Clean Sweep Swansea Ltd

at 7C Tyn y Bonau Road, Pontarddulais, Swansea, SA4 8RY United Kingdom

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Clean Sweep Swansea Ltd
7C Tyn y Bonau Road, Pontarddulais
Swansea SA4 8RY
United Kingdom
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Fast Cleaning Tips for Students Everyone knows time is money, and students tend to have neither! But when it comes to cleaning, it’s important to understand the golden rule is to: Clean up spills or marks as soon as they happen Crusted on food, limescale, mould – or goodness knows what other substances – will take you longer to get off surfaces if they have been left for days. Being quick to mop up messes, and consistent about doing a general once-over clean, will honestly help you save time in the long run. There are some things you can do to help automate certain elements of the cleaning process – like using toilet blocks (that release cleaning agents into the bowl every time the toilet is flushed), aerosols that release fragrance automatically to neutralise nasty odours, or soaking stains before they set. Keep cleaning products in plain sight, rather than hiding them away – this might help you and your flatmates remember to wipe surfaces, or around basins and baths.

Published on 2014-09-23 08:46:15 GMT

There's nothing better than a makeover and if your fridge is suffering from a serious case of questionable expiry dates and chaos, then it's time to give it a spruce up. If you do just one thing this week, let this be it, you'll be amazed at how invigorated a neat and clean fridge can make you feel! If in doubt, throw it out!! Chuck any items in your fridge that are growing mould, unidentifiable or out of date. Now, you should be left with only non-health hazard items and well on your way to a cleaner (and safer!) fridge! Happy Monday!

Published on 2014-09-22 11:39:38 GMT

Tip of the day! Cleaning your Bathroom You can use lemon oil to shine the tiles of your bathroom. Lemon oil will also prevent mold and mildew. Use a false teeth bubbling tablet to avoid rings. Sometimes the problem with shower is that hard water gets build up there. Fill a plastic bag with vinegar and place it over shower head to remove hard water buildup. You can use alcohol to shine bathroom faucets. Happy Hump Day!

Published on 2014-09-17 16:50:18 GMT

Tip of the day! Coffee Grounds Use your morning pick-me-up to eliminate odors in the fridge. Simply place coffee grounds, new or used, in a bowl on a shelf. Replace them every two months for a fresh, slightly caffeinated smell.

Published on 2014-09-16 11:37:44 GMT

Tip of the day! After going over your bathtub, sink or shower with disinfectant, wipe the area with baby oil or lemon oil. Do this once or twice a month to help dirty water bead and roll down the drain faster, buying you more time before the next cleaning. Happy Monday!

Published on 2014-09-15 16:51:33 GMT

Tip of the week! Feet up guys, it's Friday!!!

Published on 2014-09-12 17:58:13 GMT

Tip of the day! Even though we only place clean items in our dish rack, it's still one of the dirtiest places in the kitchen. The water that drips from our dishes and utensils can cause mildew and even mould. Use a mild detergent and scrub each part with a sponge under hot water. You'll want to make sure you reach deep into the utensil holder and corners of the rack to get out any grime. Fill the sink with hot water and add one tablespoon of bleach per gallon of water and dip each part of the dish rack into the water for two minutes. Once finished, let the rack (and its components) air-dry. Now, you can clean your dishes with confidence.

Published on 2014-09-11 14:30:51 GMT

Tip of the day! Better late than never! What a busy week we are having at CS this week! Are you taking part or hosting this months McMillan Coffee Morning? If so, this tip might be of use to you! Remove stains from china Wipe stains from china with a dab of bicarbonate of soda and a wet cloth. If the stains are really persistent, dissolve a denture-cleaning tablet in a bowl of water and soak the china in it (avoid doing this with very expensive or highly decorated china, denture cleaner contains bleach which could damage patterns). Once the stains have gone – rinse well with clean water. If you fancy going to a McMillan Coffee morning on Saturday 27th in Pontlliw, a very good friend of mine is hosting one. Inbox me for more info! Happy Hump Day!

Published on 2014-09-10 20:50:30 GMT

Tip of the day! It's that time of year again...... Spider Season!!! Keep your home spick and span from cobwebs and crumbs, to help keep spiders away! Or, get us around to your home or place of work to eliminate those creepy crawly's! Also, place a few conkers around the house as these help keep them away!

Published on 2014-09-09 18:51:56 GMT

Tip of the day! Unblock a sink... Cut a tennis ball in half. Put one half over the plug hole, dome facing up, and give it a good pump. The ball will act like a plunger. ...and flush away odours Pour half a cup of bicarbonate of soda down the plughole, followed by one or two cups of white wine vinegar. Leave for ten minutes, then rinse through with a kettle full of boiling water. The foam and froth will work its way down the pipes and flush out any trapped gunk and bad smells. Happy Monday!

