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INK STAIN

Flush immediately with cold water then work in liquid detergent from the back of the stain. rinse with cold water and remove any residue by treating with lemon juice and rinsing with household ammonia. Rinse thoroughly and was in the usual way. Unwashables Ink, once dried requires an acid to remove. For white fabrics wet thoroughly with cold water then sponge with a solution of oxalic acid and warm water. Rinse well then wash in the usual way.

WASHROOM SERVICES

Washroom Services
If you've got a multi-storey building with a number of cubicles, or unmanned toilets that you can't check personally, how do you know that every item has been serviced as you would wish? With us, you can be completely confident, because we use a unique GPS satellite tracking monitoring barcode system to monitor every service we do. Each item we install is barcoded and our operators are equipped with PDA scanners. Once the operators have serviced each unit, replenished stock…

SELGAS CANO OFFICE MADRID

Selgas Cano Office Madrid
If you are a forest person, it’s gonna be hard to believe in better office environment than the one that architectural firm, Selgas Cano, recently built to work out of, in Madrid. It’s really simple tube, sunken into the ground, with a long window on one side. The architecture is very good and a little goes a long way: Sinking the building into the ground is an ancient strategy to improve building insulation; Inside, the recessed floors make it seem…

NATURAL CLEANING TIPS

We consume all kinds of harmful chemicals on a daily basis. The food we eat and clothes we wear are produced using chemical treatment, our cosmetics contain wholly unnatural ingredients and the sheets we sleep on have often been treated with pesticides and resins. Making organic food the focus of your diet can help to reduce the amount of chemicals entering your body – but by no means does it stop them completely. Many chemicals enter our bodies in the…

SPARKLY SINKS

Use bicarb with a damp sponge to make your sink shine.  You can also use it on hobs, in teacups and around the bath to get rid of tide marks, on taps, hobs & on work surfaces.  It will remove soap scum from tiles, marks from kitchen cupboards and you can even use it to wash up if you run out of washing up liquid – simply add  a handful to a bowl of warm water.