy to have around the house. That is until they have been used a few times and the food stains start to show. You can remove food stains from reusable plastic containers by cleaning them using… Read more

How to create an eco friendly all-purpose floor cleaner 21st May 2018

You can create an eco friendly all-purpose floor cleaner by combining vinegar with water. Simply mix equal amounts of vinegar and water in a bucket and away you go. Your floors will be tidy, green and clean in no time. Read more cleaning tips Visit our cleaning tips section for… Read more

How to tackle bathroom stains 14th May 2018

Tackle bathroom stains caused by water and soap residue on your sinks, toilets, baths, showers and tiles by using some white vinegar. You can use pure vinegar or dilute it with water depending on how stubborn the stain is. Simply pop it on a dry cloth and get scrubbing, before… Read more

How to remove unwanted smells from your fridge or freezer 7th May 2018

Remove unwanted smells from your fridge or freezer by placing an open box of baking soda in it. The baking soda will continue to absorb any unwanted smells for up to three months so remember to add the date to the box. Tidy, green and clean. Read more cleaning tips… Read more

How to tackle grimy grout 29th April 2018

Tackle grimy grout by mixing 1 part white vinegar with 2 parts bicarbonate of soda to make a thick paste. Apply it to the grout and leave overnight before scrubbing and wiping away. Read more cleaning tips Visit our cleaning tips section for more great cleaning tips to help make… Read more

How to use vinegar to clean your dishwasher 9th April 2018

Clean your dishwasher using a single cup of vinegar. Simply add the vinegar to a dishwasher safe container and place it on the bottom shelf before selecting a hot water cycle. The vinegar will help to wash away grime and grease, leaving your dishwasher tidy and clean. Watch how it is… Read more

How to make your own eco friendly air freshener 2nd April 2018

To make your own wonderfully smelling eco friendly air freshener simply fill a small jar or dish with plain white rice and add a few drops of an essential oil of your choosing. Place it in the room you wish to freshen and your job is done. You can use… Read more

How to tackle stubborn pots and pans 26th March 2018

Cleaning your pots and pans after you have used them can prove to be a tricky task, especially if you leave them for a few hours or the food was burnt. You can tackle these stains by sprinkling some baking soda around the pan followed by a few sprays of… Read more

How to tackle window smears with two ingredients 19th March 2018

Windows can get dirty quickly, especially with little hands running about, so tackle any smears by spraying a mixture of equal parts hot water and vinegar onto the window. Simply wipe with a soft, dry cloth for a clean, streak free finish. Tidy, green and clean. Read more cleaning tips… Read more

How to bring stainless steel and chrome back to life 12th March 2018

Are your stainless steel and chrome worktops, fixtures and fittings looking a little dull? Bring them back to life using half a lemon sprinkled with a little salt or baking soda. Simply use it like a scouring pad to polish the metal and leave it for a minute before rinsing… Read more

How to remove smoky cooking smells from your kitchen 5th March 2018

There is nothing worse than smoky cooking smells lingering in your kitchen after you have made a nice meal. To remove these smoky smells simply place a bowl of vinegar, filled two thirds of the way up, in your kitchen and within 24 hours the smell will be gone. Visit… Read more

How to make your wooden furniture the bee’s knees 26th February 2018

Honey is one of the wonders of the natural world and it has so many health benefits. But, did you know that it also works wonders on your wooden furniture? All you need to do is take some natural beeswax and rub it on your wooden furniture. Leave it to… Read more

How to tackle soap scum in your bathroom 19th February 2018

Don’t get caught short when you are expecting visitors. Grab a rag and soak it in vinegar before laying it over any soap scum in your bathroom. Leave it for a few seconds and rub clean. Visit our cleaning tips section for more great cleaning tips to help make your… Read more

How to use plants to improve your air quality 12th February 2018

Plants have been proven to improve indoor air quality. Simply pop a couple of plants around your office or house to maintain freshness in the air for a lot longer. Visit our cleaning tips section for more great cleaning tips to help make your cleaning easier. Read more

