If you want the floor of your shop to shine, you may occasionally want to strip off the existing wax, clean the floor and apply a new layer of mix. Stripping a floor can be time consuming and challenging, but with the right tips, you can handle it. Here are some essential tips to help:
1. Make sure you use the right type of stripper
When choosing a stripping product for your floor, make sure that you choose a product that works with the type of floor you have.
There's more to keeping a carpet clean than perfunctory vacuuming every so often. Vacuuming alone cannot reach deep into the fibres to get rid of all the dirt and germ build-up in your carpet, though it's certainly helpful in maintaining the carpet between deep cleanings.
Importance of professional cleaning
Professional cleaning is mandatory to ensure that the carpet fibres are adequately cleaned – in fact, most carpet suppliers require that your carpet be professionally cleaned every one to two years, or else your warranty will be voided (confirm here, here and here).
Various cleaning duties in many homes are often rightfully taken on as DIY jobs. This is because they, at times, require professional skill to carry out. Pressure cleaning your outside walls, the roof, gutters, screened pool enclosures, or even outdoor barbeque pits, however, sometimes requires a bit more expertise and machinery. It is not uncommon to hear homeowners complain of having pressure cleaned these areas to rid them of dust, mildew, leaves or just mold, and the result was not that satisfactory.
Although people will typically use their mattresses on a daily basis for a significant stretch of years, not many actually put a thought into keeping them clean. Granted, mattresses are large and bulky, thus the thought of having to manually clean it on your own can be quite daunting. However, these items accumulate a range of dirt, dust, skin cells, bacteria and more over time, which penetrate deep into the mattresses.
There are many pieces of packaging and items that people know require recycling, and you might already hire a skip bin to do so. Plastic bottles, aluminium cans, newspapers, jars and containers — the list goes on. But often the same things we recycle or dispose of can be repurposed, up-cycled, and re-used around the home. Below are 5 pieces of everyday product packaging that could come in handy and enjoy a new lease on life, saving you money and also helping to save the environment.