Cleaning bathroom tile grout

Don’t let grubby grout spoil the look of your gorgeous tiles. To clean up discoloured grout (caused by soap scum, mildew and other delights), arm yourself with an old toothbrush and a suitable cleaner and scrub over the grout lines. There are plenty of proprietary cleaners on the market, or you can make your own […]

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Sponsored walk success

We are pleased to announce that our walk to raise money for Mold Hospital League of Friends X-ray campaign was a success!  We would like to say a huge thank you to everyone who took part and everyone who donated or sponsored us. With your help so far we have raised a total of £728 […]

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How to remove tomato ketchup stains

From carpets: Scrape off what you can with a blunt knife, then blot stain with half-and-half glycerine and water.  Dab clean with soda water or a baking-soda solution.  Shampoo carpet. From fabric: Pre-soak then wash as usual using biological laundry detergent. From upholstery: Dab lightly with cold water but do not allow the fabric to […]

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Removing red wine stains

When removing red wine we have all heard about using white wine, but soda water works just as well and is a lot cheaper!  Also, forget salt, instead, blot as much as possible with kitchen towel, soak with sparkling or soda water, then blot again.  Repeat the process as required until satisfied with the results.

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How to remove chewing gum

Rub ice on the gum to freeze it and scrape off as much as you can with a blunt knife. If this method isn’t working, heat the gum instead using a hairdryer, then peel off the melted gum, using a plastic bag over your hand.  Increase the heat by rubbing in a deep-heating rub before […]

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Quality cleaning’s sponsored walk

Quality Cleaning are pleased to announce that we are going ahead with plans for a sponsored walk to raise money for Mold Community Hospitals X-ray department. You can donate via sponsorship form by ringing our office or via our Just Giving Page.  The more people that donate the more money we can raise, so tell […]

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Removing pet hair from furniture

To remove pet hair from furniture start with the vacuum cleaner.  Buy a lint-brush attachment for your Vacuum Cleaner if you don’t already have one.  This attachement first prises up and then sucks up short, wiry hairs that have embedded themselves in your upholstery.  As an alternative, wear a damp rubber glove and rub your […]

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Cleaning your computer’s screen

To clean a flat screen monitor you need to use special care as the screen is less robust than old CRT monitors and can scratch easily.  This also applies to the screen on a laptop.  First unplug the power supply, then lightly dampen a clean, soft, linf-free cloth with water or screen cleaner (never apply […]

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Rental property cleaning Deeside

At Quality Cleaning Mold our rental property cleaning Deeside team can do an intense pre/post-tenancy clean in a day, leaving your property in the best possible condition. Our rental property cleaning Deeside is carried out by dedicated mobile teams of cleaning operatives whose specialty are properties in need of a thorough deep clean either at the end of […]

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Removing lilly pollen Stains

Lily pollen is one of the worst things to get out of your clothes, especially if they’re white.  Quality Cleaning has discovered a simple way to get these stains out of your clothes, simply leave them out in bright sunlight for several hours and the pollen will slowly fade and vanish.  If the stain is […]

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