Why water should become your best friend 5th February 2018

A few drops of water is all you need. It may sound simple but many things can be cleaned by using some hot water and elbow grease. Why use sprays and chemicals that could cause you and your loved ones harm if you don’t have to! Visit our cleaning tips… Read more

Why you should reuse your tired looking toothbrushes 25th January 2018

Don’t throw your old toothbrush out when the bristles look tired and weary. Old toothbrushes are the perfect tool to tackle dirty corners, cracks and crevices, leaving them tidy and clean. Visit our cleaning tips section for more great cleaning tips to help make your cleaning easier. Read more

How to remove stubborn stains using vinegar and salt 22nd January 2018

Remove stubborn stains, like coffee and tea, using white vinegar and salt. Simply mix up a paste using a combination of white vinegar and salt then rub it in to the stain with a damp cloth and it will disappear. Visit our cleaning tips section for more great cleaning tips… Read more

How to save money with your dirty dusters 15th January 2018

Save some money this month whilst doing your bit for the environment by reusing your dirty dusters rather than throwing them away. Simply put your dirty dusters in your washing machine with an eco friendly detergent and after a quick wash they’ll be ready to use again. Visit our cleaning… Read more

How to achieve a better clean 8th January 2018

Achieve a better clean by starting at the top when cleaning as the dust from shelves and desks will fall onto the ground. Cleaning your floors at the end makes for a better clean. Visit our cleaning tips section for more great cleaning tips to help make your cleaning easier. Read more

How to keep your home and office fresh 3rd January 2018

Give both your home and office, along with your lungs, a fresh start this year by opening all your windows once a week, letting the fresh air flow through both you and your home. Simple and easy with no need for expensive humidifiers or toxic aerosols. Read more

How to beat your allergies this year 28th December 2017

Beat your allergies this year by simply removing all your clutter to minimise dust spores in the air. Tidy away shoes, books and anything else that is lying around to prevent dust from accumulating, keeping you healthy. Read more

How to remove unwanted smells in 24 hours 19th December 2017

The last thing you want is unwanted smells lingering in your house. Pop half a cup of vinegar in the room where the smell is the strongest and leave it for 24 hours then the smell should be gone! Read more

How to save electricity when cleaning your floors 11th December 2017

There is nothing more traditional than a wooden broom with natural bristles so why not use one rather than a vacuum. Not only will you pick up just as much dirt and debris you also save electricity. Once you go broom you will never vacuum! Read more

How to clean and buff your oven hobs 9th December 2017

Clean oven hobs using a mixture of baking soda, lemon juice, vinegar and warm water. Leave to soak overnight and scrub off in the morning, buffing it dry with a cotton cloth. Read more

How to clean your windows and mirrors using newspaper 27th November 2017

Clean mirrors and windows with newspaper. Crumple it up, dip in some vinegar and warm water and rub on the glass. Once clean, rub up and down and side to side with a dry sheet. Read more

How to remove furniture dents from your carpets 21st November 2017

Worried about moving furniture because of the dents it will leave in your carpet? Simply let an ice cube melt in the dent and then fluff it back up to life. Read more

Why you should use a wooden broom to clean your floors 13th November 2017

Use a wooden broom with natural bristles and a dustpan rather than a vacuum. You will pick up just as much dirt and debris while saving electricity. Read more

How to tackle stubborn stains on your clothes 7th November 2017

Soak stubborn stains in hot water or a baking soda mix then leave overnight. Then use a damp cloth in the morning to wipe the stain away. Read more

How to resolve mould and mildew problems in your bathroom 30th October 2017

If you have a problem with mould and mildew in your bathroom then mix 1 cup of water with 1 drop of tea tree oil and apply to any stains that appear. Read more

How to freshen up any room in your office or home for free 24th October 2017

Freshen up your room by simply opening a window. The fresh air will not only remove the odour, it will also do your lungs a power of good too. Read more

How to unblock your drains using baking soda and vinegar 16th October 2017

Unblock your drain by pouring down half a cup of baking soda followed by half a cup of vinegar. Cover it, if you can, then let the foaming pressure work its magic. Read more