Published on 2014-09-08 17:54:29 GMT

Tip of the week! After a busy week of back to School, work, and chores, with summer holidays becoming a distant memory, kick back at the weekend with the following recipe!! Happy Friday! Sangria! Ingredients - 3 parts red wine - 1 part orange juice - 2 parts lemonade - ice - fresh mint - sliced fruit such as oranges and lemons Method 1. Mix all the ingredients together in a large jug and add more red wine, orange juice or lemonade according to taste and desired strength. 2. Pour into glasses, garnish with mint sprigs and fruit.

Published on 2014-09-05 20:02:48 GMT

Tip of the day! If your children's school shirts and your work shirts in your laundry pile are dotted with pen, you've probably tried to dispel the stains with water. Next time don't: Water might make the ink stain spread. Instead, sponge with rubbing alcohol or a dry-cleaning solvent, like Afta Dry Cleaning Solvent and Spot Remover. Happy Hump Day!

Published on 2014-09-03 19:28:40 GMT

Tip of the day! The day a lot of you have been waiting for has arrived! I'm sure you've had a hectic morning, so Feet Up Tuesday!!

Published on 2014-09-02 08:58:10 GMT

Tip of the day! Last minute School bags! Although you might not think to check, some backpacks can be washed in the machine (and throw in your football star’s stinky shin guards, too). Remove straps and metal parts, know that any bejeweled elements or decals might not withstand the spinning and turn bag inside out. Place the bag in a pillowcase to protect it, and wash on a gentle cycle. Simple, straightforward and savvy!!! Happy Monday!!

Published on 2014-09-01 09:40:50 GMT

Tip of the day! Busy mums and dads, are you guilty of being that rushed off your feet, you whizz in from work and start cooking dinner before changing out of your smart clothes? If so, this tip should come in handy!! To remove cooking oil from silk clothing, gently rub cornflour into the area and lightly brush off. Cover the oil mark completely with more cornflour and leave to sit for a few hours. Shake clothing free of flour and then hand wash, or use a gentle machine cycle, using soap suitable for delicates.

Published on 2014-08-28 17:57:15 GMT

Tip of the day! It's the time of year again when we start to prepare for the new School year! I'm sure one job that hasn't been missed is the washing of uniforms!! Here are a few tips to help ease the load!! Avoid hot water when washing colored uniforms unless they are really, really dirty. Cool water will help you preserve colors and avoid shrinking. Air dry Air driers use a lot of power and may damage fabrics if over-dried. Use a clothesline or a drying rack instead and leave on the shade. If an air dryer is a must, remove your clothes while still slightly damp to avoid shrinking and iron easily. Change and air out Rule number #1 after your kids arrive from school is uniforms off! Clothes won’t arrive dirty everyday so there’s no need to send them to the laundry bin yet. Hang them and let them air out. Tough materials like denim can be used a couple of days if no smudges and stains are present. Happy Hump Day!

Published on 2014-08-27 00:53:39 GMT

Tip of the day! If you're looking for odd jobs to do on this wet and miserable day, it is the ideal time to tackle those dreaded Venetian blinds as you won't have the glare of the sun to contend with! Put on a pair of white cotton gloves or use a pair of old white socks as gloves and dip the fingers of one hand into a solution of equal parts warm water and white vinegar. Run your fingers through the slats, redipping into the solution now and then. Use the other hand to wipe dry. Replenish the formula when it looks dirty. When you’re done, swipe the blinds with a dryer sheet (a used one is fine). Its residue will repel dust, giving you a nice, long stretch before the next white-glove treatment!

Published on 2014-08-26 08:21:18 GMT

Tip of the week! Are you doing some gardening this Bank Holiday? Make Tea For Tools To scour rusty garden tools, brew a few pots of strong black tea. When cool, pour into a bucket. Soak the tools for a few hours. Wipe each one with a cloth. (Wear rubber gloves or your hands will be stained.) Happy Bank Holiday!

Published on 2014-08-22 00:25:55 GMT

Tip of the day! Chill out! To de-grime nonstick cookware, put the pan in the freezer for at least 30 minutes after it has cooled; the burned-on mess should come off easily. Happy Hump Day!

Published on 2014-08-20 16:07:03 GMT

Tip of the day! Are you changing your rooms around?To remove furniture indentations from a pure wool carpet, place a tea towel over the area and then press with a warm iron. The heat will lift the fibres. Do not attempt this with synthetic or a wool/synthetic mix carpet. X