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Great Results End of Lease Clean Completed

Great Results, End of Lease Clean Completed

Well we had a fantastic Sunday at Redgum Cleaning. Mike & William had the privilege of doing another End of Lease Clean for a Client who is moving to good old sunny Queensland. We were also presented with totally awesome weather, with the rain going away and us having a beautiful 27 degree day - perfect temperature to be cleaning.

Anyway, I don't want to keep on waffling on, so lets just get to the point of this post!

The Before & After photo's that we know you enjoy looking at.

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The Visible Proof of Redgum Quality

We really do take great pride in the work we perform on a daily basis. We think it can be seen in the results we are able to achieve in such a short amount of time. The usual turn around for a End of Lease clean is between 4 to 5 hours.

Below are the before pictures of this End of Lease clean.....

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The Importance of Hiring Professionals

Moving house is a huge task for anyone, especially so when you are a family with children. This is why it is important to hire the professionals who will take away the stress of at least part of this process by making sure everything in the house is clean to the Real Estate standards. This is where Redgum Cleaning Company excel in.

As, you can see from the Before Pictures, that this home wasn't too dirty, just your usual dust accumulation on architraves, skirtings and of course the fans. At Redgum Cleaning, we make sure that the entire house is as clean as possible, we know we can't return everything back to the original condition, especially if it hasn't been maintained well, or if the house itself is a older style house but we certainly will make sure that it is of high standards.

For example, this is the results of just the Range-hood.

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Range-hood before

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Range-hood after

Call the Professionals on your Next Move.

Well, we hope you found that interesting and had a little enjoyment at looking at our work, and the final quality of what our Clients receive on a Daily basis.

If you are interested in having your home cleaned, please don't hesitate to get in contact with either Mike or William, we provide Weekly, Fortnightly, Monthly services as well as a wide range of boutique services that are highly customised to fit your Families needs.

If you want to read more about what's included in a Redgum End of Lease Clean, please click here, to go to this information.

(02) 8006 1356 or use our online form to get in contact with us.

Are your Cleaning Chemicals REALLY helping you? 52
Are your Cleaning Chemicals REALLY helping you?

When you have a new baby, your house might seem a lot dirtier than it did before. The first time your little one stuffs a dust bunny or a desiccated housefly in her mouth is often a low point in parenting.

Before you start scrubbing every surface in sight, consider that obsessive cleaning with caustic household cleaners has its own drawbacks. Harsh household cleaners can affect a baby’s eyes, airways, skin, and more.

There is good news however. By making simple changes and practising child-safe cleaning, you can keep your home clean without exposing your baby to unnecessary risks. For an exhausted parent, it’s a win-win: a healthier baby without loads of extra housework — yahoo!

What’s the Problem With Household Cleaners?

Household cleaners with harsh ingredients don’t only kill germs and get out tough stains. They can affect your children’s health in a number of ways.

Eczema.

A Child’s skin is sensitive, and studies have found that irritants and allergens in household cleaners and detergents can cause skin irritation.

Airway irritation.

Powerful fumes from household cleaners can irritate your baby’s and older children’s airways, making allergy or asthma symptoms worse. Some cleaning chemicals in schools have been linked with higher rates of asthma.

Eye irritation.

Household cleaner fumes can also irritate your baby’s and older children eyes, causing redness and watering. If splashed directly into the eyes, some cleaners can cause serious damage.

Allergies.

Some researchers believe that having a home that’s too clean can increase the long-term risk of allergies in a child. It’s called the hygiene hypothesis. Without some exposure to germs, a child’s immune system might not develop normally. Instead, it becomes hypersensitive and begins to overreact to harmless allergens, like pollen or dander.

Poisoning.

Every year, more than a million kids under age 5 swallow poisons like household cleaners, sometimes with devastating effects.

Unknown health effects.

Some household cleaners have fragrances that contain chemicals like phthalates.

(Phthalates, or phthalate esters, are esters of phthalic acid and are mainly used as plasticizers (substances added to plastics to increase their flexibility, transparency, durability, and longevity). Phthalates are manufactured by reacting phthalic anhydride with alcohol(s) that range from methanol and ethanol (C1/C2) up to tridecyl alcohol (C13), either as a straight chain or with some branching.)

While we don’t know what their health effects are for sure, some studies have found a possible connection between phthalates and disrupted hormone levels. What’s surprising to so many parents is that we don’t have good safety testing for a lot of the chemicals we use every day, we don’t really know what they might be doing to our children.

Tips for Child-Safe Cleaning

There are lots of good ways to practice child-safe cleaning. Keeping your child in good health and your home clean doesn’t mean you need to go crazy scrubbing every doorknob.

Here are a few tips.

Choose safer household cleaners. Experts say that you should look for household cleaners that are less caustic and friendlier to both the environment and the body. Look for “green” and “nontoxic” cleaners, or products that say, “petroleum-free,” “biodegradable,” “phosphate-free,” “VOC-free,” or “solvent-free.”

Less is more.

Many household cleaners can be diluted with water and clean quite effectively. Diluting a cleaner is an easy way of making it less harsh and better for child-safe cleaning. People often assume that better household cleaners will cost more. Here’s where diluting a cleaner has another benefit. If you’re diluting a cleaning product and using less of it each time, you could really save money.

Skip the antibacterial soap.

Despite the popularity of antibacterial soaps, plain old soap and water will get the germs off just as well. Antibacterial soap not only contains chemicals you don’t need, but in the long term it may increase the risk of creating tougher, resistant bacteria.

Don’t use spray-on carpet cleaners.

According to experts, chemical carpet cleaners contain a lot of ingredients that can become trapped in a carpet. For child-safe cleaning, use a steam cleaner with water and no detergent.

Make your own cleaning agents.

Yes, it might sound a bit Little House on the Prairie, but it’s actually easy to make your own household cleaners. What’s the advantage? You know exactly what’s going in them. You can make a good kitchen cleaner out of baking soda and a little soap. Diluted vinegar is good for cleaning windows.

Make sure others understand your cleaning regimen.

If you have help at home — like a babysitter or a cleaning service — make sure that they understand your approach to child-safe cleaning. Show them the household cleaners you use and how and when you would use them.

Stop dirt from getting in the house.

Make sure that you wipe your feet as you come in the house — it will keep out dirt as well as any contaminants from outside. Better yet, take off your shoes as you come in the house. The floor won’t get as dirty and you can clean less often.

Don’t clean with the kids in the room.

When you’re a harried parent, it’s tempting to multitask — to spray cleaner on the table while your baby is having snack. It’s much better to use household cleaners without your child in the room. Make sure to ventilate it before your kid comes back in.

When you first shift to child-safe cleaning, there’s one thing you might miss: that clean smell. But what needs to be pointed out, is the fact that what you used to smell wasn’t really “clean” anyway.

That smell is just chemically produced, Real clean doesn’t have a scent.

Adopting a child-safe cleaning routine might not keep your house as fresh-smelling as an (artificial) pine forest or lemon grove. It might not keep your bathroom as antiseptic as an operating room.

But it could have real health benefits for your kids, both now and in the future.

 

 

 

Redgum Cleaning Company uses eco-friendly, chemical free cleaning agents that are made from natural ingredients and produced by a local Central Coast company.

If you would like to speak with us regarding cleaning your home or Office, please feel free to contact us on – (02) 8006 1356 or use our contact page and send us a message. You may already know what you want, in this case please go to our Booking page.

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