How to remove nasty smells from your carpets 9th October 2017

Remove nasty smells from your office carpets by simply sprinkling baking soda on them, leaving it for a while, and then vacuuming it up. Read more

How to leave your windows sparkling 2nd October 2017

Leave your windows sparkling by adding 4 tablespoons of lemon to half a bucket of water and cleaning with a lint-free rag such as an old cotton t-shirt. Read more

How to remove unpleasant odours from your office and home 26th September 2017

If you find unpleasant odours lingering around the office or at home then put some lemon juice and vinegar in a small bowl and watch as the odours disappear in front of your nose. Watch how it is done Read more cleaning tips Visit our cleaning tips section for more… Read more

How to make your own tidy green cleaning kit 18th September 2017

Keep the essentials you need to clean your home by creating a tidy green cleaning kit. Simply take a bucket, add a spray bottle, rags, baking soda and vinegar. Read more

How to get rid of dirt from floors, windows and other surfaces 10th September 2017

Steam cleaners work wonders at getting rid of dirt from floors, windows and surfaces while disinfecting the area at the same time. Read more

How to remove coffee/tea stains from your mugs 4th September 2017

Remove stubborn coffee/tea stains from your mugs by mixing white vinegar with salt to create a paste and then rubbing it on the stains using a damp cloth. Watch how it is done Read more cleaning tips Visit our cleaning tips section for more great cleaning tips to help make… Read more

How to clean your toilet using baking soda 29th August 2017

Sprinkle the sides of your toilet bowl with baking soda, leave for a few minutes, drizzle with vinegar, scrub and flush. Tidy, green and clean! Read more

How to make your own eco friendly counter cleaner 21st August 2017

Make your own eco friendly counter cleaner by mixing 2 parts vinegar, 1 part baking soda and 4 parts water. Apply with a sponge and get scrubbing. Read more

How to use potted plants to filter air 19th August 2017

Adding some green leafed potted plants to your room may not make it smell any different but it will help to filter the air in the room. Read more

How to use water to prevent drain blockages 7th August 2017

Prevent drain blockages by simply pouring a pot of boiling water down your drain once a week. Read more

Why you should make white vinegar your best friend 1st August 2017

White vinegar can tackle almost anything, from removing stains and odours to cleaning windows. Making white vinegar your best friend could truly be the best thing that has ever happened to you! Read more

Why you should use washable cleaning and dusting cloths 26th July 2017

Use washable cleaning and dusting cloths to not only help the environment but also save money. Read more

How to use baking soda as an all purpose cleaner 22nd July 2017

Use baking soda as an all purpose cleaner, to remove rust, clean toilets and ovens and even clean your clothes. Read more

How to make your own eco friendly floor cleaner 11th July 2017

Make your own eco friendly floor cleaner by mixing 3 tablespoons of white vinegar with half a bucket of water. Why not add lemon oil for a fresh scent. Read more

How to clean your microwave using vinegar

23rd July 2018

Is your microwave in need of a tidy, green, clean? If so, simply place a bowl of water with some vinegar in it and microwave it for a few minutes. The vinegar will loosen the food stains, allowing you to easily wipe them away from the inside of your microwave.… Read more

How to clean stains from your vinyl flooring

16th July 2018

Clean stains on vinyl flooring by simply dipping a microfiber cloth into lemon juice and then rubbing it over the stained area. Such a simple, easy and eco friendly way to bring the zing back to your vinyl flooring. Read more cleaning tips Visit our cleaning tips section for more… Read more

How to clean your coffee maker

9th July 2018

A good coffee maker can feel like heaven to coffee lovers, but cleaning it can seem like hell! But it doesn’t have to be. Simply dilute some vinegar with water and use it to clean your coffee maker once every month and then rinse it out with some fresh water… Read more

How to use olive oil to clean wooden furniture

2nd July 2018

Olive oil may be great with food but it is also great when cleaning wooden furniture. Simply mix equal parts olive oil and lemon juice then add a small amount to a cloth and apply to the wood in long and even strokes. Just remember not to lick it off… Read more

