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Discussion in 'Chit Chat & Introductions' started by CNS-southwest, Jan 29, 2013.

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  1. CNS-southwest

    CNS-southwest Grand Master
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    as you guys know, I. Just starting to do end of lease and to be honest kit kit is random and muddled and half te stuff I just grab from under my sink,.

    I just pickup up some racks and plastic boxes so I. An organize everything, so looking to buy a full kit of everything I need.


    So would you mind posting a pic of why you have/ and it a list of cleaners and equipment you use :)


    Much appreciated


    Dave
     
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  2. Neil

    Neil Grand Master
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    Ive got a 2 bed flat to do today mate , theres loads of stuff you can buy ,the main thing is oven cleaner and grout cleaner but i bought a grout cleaner for tiles (bathroom & kitchen) the other day and it was **** didn't do anything !!! Oven cleaner i have been using mr muscle oven cleaner but buy a mask as its very strong! As for the grills in the oven spray them up as well with the oven cleaner and get a wire wool pad and scrub it , if your lucky enough and there's a dish washer in the property after you have scrubbed the grills and pans throw them in the dish washer and carry on cleaning the rest of the flat then when the dishwasher has finished the grills will be sparkling!!!
     
  3. CNS-southwest

    CNS-southwest Grand Master
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    Sweet dude.

    What vacuum do you use?

    Also I know your getting a carpet cleaner, but ATM do you just clean stains by hand? And if they don't come out do you just tell Landlord/agent that carpet needs replacing?

     
  4. adyspurs

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    dont do that mate!!!!
    HG stuffs good,course I've done advises to stay away from under kitchen sink stuff,will post advice later gotta get back.
     
  5. adyspurs

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    Stain pro from prochem good for getting stains up buy hand but you start telling landlord to replace carpets and they'll get someone in to clean them and lose jobs,don't do that mate .
     
  6. Neil

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    He is the man for carpet cleaning look forward to his advice later, I'm getting the prochem steam cleaner mate. Ive gotta get back to this job too be on later tonite :)
     
  7. Smurf

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    End of tenancy jobs cns will certainly open your eyes to how some ppl live and our asian friends I've found are the worst by far.
     
  8. CNS-southwest

    CNS-southwest Grand Master
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    Smurf, indeed I suspect that some wont be pleasant lol.

    Ok so what kind of products do you guys use on what (not including carpet cleaning)
     
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    Toilets = harpic 100% limscale. put it in as soon as u get there, and make it the last thing you scrub...

    polish for the general surfaces abd skirting boards maybe, unless really dirty then soapy water..

    any kitchen cleaner to clean kitchen sides. (i love flash with bleach but i dont thinl your aloud to use bleach)

    any bathroom cleaner for bathroom.also spray and leave on for a while... windowlene brings the tiles up nice with a dry soft rag. or if there clean srim them after washing down...

    hoovers for cleaning people tend to use a Henry....cheap and good.

    but some duzzit sponger or magic spongers, can get them from the £ shop or savers/thing me bobs. etc. they are great for getting those little stains off most non fabric things.

    feather duster for the cob webs. or just use the hoover..

    This is the sort of things i use around the home, so someone may pop up with better advise..
     
  10. Neil

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    smurf your right there mate, I've done a fair few cleans and i would say 1 of the jobs has been a light clean the rest have been a deep clean and i mean deep!! I don't understand how people live like they do its disgusting! Be prepared to get down and dirty with the bathroom mate most of them are NASTY!!!!!
     
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