A clean industrial cleaning environment is critical for worker safety, increased productivity, and improved product quality. This is the reason why you need to select the best industrial floor cleaners for your plant. In fact, the cleaning equipment you choose is nearly as important as the production equipment. A clean environment conveys a quality […]
When choosing from a range of industrial cleaning machines for your company, it can be difficult to know where to start. However, there are a few important factors to consider when choosing a product such as: quality, efficiency, effectiveness, and cost. There are various industrial cleaning machines on offer including industrial floor sweepers, floor scrubber […]
Freeloading pigeon has new role on Brighton line trains
Whether you leave your train at Liverpool Lime Street, or any of the Manchester stations, the next people you notice on leaving the train are the ticket barrier staff. Northern and Merseyrail hire Revenue Protection Officers from an external body and stop fare dodgers from freeloading. In the animal kingdom, only those of the winged or small furry variety can negotiate their way past the ticket barriers. With the former, pretty straightforward. Especially when you happen to be a pigeon without a Season Ticket or a Permit To Travel.
Eight cleaning products that no household should be without. Ever. An office clean or household clean can be difficult without the right kind of cleaning products. As well as all the usual household names like Mr. Muscle, your kitchen, living room, or shop floor can be cleaned with common and garden products like distilled vinegar. […]
How a central vacuum cleaner, underneath the former West Side Line in New York City aims to keep the city’s much-loved elevated park in tip-top condition. A revolutionary system of pneumatic tubes is set to improve the cleanliness of one of New York City’s most popular open spaces. Pneumatic tubes, akin to a giant central […]
Cornish resort offers the best toilet cleaner job in Britain, though with few takers
St. Ives is one of Cornwall’s most popular holiday resorts. It is noted for its bustling narrow streets, its bohemian atmosphere, the Tate Gallery, and surfing. It has numerous day trippers with the resort coming into its own in the summertime. Some people love the place so much, that they plan to move there. The same couldn’t be said for people wishing to clean toilets. In fact, St. Ives Town Council have had problems with finding three toilet cleaners for their town.
A compendium of window cleaner centred mishaps
We have only just passed the halfway point of 2016, and this year is probably the most tumultuous in living memory. Iconic singers have passed away. There has been a lot of bad feeling on these shores and overseas. As for laughter, somewhat lacking. Hence our latest post, which is entitled “It Shouldn’t Happen to a Window Cleaner.” Read more about It Shouldn’t Happen to a Window Cleaner …
Now you can play Candy Crush Saga AND do a spot of vacuuming from your smartphone – thanks to Botvac You’ve got to love the robotic vacuum cleaner. No trailing wires; nor heavy bags to dump; not to mention their portability. Soon, they’ll reach a price that is suitable enough for most users. Neato […]
A feast of vacuum cleaner video clips
You’ve got to love YouTube. It is a dependable source for cat videos, 1980s music clips, and tracking down obscure sitcoms of questionable quality. On the odd occasions when Clean Hire has too much time on their hands, it’s a chance to look at full-frontal images of vacuum cleaners (You’re fired! – Ed). Before you is a selection of vacuum cleaner video clips. Some of which include images of Hoover Juniors and Henrys in full flow. In some cases, images of vacuum cleaners have been disguised to protect innocent parties, leaving you to enjoy their roar, whine, and growl. Read more about Vacuum Cleaner Video Clips …
Unusual cleaning themed museums around the world
One of the greatest things about human nature is our quest for the absurd. Sometimes we can spot the wonky plug socket from a glut of straight ones or pick up a stray staple from a patterned carpet. Hunter Davies’ book, Behind the Scenes at the Museum of Baked Beans, celebrates this with a chapter per unusual museum. For example, the British Lawnmower Museum in Southport has one. This in part has inspired today’s post, owing to the lack of a vacuum cleaner museum in Mr. Davies’ book. Read more about A Night at the Vacuum Cleaner Museum …