How to disinfect your chopping board

25th June 2018

Chopping boards can become bacteria magnets if they are not cleaned correctly, with food being lodged in the scratches. After cleaning your chopping board rub a slice of lemon across it. This will disinfect the surface, leaving your chopping board ready to use again. Read more cleaning tips Visit our… Read more

How to tackle greasy oven doors

18th June 2018

If you dread cleaning your oven door then we have a simple and easy solution for you. Start by making a baking soda paste by mixing three parts baking soda with one part water. Cover the oven door with the paste and then pour some white vinegar over it and… Read more

How to bring copper pots and pans back to life

11th June 2018

Copper pots and pans are by far the best pots and pans for cooking and roasting, but they need to be treated with care. If your copper pots or pans are looking a little tired, simply dip half a lemon in salt or baking powder and gently clean them. They… Read more

How to descale your kettle

4th June 2018

Kettles are often forgotten about when cleaning the kitchen, but descaling them is really easy to do. Simply add equal amounts of white vinegar and water to your kettle and let the mixture boil. Once it has cooled but is still warm, rinse your kettle out and it will be… Read more

How to tackle plastic container stains

28th May 2018

Reusable plastic containers are a great way to reduce plastic waste and are super handy to have around the house. That is until they have been used a few times and the food stains start to show. You can remove food stains from reusable plastic containers by cleaning them using… Read more

How to create an eco friendly all-purpose floor cleaner

21st May 2018

You can create an eco friendly all-purpose floor cleaner by combining vinegar with water. Simply mix equal amounts of vinegar and water in a bucket and away you go. Your floors will be tidy, green and clean in no time. Read more cleaning tips Visit our cleaning tips section for… Read more

How to tackle bathroom stains

14th May 2018

Tackle bathroom stains caused by water and soap residue on your sinks, toilets, baths, showers and tiles by using some white vinegar. You can use pure vinegar or dilute it with water depending on how stubborn the stain is. Simply pop it on a dry cloth and get scrubbing, before… Read more

How to remove unwanted smells from your fridge or freezer

7th May 2018

Remove unwanted smells from your fridge or freezer by placing an open box of baking soda in it. The baking soda will continue to absorb any unwanted smells for up to three months so remember to add the date to the box. Tidy, green and clean. Read more cleaning tips… Read more

How to tackle grimy grout

29th April 2018

Tackle grimy grout by mixing 1 part white vinegar with 2 parts bicarbonate of soda to make a thick paste. Apply it to the grout and leave overnight before scrubbing and wiping away. Read more cleaning tips Visit our cleaning tips section for more great cleaning tips to help make… Read more

How to use vinegar to clean your dishwasher

9th April 2018

Clean your dishwasher using a single cup of vinegar. Simply add the vinegar to a dishwasher safe container and place it on the bottom shelf before selecting a hot water cycle. The vinegar will help to wash away grime and grease, leaving your dishwasher tidy and clean. Watch how it is… Read more

How to make your own eco friendly air freshener

2nd April 2018

To make your own wonderfully smelling eco friendly air freshener simply fill a small jar or dish with plain white rice and add a few drops of an essential oil of your choosing. Place it in the room you wish to freshen and your job is done. You can use… Read more

How to tackle stubborn pots and pans

26th March 2018

Cleaning your pots and pans after you have used them can prove to be a tricky task, especially if you leave them for a few hours or the food was burnt. You can tackle these stains by sprinkling some baking soda around the pan followed by a few sprays of… Read more

How to tackle window smears with two ingredients

19th March 2018

Windows can get dirty quickly, especially with little hands running about, so tackle any smears by spraying a mixture of equal parts hot water and vinegar onto the window. Simply wipe with a soft, dry cloth for a clean, streak free finish. Tidy, green and clean. Read more cleaning tips… Read more

How to bring stainless steel and chrome back to life

12th March 2018

Are your stainless steel and chrome worktops, fixtures and fittings looking a little dull? Bring them back to life using half a lemon sprinkled with a little salt or baking soda. Simply use it like a scouring pad to polish the metal and leave it for a minute before rinsing… Read more

How to remove smoky cooking smells from your kitchen

5th March 2018

There is nothing worse than smoky cooking smells lingering in your kitchen after you have made a nice meal. To remove these smoky smells simply place a bowl of vinegar, filled two thirds of the way up, in your kitchen and within 24 hours the smell will be gone. Visit… Read more

How to make your wooden furniture the bee’s knees

26th February 2018

Honey is one of the wonders of the natural world and it has so many health benefits. But, did you know that it also works wonders on your wooden furniture? All you need to do is take some natural beeswax and rub it on your wooden furniture. Leave it to… Read more

How to tackle soap scum in your bathroom

19th February 2018

Don’t get caught short when you are expecting visitors. Grab a rag and soak it in vinegar before laying it over any soap scum in your bathroom. Leave it for a few seconds and rub clean. Visit our cleaning tips section for more great cleaning tips to help make your… Read more

How to use plants to improve your air quality

12th February 2018

Plants have been proven to improve indoor air quality. Simply pop a couple of plants around your office or house to maintain freshness in the air for a lot longer. Visit our cleaning tips section for more great cleaning tips to help make your cleaning easier. Read more

Why water should become your best friend

5th February 2018

A few drops of water is all you need. It may sound simple but many things can be cleaned by using some hot water and elbow grease. Why use sprays and chemicals that could cause you and your loved ones harm if you don’t have to! Visit our cleaning tips… Read more

Why you should reuse your tired looking toothbrushes

25th January 2018

Don’t throw your old toothbrush out when the bristles look tired and weary. Old toothbrushes are the perfect tool to tackle dirty corners, cracks and crevices, leaving them tidy and clean. Visit our cleaning tips section for more great cleaning tips to help make your cleaning easier. Read more

How to remove stubborn stains using vinegar and salt

22nd January 2018

Remove stubborn stains, like coffee and tea, using white vinegar and salt. Simply mix up a paste using a combination of white vinegar and salt then rub it in to the stain with a damp cloth and it will disappear. Visit our cleaning tips section for more great cleaning tips… Read more

How to save money with your dirty dusters

15th January 2018

Save some money this month whilst doing your bit for the environment by reusing your dirty dusters rather than throwing them away. Simply put your dirty dusters in your washing machine with an eco friendly detergent and after a quick wash they’ll be ready to use again. Visit our cleaning… Read more

How to achieve a better clean

8th January 2018

Achieve a better clean by starting at the top when cleaning as the dust from shelves and desks will fall onto the ground. Cleaning your floors at the end makes for a better clean. Visit our cleaning tips section for more great cleaning tips to help make your cleaning easier. Read more

How to keep your home and office fresh

3rd January 2018

Give both your home and office, along with your lungs, a fresh start this year by opening all your windows once a week, letting the fresh air flow through both you and your home. Simple and easy with no need for expensive humidifiers or toxic aerosols. Read more

How to beat your allergies this year

28th December 2017

Beat your allergies this year by simply removing all your clutter to minimise dust spores in the air. Tidy away shoes, books and anything else that is lying around to prevent dust from accumulating, keeping you healthy. Read more

How to remove unwanted smells in 24 hours

19th December 2017

The last thing you want is unwanted smells lingering in your house. Pop half a cup of vinegar in the room where the smell is the strongest and leave it for 24 hours then the smell should be gone! Read more

How to save electricity when cleaning your floors

11th December 2017

There is nothing more traditional than a wooden broom with natural bristles so why not use one rather than a vacuum. Not only will you pick up just as much dirt and debris you also save electricity. Once you go broom you will never vacuum! Read more

How to clean and buff your oven hobs

9th December 2017

Clean oven hobs using a mixture of baking soda, lemon juice, vinegar and warm water. Leave to soak overnight and scrub off in the morning, buffing it dry with a cotton cloth. Read more

How to clean your windows and mirrors using newspaper

27th November 2017

Clean mirrors and windows with newspaper. Crumple it up, dip in some vinegar and warm water and rub on the glass. Once clean, rub up and down and side to side with a dry sheet. Read more

How to remove furniture dents from your carpets

21st November 2017

Worried about moving furniture because of the dents it will leave in your carpet? Simply let an ice cube melt in the dent and then fluff it back up to life. Read more

Why you should use a wooden broom to clean your floors

13th November 2017

Use a wooden broom with natural bristles and a dustpan rather than a vacuum. You will pick up just as much dirt and debris while saving electricity. Read more

How to tackle stubborn stains on your clothes

7th November 2017

Soak stubborn stains in hot water or a baking soda mix then leave overnight. Then use a damp cloth in the morning to wipe the stain away. Read more

How to resolve mould and mildew problems in your bathroom

30th October 2017

If you have a problem with mould and mildew in your bathroom then mix 1 cup of water with 1 drop of tea tree oil and apply to any stains that appear. Read more

How to freshen up any room in your office or home for free

24th October 2017

Freshen up your room by simply opening a window. The fresh air will not only remove the odour, it will also do your lungs a power of good too. Read more

How to unblock your drains using baking soda and vinegar

16th October 2017

Unblock your drain by pouring down half a cup of baking soda followed by half a cup of vinegar. Cover it, if you can, then let the foaming pressure work its magic. Read more

How to remove nasty smells from your carpets

9th October 2017

Remove nasty smells from your office carpets by simply sprinkling baking soda on them, leaving it for a while, and then vacuuming it up. Read more

How to leave your windows sparkling

2nd October 2017

Leave your windows sparkling by adding 4 tablespoons of lemon to half a bucket of water and cleaning with a lint-free rag such as an old cotton t-shirt. Read more

How to remove unpleasant odours from your office and home

26th September 2017

If you find unpleasant odours lingering around the office or at home then put some lemon juice and vinegar in a small bowl and watch as the odours disappear in front of your nose. Watch how it is done Read more cleaning tips Visit our cleaning tips section for more… Read more

How to make your own tidy green cleaning kit

18th September 2017

Keep the essentials you need to clean your home by creating a tidy green cleaning kit. Simply take a bucket, add a spray bottle, rags, baking soda and vinegar. Read more

How to get rid of dirt from floors, windows and other surfaces

10th September 2017

Steam cleaners work wonders at getting rid of dirt from floors, windows and surfaces while disinfecting the area at the same time. Read more

How to remove coffee/tea stains from your mugs

4th September 2017

Remove stubborn coffee/tea stains from your mugs by mixing white vinegar with salt to create a paste and then rubbing it on the stains using a damp cloth. Watch how it is done Read more cleaning tips Visit our cleaning tips section for more great cleaning tips to help make… Read more

How to clean your toilet using baking soda

29th August 2017

Sprinkle the sides of your toilet bowl with baking soda, leave for a few minutes, drizzle with vinegar, scrub and flush. Tidy, green and clean! Read more

How to make your own eco friendly counter cleaner

21st August 2017

Make your own eco friendly counter cleaner by mixing 2 parts vinegar, 1 part baking soda and 4 parts water. Apply with a sponge and get scrubbing. Read more

How to use potted plants to filter air

19th August 2017

Adding some green leafed potted plants to your room may not make it smell any different but it will help to filter the air in the room. Read more

How to use water to prevent drain blockages

7th August 2017

Prevent drain blockages by simply pouring a pot of boiling water down your drain once a week. Read more

Why you should make white vinegar your best friend

1st August 2017

White vinegar can tackle almost anything, from removing stains and odours to cleaning windows. Making white vinegar your best friend could truly be the best thing that has ever happened to you! Read more

Why you should use washable cleaning and dusting cloths

26th July 2017

Use washable cleaning and dusting cloths to not only help the environment but also save money. Read more

How to use baking soda as an all purpose cleaner

22nd July 2017

Use baking soda as an all purpose cleaner, to remove rust, clean toilets and ovens and even clean your clothes. Read more

How to make your own eco friendly floor cleaner

11th July 2017

Make your own eco friendly floor cleaner by mixing 3 tablespoons of white vinegar with half a bucket of water. Why not add lemon oil for a fresh scent. Read more

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